Cordoba sales manager Ryan Cooper showed off additions to the company’s most popular line, the 15 series, plus new wood choices for the ukulele-like Mini-Guitar.
The Cordoba 15TM is a tenor version of the company’s best-selling all-mahogany line. The soprano and concert have been the company’s best-seller and now they stretched the lineup to include a tenor. It’s priced the same as the company’s concert, $99.
The Cordoba 15CM-E adds a pickup and a vintage-y burst matte-finish to the company’s popular mahogany concert ukulele. The pickup’s volume control is inside the soundhole. The 15 CM-E is an affordable $129.
Though not really a ukulele, Cordoba’s Mini line is a cool option for players looking for a familiar feel with an extended range of a six-string. They debuted a cutaway version at the winter NAMM show in January. Now Cordoba launches the Cordoba Mini SM-CE with a solid cedar top, bound in padauk, and with spalted maple back and sides. The SM-CE will street for $329.