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Cort G100
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STC-Shaped Guitar from Cort belonging to the G series.

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  • marlon46marlon46

    Cort G100Published on 06/21/05 at 10:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do not know the country of manufacture
    Pickups: 2 doubles
    2 volume 2 tone
    handle large

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is correct as access to acute.
    Weight: medium
    The sound has a high output signal
    The agreement holds well
    all is solid

    SOUNDS

    Style: blues-rock. Ideal as a guitar
    Very clear sound correct, saturation a bit messy (especially neck pickup).
    Control buttons are not very progressive

    OVERALL OPINION

    This guitar has at least 12 years (I do not know the date of manufacture)
    She has a great look
    value for money: I do not know the original sales price
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    I do not know the country of manufacture
    Pickups: 2 doubles
    2 volume 2 tone
    handle large

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is correct as access to acute.
    Weight: medium
    The sound has a high output signal
    The agreement holds well
    all is solid

    SOUNDS

    Style: blues-rock. Ideal as a guitar
    Very clear sound correct, saturation a bit messy (especially neck pickup).
    Control buttons are not very progressive

    OVERALL OPINION

    This guitar has at least 12 years (I do not know the date of manufacture)
    She has a great look
    value for money: I do not know the original sales price
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  • seckingchrseckingchr

    Cort G100Published on 02/16/06 at 13:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea, no serial num, or solid model G100 BK 120 BK (2 entries on the carton, the first printed, the second to the felt). Purchased 1480 94 francs, 1850 francs rate at the time.
    22 frets. Les Paul type bridge, six adjustable saddles.
    1 volume, 1 tone micro
    A 3-position selector
    round metal plate screwed, screw the handle on top of the nut.
    humbuckers

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, thinner than a Les Paul, varnished enjoyable. good access to acute.
    Lighter than a LP.
    The sound is warm and less dense than LP. I plan to change its pickups.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds a little weak, lack of potatoes.
    VANTAGE 30 W or LABtone is vox ON POWER AMP;

    OVERALL OPINIO…
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    Made in Korea, no serial num, or solid model G100 BK 120 BK (2 entries on the carton, the first printed, the second to the felt). Purchased 1480 94 francs, 1850 francs rate at the time.
    22 frets. Les Paul type bridge, six adjustable saddles.
    1 volume, 1 tone micro
    A 3-position selector
    round metal plate screwed, screw the handle on top of the nut.
    humbuckers

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice, thinner than a Les Paul, varnished enjoyable. good access to acute.
    Lighter than a LP.
    The sound is warm and less dense than LP. I plan to change its pickups.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds a little weak, lack of potatoes.
    VANTAGE 30 W or LABtone is vox ON POWER AMP;

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 1994, second guitar, it is light and soft to play. This is the first model since I returned after 30 years younger. Good value for money, do not hesitate to take him with you, it is tough.
    Good guitar to start and nice second guitar.
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  • escobar.17escobar.17

    Cort G100Published on 07/12/07 at 05:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar bought there over 10 years.
    MODEL MODEL identical to the Les Paul Studio Gibson with a handle screwed. 22 frets, 2 humbuckers, 4 knobs rglages (2tone for 2volumes), and a micro slecteur 3 positions.
    the volume buttons are desperately short of sensitivity and you quickly find yourself with no sound 4 / 10.
    stability of the handle in time t is difficult, with an impossibility to fall below the 12th box without hooking the frets.
    mcaniques oil bath taking little note.

    UTILIZATION

    I find the handle very end, and easy for the game I have to scratch a bit like an ox, but it happens often enough to jam my high E in the humbuckers.
    it is quite easy to play on it, Access …
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    Guitar bought there over 10 years.
    MODEL MODEL identical to the Les Paul Studio Gibson with a handle screwed. 22 frets, 2 humbuckers, 4 knobs rglages (2tone for 2volumes), and a micro slecteur 3 positions.
    the volume buttons are desperately short of sensitivity and you quickly find yourself with no sound 4 / 10.
    stability of the handle in time t is difficult, with an impossibility to fall below the 12th box without hooking the frets.
    mcaniques oil bath taking little note.

    UTILIZATION

    I find the handle very end, and easy for the game I have to scratch a bit like an ox, but it happens often enough to jam my high E in the humbuckers.
    it is quite easy to play on it, Access in acute is simple, the buttons too, and it's not the heaviest guitar with which I jou.

    SOUNDS

    I found him sound more rock than blues, and I choose prfre when it comes back inside. Yet it serves as 2nd guitar, it is too limited volume sensitivity issue, she goes too fast Acute - incomptabilit total association between it and cry baby/DS-2, .. has quickly become inaudible.
    So I prfre more noisy with sounds big muff style. This is also still sound distortion that makes the best.
    against the advantage is to agree with my transistor amp range through which quickly limit with guitars better. the two agree to leave one's not too dgueu. and if I branch at the JCM 900, the sound is the sound a rock, and that's good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bah ... the price is pretty good. I bought the era of 50 occas'. I still like it Premire scratch live as long as I have enough for another round.
    and the only cost is that I was ironing at the maker of freight and review of microphones and the handle.
    it seems necessary to change against by microphones and mcaniques to make a guitar that takes advantage of the road and that could be used more often (like Schaller vintage tulip crme, Seymour Duncan Alnico II APH-1)
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  • benbiloubenbilou

    Cort G100Published on 03/25/08 at 04:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    80 years old Korean superb copy of a gibson standart lespaul old superbien

    UTILIZATION

    The is super easy and the guitar is well tuned

    SOUNDS

    Lespaul sounding guitar open to any

    OVERALL OPINION

    Super pretty nice guitar for the price it is worth everyone does not know what a paid gigson
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