Cort Sunset I Semi-Hollow Guitar
Cort Sunset I is a unique looking semi-hollow body electric guitar that mixes traditional design features from various classics.
Cort Sunset I is a much needed relief from the overly familiar big name brand guitars, while still retaining traditional looks and retro vibe.
Looking at the Sunset I guitar, you can easily point out that it mixes design elements of a Gibson Les Paul, Gretsch 5120 and a Rickenbacker 360. However, the great thing about this guitar is that the whole package does not feel like sloppy patch work, instead it has oozes with unique personality and charm. I can imagine that it will be a total looker when brought on stage.
Aside from great looks, this guitar is equipped with TV Jones Classic and Classic Plus pickups, which is designed to produce tones that tend to be warmer with a touch of modern flexibility.
The Cort Sunset I sports a chambered mahogany body capped with a maple top. It has a set-in mahogany neck for increased sustain and stability. The 12" radius fretboard is rosewood, with 22 frets running on its 24 3/4" scale.
The headstock is equipped with Grover tuners, while at the bottom you will find a stylish roller bridge and Bigsby B50 Tailpiece. To control the pickups, you have a volume and tone knob along with a traditional 3 way pickup selector.
Check out Cort's promotional video for the Sunset I
The Cort Sunset I Electric Guitar is currently available in two finishes - Candy Apple Red and Black.
I saw one of these beauties being sold at an online retail store for $1195.
For detailed specifications and other information, you can visit Cort Guitars.
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