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muscmp
10-31-2017, 12:08 PM
i'm still a newbie looking to buy. what do you folks think of this? i know cordoba has been around for a while, but i don't know about their ukes.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/stupid?source=3TP5DNB&mscr=2090488_53163

Chopped Liver
10-31-2017, 12:55 PM
i'm still a newbie looking to buy. what do you folks think of this? i know cordoba has been around for a while, but i don't know about their ukes.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/stupid?source=3TP5DNB&mscr=2090488_53163

Check their return policy. If it's a good policy, I say go ahead and try it.

BUT . . . I am no expert . . .

rubykey
10-31-2017, 01:04 PM
Cordoba makes decent ukuleles. They are in the starter beginner cheaper range. After a lot of research I bought a Cordoba for a friend of mine from all strings nylon. (https://allstringsnylon.com/cordoba-20cm-concert-ukulele#product_tabs_reviews)They did free setup and free shipping.
This is an independent shop and he's a luthier by trade and only sells Cordoba for mass-produced instruments. So that's a good endorsement . My friend lives in another state so I didn't get to see the ukulele which is why I chose to ship from someone who would set it up.

That's said you are looking at a solid top mahogany for a great price that includes the gig bag . You may have to pay someone for setup but if you are looking for a tenor size it's a good deal. Of course it's always better to try before you buy but we here on the Underground buy from each other all the time without trying :-)

muscmp
10-31-2017, 01:21 PM
thanks for the responses you ukers!
play music!