#1
I just found out Neil Zaza and I have to say I love his tone and playing style. I looked up what gear he uses and I couldnt find much about his guitars.

Can anyone help me out? Thanks.


#3
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Shecter C-1 of some sort is my guess



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It's a Cort, if i recall its Neil Zaza's signature.
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#4
my first thought was ibanez sz, but now i think its his cort sig, which is based on a kx
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#5
Quote by conor1148
BEERRNNT.
wrong, try again!


It's a Cort, if i recall its Neil Zaza's signature.


Lol yea I guess your right my bad. I should have looked at the headstock better because it looks like a Schecter's but flipped.
#6
It is a Cort Neil Zaza signature. I don't know if they make them anymore.
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#7
I never heard about that brand. Are they high end?
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#8
My first thought was PRS.
Then I read the Schecter comment and was "like nahhhh, Ima say PRS."
Then I saw the right answer.


I'm still gonna say PRS though to keep the conversation going.
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#9
It's a really nice guitar. His signature - neck through, quilt top, Seymour Duncan '59 and Custom Custom, locking tuners I believe. Very versatile.
#10
Quote by haceteunosmates
I never heard about that brand. Are they high end?
Cort manufactures guitars for several different brands. Cort is one of the largest volume guitar makers in the world, and makes most of the guitars for Ibanez, Parkwood, ESP, Schecter, G&L Tribute and others. They also produce guitars under the Cort name, most of which are entry-level. However, I happen to own a Cort prototype from about 1980 built to show what they can do, and it's as high-end a guitar as you're likely to find.

Incidentally, Cort also makes acoustic guitars and both electric and acoustic basses.