I looked at a few guitars in this price range, and this
one just felt nice. I was a begginner at the time I
bought this so I didn't know much about guitars, but I
am still very happy with it. It is a great looking guitar,
though without the warmth or depth of sound that
comes from the more expensive models. It is perfect
for me given the pricing, and I reccommend it to
Model Year: 1997
Price: $400.00 Aus (new)
Made in Korea, Sitka Spruce top, Mahogany sides
and back, mahogany neck with a rosewood
fretboard. Grover tuners, 20 frets. Standard
Nice action and a smooth neck means that this is a
nice guitar to play. The workmanship is top-notch,
and it is as easy to play as any steel strung guitar of
This guitar has a great warm bass sound with a
clear ringing tone on the top unwound strings. I use
it for anything from folk through to Jazz, blues and
rock, and it sounds good for all of them.
Very durable, everything is in great condition except
for the bumps and scratches that come from me
bumping around. It's been dropped a couple of
times and hasn't even gone out of tune, this is a nice
travelling guitar I think.
In the same price range,looked at Johnson,Washburn,Seagull,Fender. This cort had the best sound, and LOOKs.
Model Year: 1999
Price: $300.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Guitar Land ,Ottawa Il.
Made in Korea,mahogany neck,Scale-25.25",Grover chrome tuners. Mahogony back and sides, solid cedar top, select rosewood fretboard, ivory body bindings.Maybe I could be a guitar salesperson!!
Good action, very playable. Workmanship is excellent,no noticeable flaws at all.
Very full sound at both high and low tones. Has same or more ,full tones than full size guitars.
Seems to be very durable, no kicks or scratches yet after 4 months of personal home use. Stays in tune very well. Even in winter months in Il. where we turn heat in house down while at work and crank it up when we get home. Don't know what hot humid summers with a.c. wii do?