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The 14 Maple is a solid top, cutaway electro guitar from Cordoba's Fusion line. The purpose of this series is to offer a nylon-strung guitar to a player that prefers a thinner neck profile than a traditional classical guitar and also sports a 16" radiused fingerboard.
The top of the guitar is made from solid spruce and features flamed maple back and sides. The flamed maple not only looks beautiful but it also gives a very snappy and responsive touch to guitar; ideal for getting notes and chords to jump out. As mentioned, the guitar features a slim neck and the nut width is 48mm as opposed to a more traditional 50.8mm. The neck joins the body at the 14th fret. This will further aid the guitar in feeling familiar to acoustic steel-string players. The bridge is also shifted forward to increase the ease of playabilty; combined with the exposed higher frets, this guitar is great for playing melodies and lead lines on.
This guitar is an excellent balance between traditional woods combined and modern design. The rosette is wooden and hand-inlaid, the body is bound with a gloss-finish - this all amounts to tremendous value for money. The guitar also includes Fishman's Presys Blend pickup system. This is fantastic as it combines an under saddle piezo with an internal microphone that can be blended in. This will help re-create a natural sound without having to use an external mic.
As a flamed maple guitar varies so much in appearance from piece to piece, buying from Peach means you can see the exact guitar you are getting thanks to our in-house studio photography.