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Cort CJCE Custom
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Cort CJCE Custom

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Cort belonging to the CJ series.

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Cort CJCE CustomPublished on 01/11/07 at 03:59
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Guitar bought eight days ago, so it's an opinion, but hot on its use as an opinion rflchi purchase because I had to do more than 10 stores before I find in a real Seller guitar (a luthier ...)

This guitar is one of the "Custom Shop" Cort. It's "hand made". This guitar is made in Korea by .... coren course but driven by ingnieurs Amricains. What I mean is that we find the knowledge of the socity amricain Cort ...

This guitar is solid wood Fully!

For technical dtails:

http://www.cort.co.kr/english/products/acoustics/view.asp?product_id=63 # ( http://www.cort.co.kr/english/products/acoustics/view.asp?product_id=63# )
Namely, the trs lctronique is good quality there are 2......
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Guitar bought eight days ago, so it's an opinion, but hot on its use as an opinion rflchi purchase because I had to do more than 10 stores before I find in a real Seller guitar (a luthier ...)

This guitar is one of the "Custom Shop" Cort. It's "hand made". This guitar is made in Korea by .... coren course but driven by ingnieurs Amricains. What I mean is that we find the knowledge of the socity amricain Cort ...

This guitar is solid wood Fully!

For technical dtails:

http://www.cort.co.kr/english/products/acoustics/view.asp?product_id=63 # ( http://www.cort.co.kr/english/products/acoustics/view.asp?product_id=63# )
Namely, the trs lctronique is good quality there are 2 microphones on the guitar:
a piezo under the bridge (the classic micro).
a condenser microphone placed in the electronic ct.

A button for mixing two micro to find an optimum rglage the desired sound.
otherwise, there is a 3-band equa medium for the SETTING THE frequencies and the anti-feedback. And a phase inverter, it also Reduces feedback when your sound ...

No tuner will integrate .... it is the only BMOL ... that's why only takes 9 ...
the dtail here: http://www.shorelinemusic.com/amplification/fishman_prefix.shtml

UTILIZATION

The games on the handle is enjoyable trs. It is faster to handle trs. CHAC is to ease acute by the fact that the box is cut. This is a solid wood guitar, so it has some weight but in view of its volume is comprhensible. I will say again that APRS a concert ...

In terms of sound, it is rich in harmonic trs, with hints of game enjoyable work. His great body gives normment sound power trs is enjoyable when you want to play with nuance. The sound is balanced and warm!

I put 10 in 1150 as a tui hard, I think we should at least double the price for Takamine in something that sounds as good ...

SOUNDS

For my style: it is gnial! I did the picking (well I try to make the fawn Marcel DADI ...), I made the Pop, The variety of Blues, Rock ... Cool!

I play on an amp electric scraper (Peavey Delta Blues) connected to a speaker 412 in Mount Orange V30. Trs trs It sounds good. I also tried directly on a console, the one is near perfect ...

SETTING THE The mixing between the two microphones is interesting but it becomes clear quickly that trs to be that one or the other, is not satisfactory. Trs but quickly found a mix of 75% and 25% piezo pickup condenser microphone are sound and enjoyable prcis equilibrated trs.

OVERALL OPINION

Well I for 8 days, so of course it is a hot opinion. However, before buying it, I made the Parisian stores, the rue de Douai Pigalle and so on ... (It's a word game "goes on" for the Rue de Douai ...)
All these stores have one thing in common: the model and the price he offers in this range l! TAKAMINE, TAKAMINE TAKAMINE and again. With a "super" prampli lamp in the guitar, and yes just a. .. Ba it must have to make their guitar sound ... And yet the sound is amplified by the lamp trs color and we will get tired of so-called warm sound ...

In short, I say that both sellers and buyers: There are not that Takamine in life, there are Martin, Taylor ago, there Cort Custom Shop. I would say the same takamine I tried everything in the store (model tan10) sounds worse, acousitquement speaking, a Yamaha 40% less!!

Fortunately I know a luthier who can not be play some commercial brands to sell a product o achte one brand and not a guitar ...

His name DAMICO his site: http://www.damico-store.com/
I t home several times, they have real musical instruments! And what matters most is not there any screams on the guitar but the sound! And they have understood the bottom. They are more friendly trs, rpondent all your questions and know all about the instruments they sell (original electronics, the default of the instrument also !...)

Do I do it again the same choice if I had to do it again. I will say yes of course. But knowing that I did not back ... If I have news pertinant later After a few months of use, I complterai my remarks ...

Remember: Report qualitprix: unbeatable!

I will give ending for info via pictures taken and some sound ...
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  • Manufacturer: Cort
  • Model: CJCE Custom
  • Series: CJ
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/25/2006

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