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Cort Jim Triggs

Cort TRG-1

User reviews on Cort Jim Triggs products

busard67's review (Cort - TRG-1)

By busard67, 04/07/2009
In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)

How many frets, what kind of microphone and their configuration?
24 frets

What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
Jazz Bridge

What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?
One tone one volume knob

What kind of stick?

Flat fast


The handle is it nice?
A treat

Access to acute (last string) Is it easy?

Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
Ideal for musicians who do not want bourrines
Do you get a good sound easy? ...
No problem


Are they suitable for your style of music?

Very Jazz and blues (no metal) so much happiness if it is accurate
With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
Marshall lamps

What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?

What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?

Everything is nice but soft in the knees saturation distortion (it is not made for)


For how long have you been using it?

One week
What thing do you like most/least about it?

Did you try many other models before getting this one?

I had two hundred eun ePetition
What is your opinion about the value for the price?
€ 350 bought secondhand happiness

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
For this type of guitar without problem

macko's review (Cort - TRG-2)

By macko, 30/09/2004
Made in Korea.
24 frets, jumbo frets,
2 humbucker, vintage alnico, 2 volume knobs, 2 Tone switch 3 positions
6 adjustable bridge saddles
Bigsby licensed vibrato
handle end, such strat, adjustable
Body, table, wicker covers, handle Rabl.
binding crme, orange body mtallis.
Finish copy


The neck is fast trs play little tiring. I never jou as fast!
facilitates the notches Access in acute, the 24 th box is playable trs. bars on the 20th case are no problem!
The body is hollow, so the scratch is not too heavy.
It is big enough, attention to small templates that will disappear may be the derrire TRG2
all is well in hand and is enjoyable trs.


Gniale for country, rock & roll, rockabilly, blues, jazz.
useless to try and trash the other punkitudes, it is not for a.
You can also play without the plug, ideal for evenings by the fire to calm.
The notes are always trs separate trsdtaches, never boiled. Unlike e. ... ties of the same style, or Ib .. ez.
the microphones are prcis trs.


I did that for one month is my 5th guitar.
The strings mount the original are too shallow draft (9-42) replaced by 10-46.
The TRG2 trs is dynamic, it follows your expression. Too bad there's no split to switch to simple, to add options.
The vibrato is not very usable, compared my G & L Legacy, it is especially dcoratif, sound effects are modest. The finish is awesome, the buttons are mtal full, no plastoc!
The price quality ratio is exceptional. I would have AIM test Gretsch made in Korea, but they are found. (The models are out of us is in my purse)
So I would do the same choice.

An original jazz guitar (Cort - TRG-1)

By Ben5bass, 22/10/2013
Made in South Korea.
Half body guitar shape with yeses to the original form. One neck pickup.
Settings for this is simple: volume and tone.


A gentle guitar and much more ergonomic than a big mama jazz form.
The neck is fast and comfortable.
For sound, once the strings nets installed dishes we get a sound ... jazz!


This guitar suits me and I was able to record many models with her in a jazz style, smooth jazz. It has a jazzy sound to the heat and that's all I ask.


I have this guitar for 12 years and it has great sentimental value for me.
I flashed it in stores.
What I like most is the sound I get with it.
What I dislike is that the mic tends to snore a little but nothing serious.
For quality difficult to decide price report because I've had so long.
With experience, I will opt for a more traditional jazz guitar but I do not have the means to offer me a Gibson ES 175 then this one fits the bill.