With its C-shaped mahogany neck and radiused fretboard, the Stage handles more like a semi-hollow electric than a traditional classical or flamenco guitar.
Review: The Hill Guitar Company Companion Is an Exemplary Parlor-Sized Crossover Nylon-String Guitar
The Hill Guitar Company Companion is designed to be a professional-quality travel instrument for a classical guitarist or a crossover guitar for the steel-string player.
For those wanting to add some nylon-string flavors to their sound, crossover guitars make the leap from steel-string a little bit easier, and the new Córdoba Fusion 5 is a great option that’s affordable and fun to play.
Parlor-sized with an L.R. Baggs pickup system, Lowden's WL-35 Jazz nylon-string guitar is an excellent fit for steel-string guitarists looking to expand their palette.
Review: New World Guitars P640S FS Nylon-String Guitar is an Affordable, Acoustic-Electric Kenny Hill–Designed Instrument
The New World Guitars P640S FS nylon-string guitar is an extremely well made guitar & great choice for steel-string guitarists looking to expand their sonic palette.
Yamaha's CG-TA TransAcoustic guitar is the company's first nylon-stringed model in its popular TransAcoustic lineup of guitars, which include built-in effects.
The Mini II, a new instrument by Cordoba, is a nice example of a miniature nylon-string that’s easy to play—and easy on the wallet
It’s striking just how superior today’s budget nylon-string options are compared to my lame starter guitar. Here's a list of 7 nylon-string guitars under $500.
The CL81S is a straightforward classical guitar built with skill and care
Five new nylon-string guitar models at several price points that together deliver the something-for-everyone promise.
The GK Pro is an upgrade of Córdoba’s popular GK Studio Gipsy Kings Signature Model
Review: Takamine P3FCN is a Nylon-String Hybrid with a Decidedly Modern Feel and Onboard Electronics
This guitar sounds as handsome as it looks and plays virtually effortlessly
The ACS-SA/USB is about as easy to use as it gets, giving a convenient way to plug into a computer and get ideas down quickly with a pro-level sound and feel.
The most obvious departure from Taylor’s steel-string grand auditorium design is the wider neck