Cort Source-BV
Cort Source-BV
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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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l'oncle job03/20/2012

l'oncle job's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Price: it depends on grants, but it's not bad either"

Cort Source-BV
made in indonesia, Bigsby bridge maple neck with 22 frets of micro classic rocker p90. I note some minor failures at finishing my no big deal


the handle is super nice and access to acute is enjoyable, pleasant, ergonomics is good weight for me (relatively heavy) sound is not bad but it's not a gibson or yamaha. strong enough (it is the maple).


I was looking for a good guitar model E335 (semi hollow body) for the roundness of her (I'm a fan of jazz but I also like other styles of music) because I play on a yamaha 70 years: a super axe1000. I must say I did not get what I wanted the sound is identical to the acoustic sound of a standard electric guitar (unlike my SA1000) connected on his strong, powerful way inferior to my SA1000 but on the roundness microphones do not sound very round (this is not the same class) any time with a good amp (at least not the kustom dart 10 I) carément it can get on the line of jazz.mais on balance with a good pedal it would really be the case with good pickups gibson 57


bof not long at all I have, I bought it online because I'm in ivory coast and the store where it is sold in France. However I had in mind to buy it for its wood, its flexible neck, ease of access to acute, and I thought later to buy gibson pickups, but ultimately I'm happy because it makes me guitar to different sounds, too good to accompany the Bigsby seen good for R'N'Bje'll take a good pedal and you'll have it.

Sherokee's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Cheap but stunning!"

Cort Source-BV
Manufacturing Made In Korea. (Finishes a little sloppy on my model ...)

The handle is "c" and is glued to the body. Everything is maple.

At the bridge, a Bigsby. He looks well into the agreement but this is not my thing everything vibrato so I do not judge too.

22 Frets

4 knobs: 2 volumes and 2 tones and a pickup selector


The handle is very nice and so travel is easy.

I find the guitar very well balanced, it does not move when taken with a belt.

So here we come as a strong point: access to acute is childish and rather enjoyable.

We get a good sound when you know what you want.


I play based on a Prs Singlecut of hard rock to metal and I chose this guitar to broaden horizons and point me to a registry jazz, blues, bossa .. and it turns out she gets there very well the guy with his pair of p90!

In Clean: very low round. We can quickly have a good round sound jazzy.

In Disto: His bold or warm to his liking.

I tried everything in the store on vox and sends the light heavy! Its warm, jazzy and bluesy at will.

At home, I have a Line 6 Flextone 3 and I have everything I want.


I've had two days and it is possible that I change my opinion.

I tried a Hagstrom with a touch in "composite" Ben and I prefer the Cort because the handle is easier after that is only my opinion.

+: Bass, sound in general, look (vintage to perfection), price

-: Finish on my model (badly painted wood in the gills, pickguard cut with an ax)

I put an 8 because it is a good scratching the finish but could have been better.