Cordoba Guitars are renowned for their exquisite acoustics and acoustic-electrics. Both nylon and steel-stringed guitars from this manufacturer enjoy an enviable reputation. Even though the full sized nylon stringers remain the corner stone of the catalog, Cordoba is developing their own division of ukes and travel guitars. Ukuleles and short-scaled guitars are enjoying a boom these years, and Cordoba rides high on the wave. La Playa Travel kicks off with a classically shaped body made of mahogany back and sides and cedar top. The top features black binding and braided wood sound hole rosette. There are no pickguards available for this model. It only comes in natural color with satin finish. The bridge is made of rosewood and features classical shape with classical string mounts. In the electronics department, this model features a piezo pickup and Cordoba 2B preamp. The neck on this model is made of cedar and features a dovetail joint at the 12th fret. The fingerboard is made of nato wood and features 19 frets with 1.77" wide composite string nut. Scale is shorter and measures 23-1/4" in length. Silver tuning pegs and D`Addario strings complete the specs list for La Playa Travel.
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