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  • scaw69scaw69

    Cort NTL50FXPublished on 12/16/05 at 08:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    In fact I possde the NTL MODEL 20F Submitted which is not on this site but is a few prs dtails the same as the NTL 50.
    It's a jumbo made in Asia I think, with piezo pickup (obviously) and Fishman electronics classic4 T (rglage trebble meddle brilliance and low volume general) which incorporates beautifully and the sound of Fidler this guitar.
    Connecting the jack is in the attachment of the strap which is handy. The handle is very enjoyable, as relatively thin and with a good slide (same for key mahogany me it seems, and the frets) mechanisms are original and beautiful (and effective too, because like the guitar very well agreement). The head is beautifully adorned with pearl design, ele…
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    In fact I possde the NTL MODEL 20F Submitted which is not on this site but is a few prs dtails the same as the NTL 50.
    It's a jumbo made in Asia I think, with piezo pickup (obviously) and Fishman electronics classic4 T (rglage trebble meddle brilliance and low volume general) which incorporates beautifully and the sound of Fidler this guitar.
    Connecting the jack is in the attachment of the strap which is handy. The handle is very enjoyable, as relatively thin and with a good slide (same for key mahogany me it seems, and the frets) mechanisms are original and beautiful (and effective too, because like the guitar very well agreement). The head is beautifully adorned with pearl design, elegant and not flashy either.
    The bridge agrmente sculpt a perfect visual cot.
    BMOL returns to the only preamp fishman: there are the best: rglages not trs prcis so I advise to obter for model equipped NTL50FX of prampli Fishman Prefix Plus T possdant woods more "noble" with respect to the bottom and sides.
    Here for data sheet in English (I would translate can be one day!)
    TOP: Solid spruce
    Back Side Solid mahogany back / mahogany sides
    Neck: Mahogany
    Fingerboard: Rosewood
    Bridge: Rosewood
    Tuners: Grover super Rotomatic
    Scale: 25.3 "
    Body Depth: 100 x 125mm
    Nut Width: 43mm
    Preamp: Fishman classic4 T

    UTILIZATION

    Obviously there is no pan so the acute stroke are used with a partimonie. the guitar is balanced and of good quality (ie with a good violin ... it does not sagit price!)
    the weight is good and is quite normal for a massive spruce top. This guitar is relatively "easy" and above all reliable. with good strings it will not betray you, no crimping, precision and robustness. trs honnte for this price range.
    To use the heel of the neck appears to be relatively too prohiminant Gnant since. A "planing" does have genuine good.

    SOUNDS

    To the beat .. it just dchire after hours of intense scratching (the mediator remember) it makes everything you gave without moving ... a stage animal.
    Besides, his look is also the effect on the guitar lovers who are immediately intrrsss ... there are often bluff by the logo that adorns the handle ... Cort surprises. I really like this brand: the taste of quality and competitive price.
    The sound MRIT some attention because it "sounds" ... especially in the meddle-bass which is also normal for a jumbo. it lacks can be a little breath and suffers from the comparison has a dreadnought (comparison made with the brand Cort Dreadnought also).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 2 years and I love ...
    THIS IS a good reliable guitar 100% original and beautiful. The price is more than adequate and in addition it is down I think.
    Of course for those who love the solos access aus acute stroke require a pan .... can not have everything and at the same time with a folk guitar ... you often go out in these solos Tone ... huh?
    I take my hat off to this pretty a cort guitar and I am also delighted that this type of decline MODEL t version is low and low cargo-less so I was comfortable in my choice.
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  • zedash67zedash67

    Cort NTL50FXPublished on 08/14/09 at 09:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    China

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very well designed and we have no need to press like an animal for a sound worthy of a good instrument. The guitar may be a bit heavy but nothing bothersome.
    The guitar is beautiful and well finished. Nothing to say. She is beautiful and leaves no one indifferent. It is a pleasure to have him in her arms.

    SOUNDS

    It's a very sweet guitar sound. The balance between treble and bass is in harmony. It has nothing to envy the famous brands. In fact I sold my Taylor since I played with this cort ntl 50. It is situated between jumbo and mini jumbo like a "grand concert" so she may be lacking, to be objective, a little power in acoustics or I'…
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    China

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very well designed and we have no need to press like an animal for a sound worthy of a good instrument. The guitar may be a bit heavy but nothing bothersome.
    The guitar is beautiful and well finished. Nothing to say. She is beautiful and leaves no one indifferent. It is a pleasure to have him in her arms.

    SOUNDS

    It's a very sweet guitar sound. The balance between treble and bass is in harmony. It has nothing to envy the famous brands. In fact I sold my Taylor since I played with this cort ntl 50. It is situated between jumbo and mini jumbo like a "grand concert" so she may be lacking, to be objective, a little power in acoustics or I'll put him 10. on the other hand in electro that's perfect.
    It is suitable for all styles, arpeggios, accompaniment, finger-picking. She is good in all areas.
    It comes with a pin and more, plus a saddle and of course the key to adjusting the neck. What you ask for!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I play for two months on this guitar and it was so packed that I just ordered another Cort (a true jumbo, this time) I tried Taylor 210, 310, 410, and I tried simon patrick , lag Tramontana, Tanglewood, Seagull, Epiphone, Takamine etc. and none gave me the satisfaction I feel with this Cort. It sells for around 500 € on the net. The quality is excellent and I do not regret my purchase. It should be clear that I do not know anything about this brand before and I swore that by Taylor. Since I am challenged and I confess I am amazed by the quality of Asia. Congratulations to the technicians and workers in Cort.
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