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Córdoba Artist Ben Woods Featured in Classical Guitar Magazine

Córdoba artist Ben Woods was recently featured in Classical Guitar‘s most recent interview. We love Ben and all of the amazing demos he’s helped us with over the years! And Classical Guitar writer October Crifasi seems to be a fan as well, writing: “With an impressive list of flamenco and hard-rock collaborations and performances to his credit, Woods has crafted a unique and much sought-after sound and niche for himself, often referred to as ‘flamenco…

Gitarzysta Reviews the Córdoba GK Studio Negra

Polish magazine Gitarzysta recently reviewed the Córdoba GK Studio Negra! Here’s a little excerpt from the article on their overall impressions: “This hand-built guitar of Spanish character can go with both the dynamic genre of flamenco and the more typical classical composition. With good quality sound, above-average comfort, and a very good finish, this is the perfect choice of guitar for more advanced players, as well as beginner guitarists seeking a good…

Guitar Interactive Gives the GK Studio 4 Stars!

Guitar Interactive recently reviewed the GK Studio, and we think it’s safe to say that they were quite impressed. Here are a few of the highlights: First impressions: “Straight from its deluxe gig bag, this handmade thin body Flameno guitar has a stunning natural look, with contrasting wood colours and unique features: from the solid European spruce top to the cypress back and sides. The latter is one of the nicest…

Córdoba Wins “Brand to Watch” Award at Summer NAMM 2013!

Nashville opened up their brand new Music City Center to host the biggest Summer NAMM show in the past five years. With tangible energy and excitement in the air, Cordoba proudly displayed a selection of our newest and finest instruments, including the USA Made Master Series, all solid 30 series ukuleles, and our well-established Luthier and Iberia series. With a steady flow of dealers, artists, magazines, and Cordoba enthusiasts streaming…

Artist to Watch: Geordie Little

If you follow our YouTube or social media accounts, you might have seen this amazing video from German guitarist Geordie Little on the GK Pro Negra a few weeks ago: Play NowCordoba GK Pro Negra Demo by Geordie Little We received such a positive reaction from all of our Córdoba fans (not to mention being quite impressed ourselves) that we couldn’t help but ask such a talented guitarist a few questions about his playing and his Córdoba…

The Ukulele Review Loves the Córdoba Mini!

The new Córdoba Mini has been getting some major love since we debuted it at NAMM this past January, but the praise we’re getting from the team over at Hawaii Music Supply and their Ukulele Review is making us blush! Here’s what reviewer Andrew Kitakis had to say after giving one a spin: The Mini is a 20″ scale, just under 2 inches at the nut, and it feels perfect. The size of the body and…

Classical Guitar Magazine Reviews the F7 Paco!

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! First impressions: “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…

Artist to Watch: Dave Martone

Córdoba artist Dave Martone has been mixing the nylon and electric genres together for decades; along with creating a unique, signature sound, Martone works for the National Guitar Workshop and conducts clinics through Berklee College of Music. He’s about to release his next studio album, Nacimiento, later this month. Since Martone has been playing Córdoba guitars for years, we thought we’d ask him a few questions about his gear, his career,…

José González Talks Recording, Playing and Córdoba Guitars

In this month’s issue of Guitar Player, Swedish indie-folk singer/songwriter José González disucsses his latest album, Vestiges and Claws. González had an interesting approach to the album, opting to do a lot of the work himself: “I decided to produce and mix the album myself so that I could concentrate on making the songs that way. Although I did record a few things in my big studio, I worked on a lot…