Cordoba Torres

Brand: Cordoba

Cordoba Torres

Brand: Cordoba

The Córdoba Torres is the culmination of centuries of classical guitar making, largely inspired by the work of the great luthier Antonio de Torres but with modern design elements that make this guitar accessible to guitarists today. Original Torres guitars are know for their surprisingly huge sound, despite their small and lightweight frames. The Córdoba Torres carries on this legacy with its big voice and shortened scale length, and is based on a specific 1856 Torres with a 24.8” body size and 640mm scale length.

Made in USA

**This Guitar is a SPECIAL ORDER Model**


  • Back & Sides Wood: Solid Indian Rosewood
  • Case: Cordoba Deluxe Humidified Archtop Wood Case (Torres/Esteso) Included Made in USA
  • Style: Classical Nylon String
  • Top Wood: Solid Engelmann Spruce

Master Series

Body Top Solid Engelmann Spruce
Upper Bout Width 257mm (10 1/8″)
Lower Bout Width 349mm (13 3/4″)
Body Depth Upper Bout 90mm (3 1/2″)
Body Depth Lower Bout 95mm (3 3/4″)
Body Length 473mm (18 5/8″)
Overall Length 965mm (38″)
Soundhole Diameter 84mm (3 1/3″)
Top Bracing Pattern 1856 Torres 7 Fan
Back and Sides Wood Solid Indian Rosewood
Top Binding Indian Rosewood
Rosette All Wood Torres Design
Top Purfling Inlay Maple and Black Rope Pattern
Side Purfling Inlay Maple and Black
Bridge Material Indian Rosewood
Saddle Material Bone
Scale Length 640mm (25 1/4″)
Neck Material Spanish Cedar
Fingerboard Material Ebony
Nut Width 51mm (2″)
Nut Material Bone
Truss Rod Dual Action
Truss Rod Wrench 4mm Allen Key
Neck Thickness 1st Fret 21mm
Neck Thickness 9th Fret 24mm
Frets Total 19
Tuning Machines Cordoba Master Series Matte Gold with Black Buttons
Neck Shape C Shape
Finish Nitrocellulose Lacquer
Color Natural (NAT)
Tap Plate No
Strings Savarez Cristal Corum High Tension 500CJ
Included Case Cordoba Deluxe Humidified Archtop Wood Case – Torres/Esteso

Due to ongoing product development efforts, specifications are subject to change without notice.

The Torres Story

Why Torres?

Antonio de Torres was one of the most important guitar makers of the 19th century, building between the early 1850s and 1892. As a Stradivarius violin is revered among violinists, a Torres guitar is prized and collected among guitarists. Torres innovated a body shape, bracing pattern, soundboard arch, and other design elements that were revolutionary for his time, transforming the guitar into a much louder and resonant instrument with more projection than any guitar that had come before it. Not only are Torres guitars the elite standard by which most classical guitars are compared to today, but most modern steel string acoustic guitar designs are traceable to the Torres lineage.

Cordoba’s Approach

Córdoba embarked on designing the Córdoba Torres by examining three authentic Torres guitars from the inside out. With a goal of understanding the essence of this iconic guitar, we studied wood thickness, bracing designs, material choices, wood grains, and vibration patterns. The combination of Córdoba’s own luthiers’ expert hands, trained eyes, and intuitive ears lead to an examination that was part science and part feel. After listening to and playing these guitars for hours on end, Córdoba fully analyzed the balance, resonance and response of each Torres to fully inform their own design choices.


Handmade in Córdoba’s small, boutique workshop in California, the Torres features a narrower nut width and slightly narrower neck, making it extremely comfortable to play. The Córdoba Torres is built with a solid Engelmann spruce top and solid Indian rosewood back and sides. The neck is Spanish cedar, topped with an African ebony fingerboard. Breaking the Torres tradition, modern refinements such as a truss rod, geared tuning machines and a breathable nitrocellulose finish make this a guitar for contemporary players. A hardshell humidified archtop case is included.