The handmade C12 features the vintage elegance of a hand-inlaid mother-of-pearl rosette inspired by a 1920's Domingo Esteso design and a beautiful flamed maple wedge on its solid Indian rosewood back. Modern design elements also include a lattice braced top and raised fingerboard for easy playability when accessing upper frets. This model has a solid European spruce with Indian rosewood back and sides. Other notable features of the C12 include its black-and-gold tuning machines, ebony fingerboard and adjustable truss rod.
Top: Solid European spruce
Back & Sides: Solid Indian rosewood with flamed maple wedge
Binding/Bridge: Maple binding/Indian rosewood bridge
Purfling/Inlay: 6-ply colored wood top purfling, 3-ply maple and ebony back and side purfling
Rosette: Mother-of-pearl and ebony "Esteso" weave
Finish: High-gloss PU
Neck/Fingerboard: Mahogany neck/ebony fingerboard/ Traditional (Classical) Style Neck
Truss Rod: Yes
Scale Length: 650mm (25.6")
Nut Width: 52mm (2.04")
Fret Marker Inlays: Mother-of-pearl at 5, 7, 9
Number of Frets: 12 to body, 19 total
Bracing/Build: Lattice Bracing
Body Width & Length: 290mm (11.4") at upper bout, 370mm (14.6") at lower bout
Body Depth: 95mm (3.7") at upper bout, 97mm (3.8") at lower bout
Tuning Machines: Cordoba Premium Gold Tuning Machines
Strings: Savarez Cristal Corum in High Tension 500CJ
Comes with a hardshell Cordoba humidified archtop case
The certified techs found no flaws or issues. It has no issues and it has little to no play wear. It looks, plays and sounds great! The actual item for sale is shown in the photographs.
(Unlike most refurbished guitars that we sell as described under more info below, this guitar still has its original Serial Numbers)
We are an authorized dealer for brand approved manufacturer refurbished guitars and musical instruments. These guitars are sent directly from the manufacturer or distributor to the authorized refurbishing center where they are fully inspected, set up and cleared by a certified technician. The guitars are sent there for many reasons, including: cosmetic flaws, minor repairs, surplus & discontinued or last years models. The guitars are given a new serial number and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" or "2nd" by the authorized refurbishing center. These guitars are the next best thing to buying new!