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Cordoba GK Studio Acoustic-Electric Nylon String Flamenco Guitar
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      Cordoba GK Studio Acoustic-Electric Nylon String Flamenco Guitar (583151)

The signature guitar of the Gipsy Kings.

With a slightly deeper body than the 55FCE, yet thinner than a standard Spanish guitar, the GK is an extremely comfortable guitar for any player. The tone is bright and snappy, the action is low across the fretboard, and the neck is slightly narrowed. A Fishman Presys Blend with 4 Band EQ and digital tuner pickup system gives the GK Studio a clear and natural tone when amplified. This Gipsy Kings Signature Model comes with a Cordoba gig bag.

Cordoba GK Studio Acoustic-Electric Nylon String Flamenco Guitar Features:

  • Nylon string
    Solid European spruce top
    Cypress back and sides
    Polyurethane finish
    Rosewood fretboard
    Scale: 25.59"
    Nut width: 1.96"
    19 frets
    Fishman Presys Blend System with Tuner and Mic/Piezo Blend
    Strings: Savarez Cristal Corum in High Tension, 500CJ
    Includes Cordoba gig bag

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  • Very Happoy

    As reviewed by Keith on 1/16/2011

    I've had my GK studio for about a month now and love playing it. Initially, I saw, played and really liked the sound of the C5 and C7. I don't know that much about guitar construction, but cordobas seem to weigh about half of what other classical guitars do. I dont know if this weight/build discrepancy is the reason why, but the difference in unplugged sounds between cordobas and everything else in the store was night and day - the other nylon guitars (even more expensive ones) sounded muted in comparison. The reason I ended up going with the GK vs the C5 or C7 was simply playing comfort - I'm coming from a steel string background and the full on classicals felt like a much more noticeable stretch spacing and action wise compared to a steel string. I haven't had any of the problems with the guitar that other people have mentioned. The action out of the box was nice and low, the frets are fine etc. The only thing that I have noticed is that the dark stain they use for the bordering has spread and stained some of the mahogany a tiny bit. This tiny cosmetic flaw doesn't really bother me, but it does make me wonder if Cordoba is struggling with quality control issues like everyone seems to think. I haven't played mine plugged in yet, so I can't speak to that aspect of the guitar. The onboard tuner is sweet tho. Overall I love my guitar and just gave it 4 stars because for $600 I dont think there should be any issues with what you get, and the stain issue just seems like an oversight that shouldn't happen. Everything else on the guitar is pretty flawless and great.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Just play it, you'll hear and feel it

    As reviewed by John Power on 1/24/2012

    I played this guitar at GC and thought Wow ! The action is great, the sound is great. So I started playing every other classical guitar in the room, including the Cordoba C5 & C7, along with a few Yamaha cut-a-ways and several others in the $500 - $1200 and NONE of them compared to the sound or feel of the GK Studio. One of the reviewers here thought it was easier to play bar chords on... Well yeah, the action is that good. So play them all, and I bet you'll come to the same conclusion. I bought it on the spot to replace my old Yamaha G-170A. The electronics are good, although I rarely need amplification in my living room, I did plug into an acoustic amp and it sounded great. The notch filter will stop feedback quite well. The onboard tuner is right on. Its a very light guitar, and I think it has a lot to with its deep tone and bright sound.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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  • Can I Marry It?

    As reviewed by Jose Lion on 10/3/2011

    This is an Awesome guitar, great for any style of playing. Just the smoothness of the guitar makes it feel better than any $1000+ Jose Ramirez or Francisco Navarro. I bought this guitar the instant i played the first note on it, it is simply that amazing.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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