The Cordoba 32T Tenor Ukulele with Case is completely handmade with a premium solid European spruce top and solid Indian rosewood back and sides.
The 32T belongs to Cordoba's new 30 series, a premium line of boutique, all-solid tenor ukuleles approached from a classical or Spanish guitar building perspective. Most notably, Cordoba is using an integrated neck joint or "Spanish Heel" instead of a traditional dovetail joint to join the body and neck of the ukulele. This method of construction offers a lighter weight and more stable heel joint that increases resonance and is less prone to movement as the ukulele ages. Cordoba collaborated with renowned luthier Pepe Romero Jr. on the 30 series, adopting Romero's vision of building ukuleles as if they are small guitars using traditional Spanish building methods. The result is an incredibly lightweight tenor ukulele with a deeper and wider body, featuring a Spanish heel neck joint, fan bracing, and a wider fingerboard for easy playability.
Cordoba 32T Tenor Ukulele with Case Features:
- Solid Sitka Spruce Top
- Solid Indian Rosewood Back and Sides
- Rosewood Binding and Bridge
- Abalone Rosette
- Hand-Rubbed Polyurethane Finish
- Rosewood Fingerboard and Neck
- Black TUSQ Nut and Saddle
- Grover Chrome Tuning Machines with Black Buttons
- D'Addario Nyltech
- Includes Cordoba Polyfoam Case
The 32T tenor uke appeals to the player looking for the darker and more dynamic tone that is typically associated with solid rosewood back and sides. The 32T also features a solid Sitka spruce top for added clarity, along with a beautiful rosewood bridge, binding, and fingerboard. The styling is refined and sleek, using Abalone for the inlaid rosette and rosewood for the binding, capped off with Cordoba's signature elevated headstock with a figured Acacia overlay. The finish is a hand rubbed Nitrocellulose lacquer, applied as thin as possible for maximum resonance. Other features include a black TUSQ nut and saddle, chrome Grover tuners, D'Addario Nyltech strings, and a Cordoba poly foam case.