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User reviews on Cort SFX products

Ceddie1974's review (Cort - SFX10)

By Ceddie1974, 02/09/2005
- In what country does she makes? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)

I think it's Coren (TBC) ... In any case, Asian, sr!

- How many frets, what kind of micro as well as their configuration?

preamp fishman prefix => 4 graph, a notch (anti-feedback), a phase and a tuner (very handy for quickly found open!)

- What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?

- What are the rglages (Volume, Tone slecteur micro ...)?

Volume, Tone Equalizer, notch, phase tuning

Complete in full!
- What type of race?


- The handle is it enjoyable?

I'm used to playing on a gibson sg ... slightly rounder and wider ... it is great! The varnish is slid in any srnit fingers!

- Access in acute (dernires freight) is it easy?

With its pan shot is a breeze!

- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

It is a small size, lightweight and easy to handle ... great for traveling, playing without connecting any garden dansle the Bard! It starts in a corner and we play!

- Gets it easy to sound good? ...

The pramp is very complete and powerful! When you see the guitar was a fear of his size ... but when the branch, the ... she bluffing everyone! In addition it is capable of much variation in its ... frankly I still discovering every day (I actually just lcher the sg for her, say!)


Appropriate are your style of music?

Yes ... I play in the rock record, and I like to try some of the funk or jazz ... it gives you all the emmne o!

- With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?

Branch, I play through a GNX4 and my Systm monitoring! Tip top!

- What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?

Fatty Fatty trs see playing in clumps .. crystalline highs ... frankly sounds a directory trs trs vast and diverse!

- What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?


- How long have you use it?

5 months ... dj MRIE and it changes ... is it the effect of wood that are up! It is massive, do we recall? It will be good one day old!

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

Its sound, its looks, handling ultra easy ... we can take it anywhere!

She goes home with a draft of a mammoth! I quickly changed before doing a steak chopped my fingers!

RULES poorly it can be a tendency in the frieze on the low E in particular ... but his fingers plaant well and with good rglage is nickel!

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

I tried other Cort, the yam, and also the Canadian takamine ... She took my favor for its sound, its original look, its discreet size, capacity has really sure acoustics despite its size ... and finally finish without any complaints (and believe me, I'm kind of fussy die!)

- How do you report qualitprix?

To hell as always cort! Yam MODELS sells between 100 and 300 euros on top without any justification from the sfx!

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

Oh yes ... It gets better every day ... it is original ... beautiful ... discrte ... we do not see every day in the hands of others ... we take the path of a pretty unique guitar!

And those who fear the Asian manufacturing can be reassured ... Cort is a level that few other manufacturers come get all national together ... even among Rican!

Cort SFX-10 (Cort - SFX10)

By MGR/Steve Cummings, 07/07/2006
Played with various rock bands during the late 70's and early 80's, then went inactive for a while, then got back into it a couple of years ago. I used both electric and acoustic guitars.

At first, I was looking to buy a low end Taylor, but came across this model at Good Guys Music in Honolulu. I was impressed with this guitar and considered buying it at their retail price, but came across a used one on Ebay and picked it up for $150.00. It was in near mint condition.

Very well made. Finish is flawless and beautiful. Action is impressive and plays better than a $800 Ibanez I previously had. Unplugged, it sounds very good for a semi-thin body acoustic, crispy with more low end than I expected. No problems with intonation. At this point, I can't say much about the Fishman pickup. I haven't put it through various types of amps and PA's yet. So far, it sounds well balanced when plugged in.

For the retail price of these guitars, I can't think of any dislikes. An ebony fret board would be nice, but that would raise the price greatly.

Construction seems sturdy and quality is better than I expected.

Overall, even at the MSRP of 795.00, this guitar is a good value and I would recommend these guitars to my friends.

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But small fishing ... (Cort - SFX1F)

By Itsu, 17/01/2014
Beautifully crafted for a Chinese manufacturing.
Featuring a massive table and Epicia with a known and reliable pre amp Fishman with integrated tuner.


A superb fishing acoustic level, it produces a very balanced and wide enough for a slim box. Quite nervous with good balance but lacks a bit of roundness.
In addition to the cutaway, the fineness of the body greatly facilitates access to acute.


His nervous side and fishing suits my personality completely my 12 year old son.


Chosen by and for my son after much trial Lag, Takamine, Fender ...
Its sound has seduced away, also fell under its charm and form, with its fine box, it falls well in hand with respect to gauge my son.
A good compromise between an acoustic guitar and travel guitar for its size.
Damage that aesthetically the rose is not as well worked as the Lag or Takamine equivalent price.

jphx's review (Cort - SFX10)

By jphx, 10/09/2005
Good evening

I tried it sounds clear enough
I intend to order wb (white blond)

see you soon



Well finished round
Action to be settled on
mild [/ i]


a slight lack of bass


Beautiful quality


Easy access to acute