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Cort CR280

LP-Shaped Guitar from Cort belonging to the Classic Rock series.

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" An honest copy of LP"

Cort CR280Published on 04/16/14 at 08:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
22 fret set neck, mahogany body with flamed maple massive table. Tonepro easel, graphtec nut. The specs are pretty friendly.

UTILIZATION

The interface is identical to a Gibson LP so no miracle => weighs well its 4kg, access to acute is not the best and the guitar is not very well balanced.

on the other hand you can easily find the sound, fat and severe drooling on the handle and sharp and defined on the easel with an intermediate position that sounds ... intermediary.

6/10
Not the strong point of the LP

SOUNDS

I did not like the pickups provided .. But I'm picky! The handle was too dull and mushy, not quite slamming the bridge, to me it sounded not.

I brought a pair of......
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22 fret set neck, mahogany body with flamed maple massive table. Tonepro easel, graphtec nut. The specs are pretty friendly.

UTILIZATION

The interface is identical to a Gibson LP so no miracle => weighs well its 4kg, access to acute is not the best and the guitar is not very well balanced.

on the other hand you can easily find the sound, fat and severe drooling on the handle and sharp and defined on the easel with an intermediate position that sounds ... intermediary.

6/10
Not the strong point of the LP

SOUNDS

I did not like the pickups provided .. But I'm picky! The handle was too dull and mushy, not quite slamming the bridge, to me it sounded not.

I brought a pair of Gibson Classic 57 and ... Whouaaa! The violin is good enough for very well to sing these pickups. It smells good blues!

I put only 6/10, the violin is nice but the pickups basic pfff ....

OVERALL OPINION

I've had six months, I tried Gibson much much more (too) expensive before selecting.

My handle is perfect and allows low action. The acastillage is very good agreement also fits perfectly and sounds beautifully empty.

I did not like the pickups but it's changing. ;-) For the rest, it is very nice especially for the price.
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" AWESOME VALUE / PRICE"

Cort CR280Published on 10/18/11 at 05:58
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE: INDONESIA
TYPE OF BRIDGE: Tune O 'MATIC
NECK: "C" GLUE, 22 frets
MICRO: 2 humbuckers TYPE "Classic Rock II" TYPE COVER WITH VINTAGE CHROME (which I love)
SETUP: VOLUME 2, 2 TONE, (NO SPLITABLES and a little damage, LAG ROXANNE THE SAME PRICE OF MICROS SPLITABLES ...)

DEPARTURE I had gone to BUY A LAG ROXANNE 200, a hair CHEAPEST. WHEN THE SELLER CEPANDANT showed me this CORT CR 280, I immediately fell under its spell; in any case before EVEN TRY TO HAVE, BEAUTY she gave me a cool effect. LES PAUL SOUND IMITATION IS REMARKABLE, SA LUTHERIE EXCELLENT BILL, THE MECHANICAL HOLD AGREEMENT (IF IF I HAD A IBANEZ GRGR121, I KNOW what I mean ^ ^).
IN BRIEF IS......
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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE: INDONESIA
TYPE OF BRIDGE: Tune O 'MATIC
NECK: "C" GLUE, 22 frets
MICRO: 2 humbuckers TYPE "Classic Rock II" TYPE COVER WITH VINTAGE CHROME (which I love)
SETUP: VOLUME 2, 2 TONE, (NO SPLITABLES and a little damage, LAG ROXANNE THE SAME PRICE OF MICROS SPLITABLES ...)

DEPARTURE I had gone to BUY A LAG ROXANNE 200, a hair CHEAPEST. WHEN THE SELLER CEPANDANT showed me this CORT CR 280, I immediately fell under its spell; in any case before EVEN TRY TO HAVE, BEAUTY she gave me a cool effect. LES PAUL SOUND IMITATION IS REMARKABLE, SA LUTHERIE EXCELLENT BILL, THE MECHANICAL HOLD AGREEMENT (IF IF I HAD A IBANEZ GRGR121, I KNOW what I mean ^ ^).
IN BRIEF IS A VERY NICE GUITAR AND IT DESERVES A VERY GOOD 8 / 10. 9 CAR NOT MINE HAD A LITTLE PAINT ON THE FAILURE TO HANDLE TWO LOCATIONS, IT IS SLIGHTLY CRACKED ... BUT IT IS A GOOD SCRATCH A € 450, you can have butter, SILVER BUTTER, AND A Crémière the price!

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, it is rather thin (NOT COOL FOR LES PAUL TYPE BUT MORE FUN FOR MY RIGHT HAND).
AND THIS IS NOT A LES PAUL STANDARD FOR NOTHING, ergonomics is pretty average, HARD TO FIND A GOOD START POSITION BUT THE LONG you get used to.
THIS CORT CR 280 seems a HAIR LIGHT.
AND AS THE REAL PAUL ON ACCESS TO ACUTE ENOUGH IS RUDE.
QUICK FOR THIS ONE PART J'ATRIBUE 7 / 10 (It's like A DINNER ALMOST PERFECT ... ^ ^) PRODUCTION IS VERY GOOD BUT THERE IS NOTHING FOR THE Bibiche IF he was given A FORM OF LES PAUL AND YES, SHE RECOVERED ITS SMALL FAULT! AFTER If we take a LES PAUL TYPE, ON know what to expect ...

SOUNDS

Difficult to give an opinion on the sound of a scratching, ALL DEPENDS ON WHAT THE SEARCH GOOD BUT I M'ESSAYE:

Mics "Classic Rock II" homemade CORT, ME SUPRENNENT! Let me explain: by purchasing this SCRAPER I WANT SOUND "VINTAGE", and frankly IS NOT disappointed! THE FAT IS DISTO is dirty, the clean sound is a bit "CUCU" AND SOME "CLICHE" I find but it is only my humble opinion!
I play on VYPYR PEAVY AMP BUT I HAD THE OCCASION OF THE Nipple ALL LIGHTS ON VOX AND GIVES HIS DEATH!
MY STYLE IS AC / DC IS THE GUITAR IS mid-range in the best position I find EPIPHONE BETTER THAN ONE EXAMPLE!
A GOOD 8 / 10, the microphones CORT home, are quite impressive!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two weeks now.
WHAT I LIKE MOST IS HIS BEAUTY AND THE QUALITY OF THESE Sonnora MICROS BLUFF FOR THE PRICE.
QUESTION VALUE / PRICE, frankly it's AWESOME! CORT has really hard to it!

I remake that choice without any doubt!

IF YOU FIND A VINTAGE SOUND WITH THE STYLE OF THE TIME, DO NOT HESITATE CORT THIS IS GREAT!
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  • Manufacturer: Cort
  • Model: CR280
  • Series: Classic Rock
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/07/2011

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