#1
Hey, a friend of mine wants to sell me a Cort electro-acoustic guitar. From other guitarists that have played it, apparently it's a good guitar.


The price he wants for it is 150€, and he won't go any lower.

It's just that I haven't had the chance to play it yet, and I have never heard of the model, so I want to ask anyone who's heard about it/played it/owned it if it's worth the price?


Also, I really need an electro acoustic.
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#2
I heard of Cort.
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#4
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I heard of Cort.

Same, but never played one. They only seem to sell entry-level guitars tho.
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#5
Cort is a decent brand, yeah. But this thread belongs here, if you want a decent response. Also, when you remake the thread, make sure you have the guitar model name.
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Cort is a decent brand, yeah. But this thread belongs here, if you want a decent response. Also, when you remake the thread, make sure you have the guitar model name.

Ok, but I'll have to wait as I don't have the guys number

In the meantime, I hope to get some knowledgeable answers here
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#8
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In the meantime, I hope to get some knowledgeable answers here





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#9
Yeah I know.


Here's to hope!


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