#1
Hi all
I wrote here today about the defective Cort M600 I got : https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1457906
Anyway, on the headstock there was a label "Made in Indonesia".
I heard everywhere those guitars are made in Korea, and generally Korean guitars are good (Ibanez let Cort make some of their guitars in Korea), and Indonesian guitars suck.
So I was thinking, what's going on ? Are Cort guitars really made in Indonesia or I got a fake one from the official distributer in my country?? (BTW the guitar on the display was Indonesian as well !!)
#2
Where did you buy it from?

Edit: A quick google search revealed that the Cort M600 is indeed made in Indonesia
Last edited by W4RP1G at Jul 5, 2011,
#3
Yep that's what I found now too
Does anybody know if there's a difference between the Korean and the Indonesian Corts ? This guitar used to be Korean and all the reviews on M600 are on the Korean model.
#4
My Cort is made in Indonesia and I've had no problems with it at all. No fret buzz, good intonation. Looks like Indonesian Corts are hit or miss.
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          #6
          Only a couple of the top Corts are still made in Korea, and of course their Korean plant still makes guitars for some other brands. I believe Samick is the only totally-Korean company now.