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  • hhhh

    Cort SF5XPublished on 10/23/05 at 03:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,

    I own a 2000 model CORT SF 5X.

    It's simply the best quality / price in the range 300-800 EUR.
    This guitar is very versatile and is particularly well suited to play fingerpicking.

    The characteristics of that I own:

    -Solid cedar top (A) with natural finish (a real beauty, very rarely model Cedre)
    - Format GRAND AUDITORIUM
    - Pan cut (Ideal for access to acute!)
    - Back & sides Mahogany neck
    - Fretboard rosewood
    - Very comfortable
    - Fishman Prefix EQ
    - Micro MATRIX
    - Grover gilt
    - Great finish!
    - Excellent audio!
    - Korean Fabication very high quality
    I did some "research" for months, I soon forget the Yamaha, Crafter, Fender (discomfort, not the optio…
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    Hello,

    I own a 2000 model CORT SF 5X.

    It's simply the best quality / price in the range 300-800 EUR.
    This guitar is very versatile and is particularly well suited to play fingerpicking.

    The characteristics of that I own:

    -Solid cedar top (A) with natural finish (a real beauty, very rarely model Cedre)
    - Format GRAND AUDITORIUM
    - Pan cut (Ideal for access to acute!)
    - Back & sides Mahogany neck
    - Fretboard rosewood
    - Very comfortable
    - Fishman Prefix EQ
    - Micro MATRIX
    - Grover gilt
    - Great finish!
    - Excellent audio!
    - Korean Fabication very high quality
    I did some "research" for months, I soon forget the Yamaha, Crafter, Fender (discomfort, not the options I wanted) ... as well as Taylor, Martn, Lowden, Avalon (for obviously the price !)...

    Here below some info on the new SF series that my taste is not as well because:
    -Fishman Classic instead of Prefix
    Micro-Sonicore instead of Matrix
    Mechanical non-gilt
    -...

    The new models may seem cheaper but they simply lower quality options ...

    http://www.harmony-central.com/Guitar/Data4/Cort/SFX_5-1.html
    http://www.cort.com/acoustics/sfx/index.html

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant
    Acute very accessible because of the cutaway
    Guitar very slight
    Very good sound

    SOUNDS

    Ideal to play fingerpicking
    Reverb, delay ...
    Sometimes plays on studio monitors and PA
    Warm and round but not at all boomy
    I hate the sound lens

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years
    Very good report quality / price for a guitar with solid cedar top, but of course, any mass that would have been even more $ $ $: (
    I tried dozens of models (Crafter, Yamaha, Takamine, Ibanez Cort SF5X ...); This also really the best finish for my taste! Look at yourself Inside, everything is clean!
    Yes I would do this choice without hesitation, it's a dream guitar for a musician who does not wish to confirm to more than 500 EUR in an instrument ...
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