In today's comparison we invite you to see how the Cordoba Dolce 7/8 Size stacks up against the Yamaha CG182C. There is a lot more to this sort of decision than price, so we see if we can help you decide which is best for your needs. If you would like to see more product comparisons and reviews in this category, click here.
Everyone has different preferences, and we hope our frank reviews will make your decision easier. First, we will take a look at the Cordoba Dolce 7/8 Size.
Next let's have a look at the Yamaha CG182C. This Yamaha guitar is special. When purchasing this product you have two options to choose from. You can choose for the top to be made of cedar or spruce wood. The fingerboard is made from ebony and the bridge from rosewood. These materials give the guitar a very original honey and chocolate that makes it stand out from the crowd.
As with all Yamaha instruments, this classical guitar is built to last, with the construction sturdy enough to withstand years of use. It's designed to appeal to guitarists of all levels, and the sound is so good that you can grow with the instrument and not feel that it holds you back, which is sometimes an issue with low-price, beginner guitars.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Cordoba Dolce 7/8 Size||Yamaha CG182C|
| + Full, mellow sound|
+ Fantastic intonation
+ Gorgeous appearance
| + Solid build|
+ Resonant sound
+ Appealing design
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|This guitar delivers powerful profection, a rich, mellow sound, and it is very affordable too. The lightweight hollow body of the guitar is perfect for transporting it, and the Savarez strings will help to ensure that you don't need to retune it every time you pick it up. It's a lovely, budget-priced classical guitar that we can highly recommend.||It’s easy to see why this guitar is so popular around the world. It’s a solid, authentic instrument that performs exceptionally well and is perfect for any beginner or experienced players who want a cheap guitar to practice with or take on holiday.|
You might also be interested in Music Critic's in-depth article on this topic, The Highest Rated Classical Guitars for under 500 Dollars.