New Cordoba Ukes at Summer NAMM 2016

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.

(Company website)