Cordoba Cuatro

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Product Description

The Cordoba Cuatro is popular for its simplistic design and compact size, and is a versatile instrument fit for all styles and varieties of music. The Cuatro has a solid European spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a mahogany tap plate. It is tuned to the D-G- B-E like a baritone ukulele.

Inspired by South American string instruments, the Cuatro looks like it would naturally belong in the ukulele family. Despite the fact that it has four strings like a uke, this Venezuelan instrument has a distinct sound of its own, tending to serve as the rhythmic and harmonic base. For this reason, the Cordoba Cuatro has a mahogany tap plate built seamlessly onto the spruce top.

Cuatro Tuning
Traditionally the Cuatro is tuned to the standard A-D-F#-B but the Cordoba Cuatro is tuned to D-G-B-E like a baritone ukulele. Consequently, the same fingering can be used to shape the chords, but it produces a different inversion of each chord.

Product Specifications
Cordoba Cuatro Specifications
  • Top: Solid Spruce Top
  • Back and Sides: Mahogany
  • Binding/Bridge: Rosewood bridge
  • Rosette: All natural wood inlaid
  • Finish: Satin (matte) finish, natural color
  • Neck/Fingerboard: Mahogany Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard
  • Scale Length: 514mm (20.25 in.)
  • Nut Width: 37mm
  • Fret Marker Inlays: Markers on the 3, 5, 7, 9, 12 on the neck
  • Nut/Saddle: Composite
  • Number of Frets: 14 frets total
  • Body Width: 174mm at upper bout / 255mm at lower bout
  • Body Length: 800mm (31.5 in.) in total length
  • Body Depth: 70mm at upper bout / 79mm at lower bout
  • Turning Machines: Nickel Tuning Machines
  • Strings: Aquila Baritone ukulele treble strings / D'Addario wound bass strings
  • Tap Plate/Pick Guard: Mahogany
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