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- Solid mahogany top
- Mahogany back and sides
- Rosewood bridge and fingerboard
- Natural satin finish
- Aquila Nylgut Tenor strings (GCEA)
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 29 x 17 in||3 x 26 x 8 in||10.5 x 27.5 x 4 in||6 x 30 x 15 in||9 x 3 x 23 in||29.53 x 29.13 x 11.02 in|
The Cordoba 20TM is a tenor size ukulele that features a solid mahogany top and mahogany back and sides. The natural wood pattern rosette and satin finish make this a truly beautiful instrument for the both beginners and ukulele enthusiasts alike.
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I play both Cordobas and Lanikais (I'm on a budget! :) ), and here's what I see as the difference: the Lanikais in the comparable price range are simple little workhorses -- they sound pretty good and pretty loud for the price, they stand up well to abuse, and they aren't terribly fancy. The Cordobas in this series are a lot more stylish and are more attractively built -- they're less sturdy (often not as deep in the body as the Lanikais) and not as loud, but the sound is richer and more complex.
The nuts and saddle are made of synthetic material, I wish they would have used real bone like they did in the 22TM. The saddle is not compensated (unlike, again, the 22TM) and it makes the 3rd string sharp at the 12th fret (it starts to get sharp starting at fret 8th). The other strings have very good intonation. It comes with Aquila Nylgut strings and the tuners are cheaper than in the 22TM (actually one of them has a rough feeling, different from the others). I don't understand why they put those cheaper components (tuning pegs, uncompensated composite saddle) in the 20TM compared to the 22TM as both ukes are within the same price range, and they complement each other in sound and looks (I'm actually glad I have them both).
Currently, It does not come with a gig bag.
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Good little ukulele for anyone who either knows how to play or is just...Read more