Classical Guitar Magazine reviewed the new, Córdoba F7 Paco in their Summer 2015 issue. Author Adam Perlumtter had a number of good things to say about the guitar, and we wanted to share a few of them with you!
“The guitar’s cedar soundboard and rosewood back and sides–as opposed to the more common choices of cedar and cypress or sycamore–seem to give it a warm, rounded sound that lends itself to the classical repertoire. And its modest street price, at just over $500, further sweetens the deal.”
On the F7 Paco’s construction:
“The F7 Paco might not be a fine concert instrument, but it’s nicely built. Its 19 frets are cleanly seated and polished; its bone nut slotted with precision. The glossy polyurethane finish doesn’t feel overly thick and is very cleanly buffed.”
“What’s clear is that Córdoba’s F7 Paco is a smart choice for the guitarist looking to delve into flamenco without investing in an expensive instrument. As a bonus, it’s a versatile guitar that works guite well in other contexts. But perhaps most important, it’s great fun to play.”
Thanks for all the love, Classical Guitar! Have you checked out the F7 Paco yet? Find a Córdoba dealer near you today and try out this guitar for yourself!