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Written on: 22/10/2009
Good value for your musical investment, cort price with martin value… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2008
Aesthetically, the SF 5 looks gorgeous. I was surprised at the weight of the guitar considering it has a solid mahogany back and solid cedar top, its really quite light, but this is probably because it is such a small bodied guitar.
The action is fantastic, much better than my Fender DG5 and is very easy to play.
The sound is amazing, I was sceptical about the sound before buying it because it has such a thin body compared to the Fender DG5, but I was wrong to worry.
The SF 5 has a big sound… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2008
The Cort SF5 Accoustic Guitar is a nice guitar, it is a good size and sounds good. It has a clear mid range. However, it has a 'swashy' sound when plugged in,and the frets buzz if you don't hit the middle first time… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/10/2007 by agaskew (8 reviews written)
The Cort SF5 is a 'folk' sized semi-acoustic guitar with cutaway.
Do not mix it up with a Cort SFX5 (or SFX anything). The SF5 has a slightly deeper body, and a solid top and solid back. The SFX models are thinner, and feel more like an electric guitar.
Size-wise its like a smallish acoustic.
The SF5 has a solid cedar top, and solid mahogany back and sides. The neck has some Cort special dovetail joint (woo hoo, whatever), bound neck and body, silver Grover tuners (not black like all the… Read Full Review
" The great d-25 of the early-mid 1970's " Read More
" Great for beginners " Read More
Written by Andyjosh1
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" Martin and Co are the worst agents ever " Read More