Cort MR500E Series Acc/Elec Solid Top


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Product Description

The MR Series represents Cort’s mission to provide the highest quality traditional instruments with superb workmanship and modern features at an unbeatable value. MR500E is a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, Ovangkol fingerboard. The classic dreadnaught body has a Venetian cutaway for easy high fret access and is equipped with Cort CE304T electronics to deliver the MR’s natural acoustic sound to an amplification system for both live and recording applications.


  • Construction – Dovetail Neck Joint
  • Cutaway – Venetian Cutaway
  • Body – Dreadnought Cutaway Body
  • Nut Width – 43mm (1 11/16″)
  • Top – Solid Spruce Top
  • Back & Sides – Mahogany Back & Sides
  • Neck – Mahogany Neck
  • Fretboard – Rosewood or Ovangkol
  • Frets – 20 Frets
  • Scale – 25.3″ (643mm)
  • Inlay – Dot Inlay
  • Rosette – Acryl Pearl Top Purfling & Rosette
  • Bridge – Rosewood or Ovangkol
  • Pickups – Ceramic Pickup
  • Electronics – Cort CE304T Preamp
  • Strings – D’Addario EXP16 Strings
  • Bracing – Advanced Scalloped X-Bracing

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Weight 20 kg


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