Cort courts djent players with a multi-scale seven-string, with totally brutal tone and a cool poplar burst finish
This striking new electric is built for speed. Go through its tones, specs and features with Paul Riario
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.
Cort's new MR720F acoustic-electric prominently features EvoRose, the company's own alternative to rosewood.
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.
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