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Nylon String Guitar from Cort belonging to the Classic series

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  • DoblocargoDoblocargo

    nice guitar

    Cort AC12Published on 08/05/11 at 05:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chinese manufacturing

    Classic, Solid spruce
    mahogany body, mahogany neck satin,
    mechanical buttons amber, rosewood fingerboard and bridge

    UTILIZATION

    it is very easy to play

    it arises in your arms alone
    Finally, a good classic

    SOUNDS

    his uniform, round and warm.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had the qques years and it is always with m
    It has good resistance to travel this hardly Disagree
    j I wanted a classic looking and I've long since I did not want to put a large sum
    and this one I liked very
    it has good value for money
    when I already had paid the € 200
    but now it runs between 140 and 170 euros
    I conseiile
    and c me if I had to be rebuilt…
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    Chinese manufacturing

    Classic, Solid spruce
    mahogany body, mahogany neck satin,
    mechanical buttons amber, rosewood fingerboard and bridge

    UTILIZATION

    it is very easy to play

    it arises in your arms alone
    Finally, a good classic

    SOUNDS

    his uniform, round and warm.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had the qques years and it is always with m
    It has good resistance to travel this hardly Disagree
    j I wanted a classic looking and I've long since I did not want to put a large sum
    and this one I liked very
    it has good value for money
    when I already had paid the € 200
    but now it runs between 140 and 170 euros
    I conseiile
    and c me if I had to be rebuilt again
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