« Honest input range »Published on 09/03/12 at 14:05
20 frets, at 14 Junction
Dreadnought, solid Sitka spruce top with mahogany back and sides
Neck Mahogany (3 items)
Scale 25.3 "(643mm)
This is the original version without border and with a sleeve nut plastoc. There has been an update with a rim and handle bone nut.
Mine is a version with a satin varnish lightweight much like Canada. It is more fragile but beautiful, there is not the feeling of plastic varnish sometimes gives
This is a caricature of the dreadnought, classic, nice presentation, very light (a little knock in the first tutorial).
The neck is rather thin, the action not especially high for a folk, finishing overall pretty good for an entry-level, but clearly feels that this is an entry level. Access to acute is catastrophic but complain about it on a Dreadnought, it's a bit strange though ....
Mine is not electro-acosutique
The sound is honest. It is a little lighter, a little skinny, it is far from the bases to vibrate the slip is not really the crate but we feel that it is a small entry-level guitar.
There is no misunderstanding, it is not far from a bad guitar especially for its secondhand price (around 100 euros), but Cort has an almost mystical aura in the category not scratch expensive and sometimes you can read things that seem somewhat excessive.
The Earth 100 is a good cheap scratch, with which it was worth his money mainly by buying secondhand. Point. No longer
I recently was looking for a sound to complete my outfit. She filled this role.
The day I want a good sound, it will squirt, that's clear, but in the meantime this is a very nice scratch
The price / quality ratio is outstanding, amazing, amazing .. but it is linked to the price is very low ...
Repeat this choice because yes I bought it knowingly (a nice little scratch unpretentious cheap) so there is not confused.
In addition, if the sound is not delusional, comfort is especially the handle making a small dreadnought extremely friendly for home