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C10 Crossover Nylon String — List: $1,305.00 Street: $999.99

Guitars & Gear Live: Sweetwater's Mitch Gallagher demos the Cordoba C10 Crossover Nylon String

  • Cordoba C10 Crossover Nylon String

The handmade C10 is one of the staple models in the Luthier series, and is now available with a slimmer neck! The C10 Crossover features a 48mm nut width, radiused fingerboard, and hand-carved mahogany neck with a thinner profile- perfect for the guitarist who loves the sound and look of the traditional C10, but prefers the feel of a steel string or electric guitar. It features a solid European spruce top with solid Indian rosewood back and sides for a sweet, warm tone.  Like all models in the Luthier Series, the C10 Crossover offers the vintage elegance of a hand-inlaid mother-of-pearl rosette inspired by a 1920s Domingo Esteso design. Other notable features of the C10 Crossover include its black and gold tuning machines, and adjustable truss rod. Comes with a hardshell Cordoba humidified archtop case.

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