|Product Dimensions||116.84 x 20.32 x 45.72 cm; 1.36 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||GUCLCOR-05048|
|Neck Material Type||Cedar|
|Number of Strings||6|
|Item Weight||1.36 kg|
Cordoba Dolce 7/8 Size Acoustic Nylon String Classical Guitar
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|Top material type||Cedar|
|Back material type||Mahogany|
|Neck material type||Cedar|
About this item
- Solid Canadian cedar top
- Mahogany back and sides
- Lightweight, 7/8 size classical
- 50mm nut width
- Savarez Cristal Corum strings in High Tension, 500CJ
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Slightly smaller than a standard guitar (7/8 size, 630mm scale length), the Dolce is great guitar for anyone looking for a lightweight, comfortable, and easy playing instrument. It is built with the traditional Spanish fan bracing, a solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides. To adjust the string height on this guitar, use the truss rod that is included in the neck.
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Now the guitar itself is a marvel, it's well finished and well balanced to play as most Cordoba's are. The sound is very good for a small guitar. The sound across all string is very even which is nice, and it has a warm sound with the Saverz strings. For comparison the C5 is a bit more 'Bassey' with clear trebles (When payed with normal tension strings). The Dolce by comparison has the same tone and good sustain for this level of guitar. The Dolce is basically 5mm smaller in all body measurements, and it does feel smaller.... but in a good way.
I expect the sound to changes a bit when I switch to lower tension strings, I normally play low tension basses and normal tension trebles (something like Augustine Blacks) .
This is a nice surprise in a small package.
I've been playing guitar for over 30 years, and my fingers are getting creaky, so this guitar allows me to play challenging pieces with less pain. I can wholeheartedly recommend this guitar for older players with arthritis issues, players with smaller hands, or anyone who just wants a nice small-body guitar that sacrifices little to nothing in terms of playability, loudness, and tone.