Cort Grand Regal GA Bevel Pao Ferro w/LR Baggs Pickup

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Product Description

An arm bevel-cut along the body and an arched Pau Ferro back with Pau Ferro sides provide a clear yet warm tone with superb sustain while having stunning looks. The Pau Ferro exhibits characteristics of rosewood, with a powerful fundamental sound and subdued overtones. The GA-MY Bevel also features an LR Baggs pickup and preamp system for a natural high-quality plugged-in sound for live performances. Features a classy and comfortable arm bevel, and an arched back.

This is an amazing looking, sounding, and playing guitar. Incredible value. 

  • Body Shape: Grand Auditorium
  • Body Material: Sitka Spruce (Top) / Pau Ferro (Back, sides) / Mahogany (Neck)
  • Body Colour: Natural
  • Body Finish: Sonically enhanced UV finish
  • Fretboard Material: Ovangkol
  • Scale Length: 25.3″ (643mm)
  • No. of Frets: 20
  • Fretboard Inlays: Abalone
  • Pickup(s): L.R.Baggs® EAS-VTC
  • Bridge: Ovangkol w/ Ebony Pins
  • Strings: D’Addario® EXP16
  • Tuning Machines: Die-Cast Gold w/ Black Knobs

Additional Information

Weight 20 kg

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