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Old 12-17-2018, 10:05 AM
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So, how do you like the Cordoba Fusion?
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So, how do you like the Cordoba Fusion?
I actually returned it. The guitar sounded great but I realized a couple of things after I got it. First and most important it didnít sound better than my Guild mark 4. So that means Iíd probably just play it on gigs. Also, I bought the fusion because in had a mic and blend feature but when I used the mic I got lots of feedback. So I thought that if Iím mainly going to be playing it on gigs and with the piezo pickup a less expensive version would do just fine. I ordered the Mini 2 for $225. With that one I can also use it for teaching lessons because itís so easy to transport. Iím guessing when I plug it in there wonít be a huge difference from the Fusion. Thatís what Iím hoping anyway.
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Old 12-20-2018, 08:35 AM
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Good luck with your purchase,

I can't speak highly enough of the Taylor 514ce Nyl

I plodded through a few nylons (Takamine, Yamaha, MR (Manuel Rodriquez) none of them stuck. Intonation issues mostly..

Then I decided to go with this Taylor, and my search for a great nylon string guitar ended that day.

I did have to work a bit to get the ES on the nylon string to be balanced with all strings, but once I solved that it's been fantastic.
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Old 12-23-2018, 02:55 PM
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So I ended up with the Cordoba mini II. Sounds great plugged in and fun to play. Obviously it doesnít have the acoustic sound of a full size guitar but it seems to suit my needs. And under $250 seems good. I will say Iím a fan of parlor guitars in general so that may explain a little.
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Old 12-23-2018, 03:13 PM
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I've had one a year and a half - great little guitar IMHO

Cocobolo back & sides
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Machines are OK but I'm replacing them as well as the bridge and nut to bone .

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Old 12-25-2018, 12:06 AM
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Ran into one of these at a local shop. I was impressed with the quality and it sounded pretty darn good.
I had read this review in Classical Guitar Magazine which was favorable:
http://classicalguitarmagazine.com/g...sical-guitars/

Personally I am not a fan of 1-7/8" nut width but otherwise a pretty impressive guitar.
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