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Cort G210
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Cort G210

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

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Tom790 Tom790
Publié le 03/16/10 à 10:15
Value For Money : Excellent
Made in Indonesia
1 humbucker
2 Micro Simple
A start type tremolo
Tone 1
1 Volume



UTILIZATION

The neck is quite nice for a guitar of this price
The guitar is heavy and is a good sign there is a cut BEHIND the body which will facilitate the handling
Access to acute I knew better now but hey
Vibrato moves all the time ca desacorde is fast!

SOUNDS

I play with everything but the sound is rough
The tone is mostly in its saturated eficaces (AC chokes in clean sound)
The volume knob makes noise when you move

OVERALL OPINION

I have 3 years is my first guitar has paid 160 Euros
I guitars test later if I had known I would have expected
But it is a good instrument for beginners without breaking the bank
I do not know if I would have that choice again
Raport pretty good money
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