Which Córdoba guitars are made in Spain?
It is, and Córdoba does make guitars in Spain (the España Series is made in Valencia), but the majority – the Iberia, Fusion, Luthier and the beginner Protégé series, along with the steel-string Acero guitars – are made in China.
Do Córdoba guitars have truss rods?
All Córdoba guitars come equipped with a lightweight, two-way truss rod that allows you to adjust the amount of relief in your guitar’s neck, or the amount of natural bow in the neck. The neck of your guitar is not supposed to be straight; the optimal amount of relief is between . …
Are Córdoba guitars made in Spain?
Do you need a new nut for a Cordoba guitar?
Because our guitars are each built by hand, each guitar has its own unique requirements for a perfect saddle size and shape. If a new nut or saddle is needed for your guitar, we recommend visiting one of our authorized dealers or a local repair shop where they will be happy to fit a new saddle that is perfect for your specific guitar!
Is it legal to import a Cordoba guitar?
We guarantee that all Cordoba guitars are imported legally, complying to all CITES regulations. You don’t have to worry about CITES unless you decide to sell or trade your guitar abroad. The proper CITES certification will be your responsibility and failure to comply may lead to forfeiture and sometimes destruction of the item.
Where did the Cordoba guitar logo come from?
You are referring to our arches logo, a design that we incorporated onto the headstock of some of our non-traditional and cutaway-electric models. This logo was inspired by the famous red and white double arches in the Mezquita Catedral in Cordoba, Spain.
Which is the best replacement for a Cordoba guitar?
We selected pau ferro as the best replacement for many of our instruments because it shares many properties with rosewood. We guarantee that all Cordoba guitars are imported legally, complying to all CITES regulations. You don’t have to worry about CITES unless you decide to sell or trade your guitar abroad.