CustomAxe
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Join date: Mar 2008
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#1
Snagged a really beautiful Cordoba C7 CE today. The neck is wild on this one, almost looks like "flamed mahogany" if such a thing exists. I've always wanted a decent classical but I don't play enough of that style to merit a $1000+ purchase. Snagged this one for just under $500 and I really love it. Thing is brand spankin' new with the gig bag. Sounds great unplugged, and pretty great plugged in too thanks to the fishman preamp.





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patticake
Acoustic Goddess
Join date: Jun 2009
2,885 IQ
#2
congrats! i'm a big fan of cordobas - good bang for the buck, great sound. and that neck looks awesome
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CustomAxe
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Join date: Mar 2008
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#3
Thanks, I'm loving it. Of course now I find out that there's a limited edition koa one (koa being one of my favorite woods)! But still, loving it.
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patticake
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Join date: Jun 2009
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#4
if the koa guitar is a similar price to this one, chances are it was only koa veneer over another wood.
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La Fin Du Monde
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Join date: Nov 2011
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#6
Many purists would disagree with that guitar being a 'real' classical guitar due to having cut-aways and pickups.

Regardless, it looks quite lovely and unique. Also, I believe you got yourself a decent enough of a deal. Congrats!
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#7
cool stuff congratz

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