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Cort G290-FAT-AVB G Series Electric Guitar, Antique Violin Burst

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SKU:
G290-FAT-AVB
Condition:
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Expected release date is Jan 15th 2021

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Description

Boutique type design and styling along with expanded tonal options for session-style guitar at a reasonable price are the hallmarks of the new G290 FAT. Higher grade materials and hardware components along with improved build processes provide a more luxurious feel and look. A 5-way switch for the two humbuckers expands the tonal options from thick and meaty humbucker sounds to glassy and sparkling single-coil sounds for the utmost in sonic versatility.

Specifications

CONSTRUCTION:
Bolt-On
BODY:
Flamed Maple Top on Swamp Ash Body
NECK:
Birdseye Maple
FRETBOARD:
Birdseye Maple Frets
FRETS:
22 Frets
SCALE:
648mm (25.5")
TUNERS:
Cort® Staggered Locking Machineheads
BRIDGE:
Cort® CFA-III Tremolo
PICKUPS:
Voiced Tone VTH-77 Set
ELECTRONICS:
1 Volume & 1 Tone, 5 Way Switch
HARDWARE:
Chrome
STRINGS:
D'Addario® EXL120

Warranty Information

Limited Lifetime Warranty

1 Review

  • Cort G290 Fat
    5

    Posted by Edward Montague Totten on Nov 12th 2020

    Witnessed a review by Darrell Braun Guitar. He disassembled and played the guitar. He’s a pro and rated the guitar “shockingly good”. “If made in the US it would cost 3-4 times as much.”
    From the video I agree. The only component Darrell was surprised with, in a negative way, was the use of dime size pots. The positive is that they are A pots which from my experience last a long time and don’t suffer from irregularities.
    So.... this guitar is awesome!
    See the review and hear the guitar in all settings. Pickups can be split (settings 2 and 4) using the inside of both pickups and the outside. From great hi-gain tones to perfectly clear, the pickups preformed well. Tuners have knarled wheels for excellent ergonomics. Wood selections were top of the line. The flame top is a thin veneer but it’s Drop Dead beautiful.
    From what I see and hear the only bad thing about this guitar is that it’s not going to be released until middle of the month January next year. I’d love to buy one now.

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