Some of Cort's finest axes get taken for a dizzying spin
From updated classics to modern single- and double-cuts, signature models and seven-strings, here are the guitars that give you the most bang for your buck
The guitar features a swamp ash body, a flamed maple top and a birds-eye maple neck and fingerboard.
A 3/4-sized version of the company's Gold-D6 dreadnought, the Gold Mini features a solid mahogany back, sides and neck.
The Gold-P6 features solid mahogany sides, a Macassar ebony pyramid bridge and a slightly wider nut width for easier fingerstyle playing.
Cort says its new CR300 is for guitarists who want PAF ("Patent Applied For") tone without the accompanying price tag.
This new addition to the GB7 series meets 21st-century demand by combining a proven body and bridge design with enhanced electronics, machine heads and more.