Esteso is the most recent addition to Cordoba`s upscale Master Series` lineup. It is a nylon-stringed classical guitar (like the vast majority of Cordoba guitars) with a non-cutaway body, 25-3/5" scale, classical tuners and no electronics. Esteso starts off with body made of solid palo escrito (back and sides) and solid spruce or cedar top (depends on the player`s choice). Bracing underneath the top is 1931 Esteso five-fan bracing. The neck on this gorgeous Cordoba is made of Spanish cedar and features the classical contour in the back. It is topped with a 19-fret ebony fingerboard. Flat-radiused fingerboard features a 2.04" bone nut, classical frets and side dot markers. Fixed rosewood bridge and Cordoba`s own Master series tuners complete the specs list.


Esteso Full Specs

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Body Shape Classic Acoustic
Body Type Hollowbody
Body Construction Acoustic
Binding Maple (Flame)
Body Wood Palo Escrito
Body Top Wood Spruce
Body Top Wood Cedar
Neck Wood Cedar
Neck Shape Classical
Neck Joint Dovetail
Neck Joint Glued In
Fingerboard Material Ebony
Number of Frets 19
Fret Size Classical
Fingerboard Inlays Side dot
Bridge Rosewood
Hardware Gold
Number of Strings 6
Tuners Classical
String Nut Bone
Scale Length 25-3/5"
Nut Width 2.04"
Fingerboard Radius Flat
Finish Gloss

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Body Shape
Classic Acoustic
Classic Acoustic
Body Type
Hollowbody
Hollowbody
Body Construction
Acoustic
Acoustic
Binding
Maple (Flame)
Indian Rosewood
Body Wood
Palo Escrito
Rosewood
Body Top Wood
Cedar/Spruce
Cedar
Neck Wood
Cedar
Cedar
Neck Shape
Classical
Classical
Neck Joint
Dovetail/Glued In
Glued In
Fingerboard Material
Ebony
Ebony
Number of Frets
19
19
Fret Size
Classical
Classical
Fingerboard Inlays
Side dot
Side dot
Bridge
Rosewood
Fixed
Hardware
Gold
Gold
Number of Strings
6
6
Tuners
Classical
Classical
String Nut
Bone
Bone
Scale Length
25-3/5"
25-3/5"
Nut Width
2.04"
2.04"
Fingerboard Radius
Flat
Flat
Finish
Gloss
Gloss
1 User Review

michaeledward64 on 2016-12-21 16:00:09

I've had my Esteso for about six months. I have played it daily, with one short vacation break. I like it more and more each day. I tried Augustine Blues, but they tended to buzz. The Factory Savarez sound better, and provide a bit more tension (apparently). I will continue to try different strings, but for the moment, the factory choice is excellent. The back of the neck is a softer wood than I expected. In attempting to make some fingering choices, I managed to have my thumbnail put a couple of small dents in the wood. It is a little bit annoying.. but, I did it to myself. The coolest part of the guitar is the binding. The maple binding is excellent. Before choosing my cedar top Esteso. I played it in the same room as the Cordoba Rodriguez, Cordoba Torres, and the Esteso Spruce Top, as well as the Cordoba C12. Price was not a factor in my purchase decision. The Cedar Esteso was the best sounding to my ear ... that it was much less expensive than the Rodriguez was bonus.

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