G Custom is the king of the hill model in the vast and versatile G series. This series is Cort`s tribute to the classic Stratocaster, as well as the Superstrat models. The lower models have that classic style, while the top models lean more towards the aesthetics and style of the Ibanez RG series. G Custom features a solid, double-cut body made of ash base and quilted maple top. Top is carved and has Cort`s characteristic contour. Tiger Eye Sunburst is the only color scheme available for this model. Gloss finish and chrome-plated hardware complete it. Bridge section stays faithful to the series roots and offers the non-locking tremolo bridge. Pickups in it`s front are active and are installed in the classic H/S/S pattern. Maple neck is bolted to the body and it is topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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WTF? More than educating me on this guitar, the write-up above confused the socks outta me. The review says the pick-ups are passive, yet the specs details say the pick-ups are all active! Can someone help clear up the confusion?
Sorry for the mix up, the pickups on this guitar are active. The review has been corrected, thanks for pointing that one out.
Cort G Custom 4.21 out of 5 based on 1 ratings
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