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  • Anonymous

    A small folk quite playable

    Cort Earth-MiniPublished on 03/11/13 at 02:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a folk compacre mahogany with a solid spruce top. It comes with a custom cover.

    UTILIZATION

    It looks like a guitar for children, but do not be fooled, the instrument is very playable and no comparison with what is usually found in this price range. The action is low but frieze, the intonation is right and the handle is very nice, closer to his hand an electric jig as a folk.

    SOUNDS

    The Cort Mini has a small box, the bass is thus substantially more timid than a conventional folk, though the sound is quite ample and music, I had several entry-level folk that sounded so much " cardboard. "

    OVERALL OPINION

    I chose this model because I wanted a small instru…
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    It is a folk compacre mahogany with a solid spruce top. It comes with a custom cover.

    UTILIZATION

    It looks like a guitar for children, but do not be fooled, the instrument is very playable and no comparison with what is usually found in this price range. The action is low but frieze, the intonation is right and the handle is very nice, closer to his hand an electric jig as a folk.

    SOUNDS

    The Cort Mini has a small box, the bass is thus substantially more timid than a conventional folk, though the sound is quite ample and music, I had several entry-level folk that sounded so much " cardboard. "

    OVERALL OPINION

    I chose this model because I wanted a small instrument not too loud (I'm in an apartment) and affordable. In my opinion this is not really Cort competition as baby taylor mini and other folk market are all much more expensive (but not necessarily better).
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  • sigmunfredsigmunfred

    Cort Earth-MiniPublished on 05/14/09 at 15:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chinese-made, probably. Brand Coren.
    19 frets
    no microphone, no rglage, although sr is a folk.
    Carrying case provided.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is trs enjoyable, it's pretty easy.
    Access in acute trs ais not but that's normal because the pan is not the fact.
    The ergonmie is good & it sounds trs well for its price (150 euros).
    It is balance, no problem.
    To carry around everywhere without fear of ferocious hitting, it's perfect.

    SOUNDS

    As mentioned above, it sounds good for its price trs. Obviously, one can compare the mini but Martin does not make sense given the Difference (consquente) Price (X2, 5).
    It lacks a little serious. Given the size of the box, i…
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    Chinese-made, probably. Brand Coren.
    19 frets
    no microphone, no rglage, although sr is a folk.
    Carrying case provided.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is trs enjoyable, it's pretty easy.
    Access in acute trs ais not but that's normal because the pan is not the fact.
    The ergonmie is good & it sounds trs well for its price (150 euros).
    It is balance, no problem.
    To carry around everywhere without fear of ferocious hitting, it's perfect.

    SOUNDS

    As mentioned above, it sounds good for its price trs. Obviously, one can compare the mini but Martin does not make sense given the Difference (consquente) Price (X2, 5).
    It lacks a little serious. Given the size of the box, it makes sense. Frankly I expected worse. And has not the kind of guitar that is used in the studio but a guitar that accompanies you in all your dplacements, itches that you call, you dgourdissez fingers in your sofa. ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just acqurir and I'm glad trs. With the cover provided, I can take it anywhere, it is trslgre, compact ... In the same price range, I tried the rover home RO 10 Washburn ... See anything. The at least, there is a real case, even if it is small. It still allows same to have some feelings. Otherwise, Taylor & Martin ago but much more expensive. By consquent, I find the report qualitprix trs good and yes, for the use which is intended in this price range, I would do this choice.
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