Meet the Newest Additions to the Córdoba Family!

You spoke and we listened–our popular Mini is now available in a new size!

Our new Mini II features a larger scale length (580mm, 22 7/8″) and comes tuned to E, rather than the original Mini’s A tuning. Before this new option, we offered a special Cordoba pack of E strings for your Mini, however, we believe this solution left a slight compromise in tone. Now with the larger scale length, the Mini II removes that barrier and makes jamming with friends in standard E a breeze. No need for transcribing chords or using capos! We kept the crossover-feeling neck (48mm), providing the same, familiar, full-size guitar playability we all love.

Available in three tonewood combinations, the Mini II is just big enough to provide a robust tone, but still compact enough to bring along on all of your adventures.

Want to learn more? See all the Mini II has to offer here. Keep scrolling to hear the Mini II FMH in action.

Córdoba Mini ll FMH Flamed Mahogany Demo

PS: Don’t worry if you are a Mini OG, the original Mini is still here to stay!

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