The Cordoba Fusion 14 RS Cutaway Nylon-String acoustic-electric is a guitar that embodies construction elements of traditional design along with modern styling, playability, and electronics for an ins... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Cordoba Fusion 14 RS Cutaway Nylon-String acoustic-electric is a guitar that embodies construction elements of traditional design along with modern styling, playability, and electronics for an instrument that is sure to please players of many musical paths. Classic features include a solid European spruce top, rosewood back and sides, ebony fingerboard, fan bracing, slotted headstock, bone nut and saddle, wood inlaid ring-style rosette, and Der Jung silver tuning machines with ebony buttons.
Modern touches include a 21-fret ebony fingerboard with 14 frets open, a cutaway body style for full fingerboard access, narrow 1-7/8" nut width with a thin steel-string neck shape, and Fishman Presys blend electronics that give you the freedom to play at any venue.
Comes with a Cordoba Polyfoam case.
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Comments about Cordoba Fusion 14 RS Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar:
I am very happy with mine. Ebony fretboard is great. Bend is equal on bass and treble sides on mine. I adjusted truss rod and have almost no relief, very straight neck. No buzz. Solid spruce top is nice, very "alive". Tone is Clear and projects well. Mine came with some nice "Bear Claw" pattern others might not like but I do. Laminate rosewood side and back? At this price something has to give. If I had $1250 I would likely get the Concert Pro solid Rosewood back/sides. When you get if you are not used to Nylon string guitars do not freak about the action. 4mm/3mm bass/treble is normal. On the slimmer nut width it is still wide vs acoustic and electric. plenty of room to finger classical style. Looks very beautiful from shape to finish to hardware. I have said the sound and tone is very nice but if mostly going to play unplugged and very upper fret access is less critical the 12th fret cutaway model might be worth considering. The bridge being placed about one bridge space back gives slightly greater resonance.