Cort MR1200FX - Solid Rosewood Back Acoustic Guitar

Cort Guitars just released the MR1200FX, a solid rosewood back acoustic featuring boutique specs at a reasonable price.

Cort MR1200FX

This full featured guitar is said to target high end guitar buyers, giving them a more affordable alternative that feature the same high-end specs.

The Cort MR1200FX guitar features a Venetian cutaway dreadnought body with solid Bearclaw spruce top. The top is supported by its solid rosewood back and rosewood sides, features that are only found on very expensive acoustic guitars. The body shape is highlighted by its ivory binding and the soundhole features a great looking double abalone rosette. The guitar also features modern scalloped X-bracing for stability and projection. The body by itself makes the overall value of this guitar more appealing.

Its mahogany neck is connected to the body via a Dovetail neck joint. It has a scale length of 25.3" and is topped with a rosewood fretboard. The neck is embellished with boutique level genuine abalone vine inlays that matches the rosette.

You can tune the strings with its gold Grover Vintage tuners, while the other end of the string is held in place by genuine bone nut and saddle as well as a rosewood bridge. Rounding up the features of the MR1200FX is its high end electronics - the Fishman Premium SOB or Stereo Onboard Blender - Matrix Pickup system. This pickup system is capable of providing you with versatile plugged in tones.

Take a closer look and listen at the MR1200FX with this demo video:

The MSRP of the Cort MR1200FX Solid Rosewood Acoustic is set to $1,350. You can get more information about this instrument from Cort Guitars

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