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Cort Z44
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Cort Z44

LP-Shaped Guitar from Cort belonging to the Zenox series.

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dr oblikdr oblik

Cort Z44Published on 04/04/07 at 18:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Indonesia
22 frets,
MMLP humbuckers,
tone pros bridge,
2 volume and 2 tone button with a push pull system (humbucker / sting)
run off without marking the frets in rosewood,

UTILIZATION

Channel super nice, which slides well.
access to acute super easy for a les paul shape.
Ergonomics well studied, both in head handle that at the forearm or ratings (it avoids hematoma), and super light for this type of form.
its easy to clear or settle in with the saturation of the original amp, a little more complicated with a large distortion type pedal metal zone (but good enough to take your time).

SOUNDS

I play metal, punk ... so I had a pretty Polyval scratches with......
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Made in Indonesia
22 frets,
MMLP humbuckers,
tone pros bridge,
2 volume and 2 tone button with a push pull system (humbucker / sting)
run off without marking the frets in rosewood,

UTILIZATION

Channel super nice, which slides well.
access to acute super easy for a les paul shape.
Ergonomics well studied, both in head handle that at the forearm or ratings (it avoids hematoma), and super light for this type of form.
its easy to clear or settle in with the saturation of the original amp, a little more complicated with a large distortion type pedal metal zone (but good enough to take your time).

SOUNDS

I play metal, punk ... so I had a pretty Polyval scratches with its quite heavy (but not too trashy like jackson) and I must say that c is impeccable (bold but rock'n'roll).

OVERALL OPINION

For the moment j am very happy, plus she has a very special look, it's super fun to play, and quality / price ratio I n is not found much of as good (sound, look, the ergonomics that you ask for). Before I was playing on a gibson les paul studio but I have to separate the m (to my dismay with hindsight) and not having the same n budgetje am not disappointed with this acquisition.
I think I referrer the same choice.
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lonlevadelonlevade

Cort Z44Published on 10/03/07 at 07:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in asia
22 frets, 2 pickups and split
tailpiece bridge to cross
2 volumes, one tone splittable
handle end ... nice to be honest.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a formidable finesse. The ease of playing, irreplaceable ...
The highs are perhaps the only downside to its qualities, a little hard to access despite the cutaway.
the guitar is not too heavy nor too light, perfectly balanced, good ergonomics in general, no more ...
7 because it is not a prs

SOUNDS

The sounds are perfectly suited to blues-rock-metal guitar sounds very current in ... I play on coxx gg or 60 marshall 75 reverb.
The clean sounds that are more crystalline, very sound, heavy distortion......
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Guitar made in asia
22 frets, 2 pickups and split
tailpiece bridge to cross
2 volumes, one tone splittable
handle end ... nice to be honest.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a formidable finesse. The ease of playing, irreplaceable ...
The highs are perhaps the only downside to its qualities, a little hard to access despite the cutaway.
the guitar is not too heavy nor too light, perfectly balanced, good ergonomics in general, no more ...
7 because it is not a prs

SOUNDS

The sounds are perfectly suited to blues-rock-metal guitar sounds very current in ... I play on coxx gg or 60 marshall 75 reverb.
The clean sounds that are more crystalline, very sound, heavy distortion very hot ... As against dry, it produces a strange sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two months and I love this guitar. The pickups are very nice and split use, I have virtually no complaints to make. nickel ...
excellent guitar value for money of the interressants.
Also, I do not know if I would do this choice because I give enough in the style "explorer guitars" So, probably not ... But I'm glad!
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  • Manufacturer: Cort
  • Model: Z44
  • Series: Zenox
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/16/2011

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