CORT GA5F CEDAR TOP ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC GUITAR

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Product Description

The new Grand Regal Series from Cort is based on the popular Grand Auditorium body shape that sits right in between the dreadnought and concert-size shapes for a full but balanced sound. The 45mm nut width also makes it ideal for fingerstyle playing. Offered in various models with solid Sitka spruce top with mahogany back and sides, solid European spruce top with Madagascar rosewood back and sides and solid red cedar top with blackwood back and sides, the Grand Regal Series offers variety of choices to suit virtually any musical style and taste.

Note: The one we have is quite dark in colour, darker than the stock image. See gallery pics.

SPECIFICATIONS
CONSTRUCTION Dovetail neck joint
CUTAWAY Venetian Cutaway
BODY Grand Auditorium body
NUT WIDTH 45mm (1 3/4″) nut width
TOP Solid Cedar Top
BACK & SIDES Australian Blackwood Back & Sides
NECK Mahogany
BINDING Ivory body binding
FRETBOARD Rosewood Fingerboard
FRETS 20 Frets
SCALE 25.3″
INLAY Abalone inlay
TUNERS Die-casting Tuners
ROSETTE Multiple rosette
BRIDGE Rosewood Bridge
PICKUPS Sonicore Pickup
ELECTRONICS Fishman Presys EQ
STRINGS D’Addario EXP16 Strings
BRACING Advanced Scalloped X-Bracing
SPECIAL Genuine Bone Nut & Saddle
Sonically Enhanced UV Finish
ADDITIONAL Ebony Bridgepin

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Additional Information

Weight 20 kg

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