Cort G290
Cort G290

G290, STC-Shaped Guitar from Cort in the G series.

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jkd 11/06/2003

Cort G290 : jkd's user review


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Guitar Corenne of 22 boxes, equipped with EMG pickups (1 double emg89 for the bridge and 2 EMG's simple for the body and the sleeve).
The body is ash with a maple table bomb flame of great effect! The handle is also in maple with rosewood fingerboard course.
A wilkinson bridge completes the picture and the button traitionnels volume, tone and 5-way switch.


Getting started is quick and easy, it's not a light guitar a meeting of the muscle lespaul and co! and it's not going to complain that my back!
Add one more round and you have a pleasant scratching of the most comfortable.
For it's not complicated! it is more than easy to play the guitar, we take you plug and play ca, or almost alone.
The EMG pickups which made this model a perfect match to the violin also.


I use this guitar with a fender and a marshall 1000 perfommer avt 100 coupling a boss ME8.
I note the pedal but it must be said that the saturation of the marshall is sufficient to have a well heavy metal fawn spot, especially in view of the EMG (them again).
For the sonic palette, both say right away: versatility! is the key word.
Indeed it is at ease in almost all areas (exept some styles of blues and jazz penera it's like a lot of guitar in this category) and as I said above is a guitar the easiest to play.


I use it for about 2 weeks in parallel with an Ibanez Talman and I can tell you that we note a significant difference between the noise and ergonomics.
Most will be as I said above a light guitar, easy, comfortable and have a very good range of sounds.
The - will be the fact that a versatile guitar as it was never completely comfortable in a style more than another (although the rock / metal more than the playground).
If you add a report-quality ultra-competitive prices (sold in me in the 750 euros) a small wonder you must admit!
Only sensible choice for any self-respecting scratch.