Austin Bazaar is an authorized Cordoba dealer.
Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you're at it. A hard case is included so you can keep your instrument safely packed away when you're on the go. An easy-to-use clip-on tuner is included so you can keep your instrument in tune. An Austin Bazaar instructional DVD is included so you can pick up some tips while learning your new instrument. An Austin Bazaar polishing cloth is included so you can keep your new instrument in mint condition.
Cordoba ukuleles capture the charm of traditional Portuguese ornamentation and exotic woods. Completely handmade, the 20TM-CE is a tenor sized ukulele with a solid mahogany top and mahogany back and sides. It features a soft cutaway and Cordoba electronics so that you can plug and play.
Body Top Solid Mahogany
Body Size Tenor Cutaway
Upper Bout Width 175mm (6 7/8")
Lower Bout Width 235mm (9 1/4")
Body Depth Upper Bout 65mm (2 1/2")
Body Depth Lower Bout 80mm (3 1/8")
Body Length 298mm (11 3/4")
Overall Length 660mm (26")
Soundhole Diameter 67mm (2 5/8")
Top Bracing Pattern Fan
Back and Sides Wood Mahogany
Rosette Maple and Ebony Herringbone Pattern
Bridge Material Rosewood
Saddle Material Composite
Scale Length 432mm (17")
Neck Material Mahogany
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlays 4mm Pearloid Dots
Nut Width 35mm (1 3/8")
Nut Material Composite
Neck Thickness 1st Fret 17mm
Neck Thickness 9th Fret 20mm
Frets Total 18
Tuning Machines Cordoba Nickel with Pearl Buttons
Finish Satin Polyurethane
Color Natural (NAT)
Electronics Cordoba Active Ukulele Pickup with 2 Band EQ
Strings Aquila New Nylgut Tenor 10U
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This tenor (high G) uke sounds bright in acoustic mode and I've plugged it into a Fender Acoutasonic 15 and it also sounds very good. The hard case is excellent, as well as the chromatic tuner which is included. If this is your first ukulele, remember that you have to practice every day for several weeks before your fingertips develop calluses, so Don't Give Up. Much better to practice every day for 15 minutes, than once a week for 1.5 hours. You can always try different strings, such as Aquila Red's for high G to see if your fingers feel differently and if you like the sound of that brand better. My advice is not to believe you can learn the instrument by fooling around with random online videos for months. Your learning will proceed faster by choosing an online teacher and following one of their courses at your own pace. Also, if your town or city has a Ukulele Society, please check it out. They usually have monthly meetings where the whole group learns one song during the meeting and plays it together. Check out the Austin Ukulele Society website to see examples of a well-put-together Society. I went to my first meeting last night and there were 200 strong amid lots of laughter and learning. You have chosen a fun instrument to learn!