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Cort G210

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

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MGR/ericMGR/eric

Cort G-210

Cort G210Published on 08/24/03 at 15:00
I Bought this Guitar at a music store in Mission Viejo called Coast Band Music.
Paid about $220 for it. Its my first guitar but ive been playing for a bit.

Its not a bad guitar. The neck is not too thick. Its not a bad instument for it's price.

What i dont like about this instrument is the buzzing. Also this thing could get out of tune pretty easily. The tremolo kinda sucks and once you buy it the whole things gets all loose after the 1st time you change the strings.

It has an Agathis body, a hardwood maple neck, Rosewood fingerboard, Chrome hardware. 2 single coil pickups and a bridge humbucker. It also has a tremolo.

Its not a bad instrument not a bad way to spend $200 bucks...…
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I Bought this Guitar at a music store in Mission Viejo called Coast Band Music.
Paid about $220 for it. Its my first guitar but ive been playing for a bit.

Its not a bad guitar. The neck is not too thick. Its not a bad instument for it's price.

What i dont like about this instrument is the buzzing. Also this thing could get out of tune pretty easily. The tremolo kinda sucks and once you buy it the whole things gets all loose after the 1st time you change the strings.

It has an Agathis body, a hardwood maple neck, Rosewood fingerboard, Chrome hardware. 2 single coil pickups and a bridge humbucker. It also has a tremolo.

Its not a bad instrument not a bad way to spend $200 bucks although there could be a few improvements.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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keyser86keyser86

Cort G210Published on 09/17/03 at 16:53
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UTILIZATION

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SOUNDS

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OVERALL OPINION

It's been a year since I started and g begin with it and I do not sell it
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I sai what to meter

UTILIZATION

They're easy to use although its jaime cum May handle a force play tro long acroche
each access to acute're easy

SOUNDS

They are not his Polyval but not c this guitar and very good to start with
it is cheap and it's nivo little to do in May must not c

OVERALL OPINION

It's been a year since I started and g begin with it and I do not sell it
Jamai I always counsel those spineless kil start without Clak tro of tune
and this mark stands surtou report Kaliti prices here I regret buying
vai even if I change to a fender or ibanez
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malinmalin

Cort G210Published on 11/17/03 at 09:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Channel 22 frets rosewood fingerboard
vibrato
2 micro mciro a simple double
button and volume tonalitbr /> 5-way switch

UTILIZATION

Access in acute trs good, acceptable to handle a guitar of that price; trslgre guitar, the sound is more versatile but

SOUNDS

Suitable for rock, blues, punk. inappropriate to metal (although with ampl i g laney hcm10 managed to do the Manir fair).

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months. I love its light weight, the action is too low to be lev my taste but I am too lazy to deal with it. The presence of the humbucker is trs enjoyable. This is an excellent quality / price. This is what I had certified the seller and it's perfectly true, it is...…
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Channel 22 frets rosewood fingerboard
vibrato
2 micro mciro a simple double
button and volume tonalitbr /> 5-way switch

UTILIZATION

Access in acute trs good, acceptable to handle a guitar of that price; trslgre guitar, the sound is more versatile but

SOUNDS

Suitable for rock, blues, punk. inappropriate to metal (although with ampl i g laney hcm10 managed to do the Manir fair).

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months. I love its light weight, the action is too low to be lev my taste but I am too lazy to deal with it. The presence of the humbucker is trs enjoyable. This is an excellent quality / price. This is what I had certified the seller and it's perfectly true, it is easily some squier Ibanez and other related qualitprix.
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SamypoussinSamypoussin

Cort G210Published on 09/04/04 at 03:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
For CHARACTERISTICS ====> see above

UTILIZATION

A t-handle for me lment Determines the purchase of this guitar. I have small hands, the neck is slightly wider end is trs, trs is more gentle forcment which is not the case for beginners guitars on this award.
I'm easily accder the beginners arrive 18 or 19 frets ... is complicated for a 3 dernires, but it may be simply a matter of lack of technical me.
-On a Aesthetics I find it is quite beautiful despite its original type drills Start ... it seems a bit quirky, I like a lot. I test some guitar, it seems more lgre that the Epiphone SG with a friend or the Squier Affinity Start which is the direct competitor of the G210.
- The...…
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For CHARACTERISTICS ====> see above

UTILIZATION

A t-handle for me lment Determines the purchase of this guitar. I have small hands, the neck is slightly wider end is trs, trs is more gentle forcment which is not the case for beginners guitars on this award.
I'm easily accder the beginners arrive 18 or 19 frets ... is complicated for a 3 dernires, but it may be simply a matter of lack of technical me.
-On a Aesthetics I find it is quite beautiful despite its original type drills Start ... it seems a bit quirky, I like a lot. I test some guitar, it seems more lgre that the Epiphone SG with a friend or the Squier Affinity Start which is the direct competitor of the G210.
- The sound is good the slecteur 5 positions and 3 pickups (2 single and one double) provide a beautiful palette of sound. I get with my little amp sounds very fat quite easily. The clean sounds out well. Note, however, only one configuration of 5 micro grsille not only possible ... but nothing catastrophic.

SOUNDS

-I was looking for a versatile guitar: it suits me well trs
-I play with a peavey rage 158 amp (15wtt), I can push the bottom or distal limit myself clear sound effects ... and without the guitar sounds good.

"It is rather the fact of the amp but I like to put me a little distortion to put a little body that I play ... Dream Brother Jeff Buckley sounds perfectly ==> the guitar is as surely a part.

OVERALL OPINION

"I use this guitar for 2 months
"I feel it is dsaccorde little for a guitar of this series ... I did not connect it every other day .... It sounds almost right for a rate of about one week or 2h/day.
- I tried to squier same price, same Cort and other Peavey Raptor (I am not the name of the dernire) ... all these guitars seemed to me to concurrent slightly less good / nice / enjoyable ....
I have new colors argenty'avais pay no choice ====> at least I have a guitar disco) 190 in-store ... the price quality ratio is int trs Ress.
- I Rasht the same today and I advise a friend.
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  • Manufacturer: Cort
  • Model: G210
  • Series: G
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/05/2006

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