Cort MR780FX
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Cort MR780FX

MR780FX, Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Cort in the MR series.

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Martel 10/23/2006

Cort MR780FX : Martel's user review

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Dreadnought guitar with cutaway
While Rabl (pica + table and I think rosewood fingerboard)
MCAS Grover!
Prampli Fishman Prefix!
In mine I have more of an indoor micro. Apparently this is not the case in all.
Beautiful finish.

UTILIZATION

- The neck is super thin and super easy enjoyable
- Access in acute is more than adequate for an electro-acoustic
- Ergonomics is good neither heavy nor bulky to play sitting or standing with a strap.
- Grover The MCAS is extra, prcises and they do not move. Branch is a pure pleasure. You get what you want thanks to prampli and two microphones.

SOUNDS

- Fits all styles, ideal for guitar lovers who want a lc trs good acoustic guitar.
- Warm and slightly non-crystalline branch (d also Elixir strings on this guitar home I bought qd There are 2 years old) and powerful compared to other guitars. Branch is a marvel. The range of sound is incredible. This is probably one of the big highlights of this guitar

OVERALL OPINION

- I play this guitar for two and a half years
- There is nothing I dislike about this guitar, great finish, looks terrible (Blue Burst for mine), inlays in the sleeve, wave (or flames I do not know how to say) the rear. A super powerful sound non-branch and branch even more terrible.
- A report quality unbeatable price I pay the 570 era and for me it is much better than many brands, same over 1000.
- I tried many Takamine, mount rev up to compete with the Cort. Branch and forget it.
- With the exprience I ever did without this choice hsiter. I do not sell.

Cort was hard with the trs MODEL, I tried pretty well across the same brand but it has the stuff and more each level.