I have found Alhambra's to have a nice warm and full sound to them. The Cordoba's also lean in this direction, but Alhambra's more so. This can make them more forgiving, but may be perceived as muddy while lacking that sparkle in the trebles. It all really depends on the taste and preferences of the player. It also depends on which models you'll be trying. Either way, they are quite good value for the money.
Since you get to try them in person, my opinion doesn't really matter. Bring your current guitar with you and compare them side by side.
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