I should have made this months ago. Anyways here's my Cordoba GK studio limited. specs: Binding/Bridge: Maple binding/Indian rosewood bridge Purfling/Inlay: 3-ply maple and ebony top purfling Rosette: All-natural inlaid wood mosaic Finish: High gloss polyurethane Neck Neck Shape: Electric Nut Width: 50mm (1.96") Fingerboard: Rosewood Neck: Mahogany Truss Rod: Two-way adjustable, 4mm Scale Length: 650mm (25.6") Number of Frets 12 to body, 19 total String Spacing at Saddle: 59mm Fret Marker Inlays: Mother-of-pearl at 3, 5, 7, 9, 12 Electronics Pickup/preamp: Yes Brand: Fishman Presys Blend Configuration: Undersaddle piezo Preamp EQ: 4-Band Feedback Filter: Phase Tuner: Yes Other Nut/Saddle: Bone Tuning Machines: Cordoba Tuning Machines C7, GK Special features: Spanish fan bracing, Flamenco style build, cutaway electric, Savarez Cristal Corum in High Tension 500C Strings, Tap Plate/Pickguard Clear Spanish golpeador Number of Strings: 6 Case: Cordoba gig bag Quality: everything on it is great except for it had kind of sharp fret ends when I got it (which I filed down, no biggie). Good resonance/sustain. No finish marks on it when I got it. No fret buzzing. The Ziricote looks amazing. Gig bag is decently padded, though I'm going to order a hard case pretty soon. Sound: https://www.instagram.com/p/BVVReZ6gPb-/?hl=en Not as bright as my other flamenco guitar, but still brighter than my classical guitar. The fishman pickup really makes it sound awesome, though I don't have any clips of it right now. Came with savarez strings, which were a lot more mellow than the La Bella strings I normally use.