The Alhambra 3C-A is the big brother of the 1C-A model. The 3C-A has five braces on the inside of the solid top, as opposed to the three braces of the 1C-A. The intricate bracing contributes to a louder and more open sound, with more emphasis on the high-mid frequencies.
The solid top of the Alhambra 3C-A is made from German spruce, a tone wood that is known for its clear and snappy sound. Laminated mahogany was used for the back and sides of the body, and the fingerboard is made out of the finest rosewood.
Both the top and the back are fitted with a stylish binding, and the sound hole rosette is equally pleasing to look at.
The Alhambra 3C-A has a comfortable 650 mm scale and the top nut is 52 mm wide, which ensures a smooth playability. The guitar is covered in a luxury high gloss finish to protect the wood, and the high-quality machine heads guarantee an excellent tuning stability.