Upscale C models from Iberia series offer a choice between spruce and cedar as sound board options. Cedar offers a more traditional vibe and approach of classical finger picking. On the other hand, European spruce offers more modern and adventurous feel. Proven on steel stringers, spruce is entering the nylon-string domain. Both of them are bound in Indian rosewood binding. Besides spruce and cedar, which are optional, regular tone woods of C10 are rosewood, mahogany and ebony. Rosewood is used for back and side panels of the body and comes solid. All tone woods on this one are solid. Also, rosewood is used for the classical bridge installed on this model. Mahogany is used only for the neck. Ebony fingerboard is equipped with regular set of 19 frets without position inlays.
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