Offering the traditional craftsmanship of a Spanish-style concert body acoustic with the contemporary appointments and attractive price tag modern players demand, the Cordoba C5 Classical Guitar brings the best of old and new in one model. Rich and resonant, the C5's solid Canadian cedar top and mahogany sides, back, and neck are complemented by aesthetic touches like a hand-carved headstock and inlaid wood mosaic rosette a guitar that looks as good as it sounds.

Product Specs

  • C5 Classical
  • Natural
  • 2010s
Number of Strings
  • 6 String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

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Reviews for the Cordoba C5 Classical Guitar
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  • C5 Cordoba

    Verified Purchase

    Everything you need, nice action, nice tone. Mine was used and set up nicely. Dave.

  • Fine guitar

    Verified Purchase

    This is a fine guitar even for a more experienced player. I recommend replacing the strings for a more balanced and complete range of tonality. Once I did this, I fell in love with the sound. I did make a truss rod adjustment, but that was a preference only. I don't think you can beat this guitar for true value.

  • Intonation was messed up when i received it although it said Mint condition

    Verified Purchase

    I was a classical guitar teacher in the past- This guitar came with a pretty noticeable intonation problem, and does not stay in tune, anything near the 12th fret on the G,B and E strings is terribly out of tune. I have 5 other guitars and this one is not the way its supposed to be, which i think is…

  • First time purchase with Music Farm, via Reverb

    Verified Purchase

    It was a pleasure dealing with The Music Farm. Very satisfied with my purchase and their customer service. Great product and a great price!

  • A Beautiful Classical Guitar Bargain!

    Verified Purchase

    This lovely looking and sounding Cordoba C5 Iberia Series Classical Guitar is a true bargain. It is very well crafted with a solid-wood Canadian Cedar top and laminate mahogany sides. The action seems a bit high, but although I own many flattop and archtop acoustic guitars, I'm not familiar with th…