Cordoba’s Most Popular ukulele Model is Now Available in Tenor Size, or with Pickup and Edge Burst Finish
SANTA MONICA, CA – Building on the success of Cordoba’s number one best-selling concert ukulele, the 15CM, Cordoba is excited to present two new options. The 15CM-E is Cordoba’s first that concert ukulele that includes a pickup, and showcases a sleek, subtle edge burst finish.
The 15TM is the tenor sized version of the 15CM, expanding the appeal of this ukulele to players who find the concert size too small to be comfortable. Both models feature the classic combination of mahogany top, back and sides, giving these ukuleles a full, rich sound. The 15CM-E features a user-friendly Cordoba undersaddle pickup with a discreet soundhole mounted volume control, making this a great choice for the player in need of a stage-ready ukulele. Appointments like the abalone-style rosette and cream body and fingerboard binding jazz up the package, setting the 15CM-E and 15TM apart from other models in their price range. Additional features include silver tuners with pearl buttons, and premium Aquila strings. Players of all levels will appreciate the good looks and easy playability of Cordoba’s latest additions to their already stellar lineup of ukuleles.
Mahogany top, back and sides, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, matte edge burst finish, abalone-style rosette, cream body and fingerboard binding, 35mm nut width, 375mm scale length, Aquila Nylgut 7U strings.
Mahogany top, back and sides, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, matte finish, abalone-style rosette, cream body and fingerboard binding, 35mm nut width, 432mm scale length, Aquila Nylgut 10U strings.
Founded in 1997, Cordoba seeks to guide the evolution of acoustic guitars and ukuleles, blending traditional craftsmanship of the early master luthiers with modern developments. Inspired by the organic beauty and honesty of acoustic instruments, every Cordoba is lightweight, responsive, and a direct descendant of the Spanish tradition. Cordoba continues to challenge the definition of the acoustic guitar without sacrificing the authenticity of its heritage. Learn more at www.cordobaguitars.com.
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