Cort Announces Limited Edition Stephen Jensen Models
KX5 FR-TF

Cort Guitars announces a limited edition series of guitars featuring the custom artwork of artist Stephen Jensen.

Northbrook, IL (June 18, 2013) -- Cort Guitars announces a limited edition series of guitars featuring the custom artwork of noted artist Stephen Jensen. The series includes the KX5 FR-TF and KX5-TF electric guitars and the NDX-TF acoustic guitar. Each model will be available in limited quantities, built with the finest materials and adorned with the exclusive artwork.

The Cort KX5 FR-TF is a solid basswood body double cutaway featuring white body binding and a Canadian hard maple bolt on neck featuring a 15 3/4” radius, 24 fret, rosewood fretboard with rectangular white pearl inlay. The 25 1/2” scale guitar features black hardware such as die cast tuners and a the Double Locking III tremolo system with a single volume and single push/pull tone controls with a 3-way toggle selector for the MB-2F and MB-2R Motherbucker pickups. The guitar comes complete with the D’Addario EXL 110 (10-46) strings.

The Cort KX5-TF is outfitted with identical features of the KX5 FR-TF but has a T.O.M. bridge and string-thru body in place of the tremolo system.

The Cort NDX-TF is a mahogany back and sides, solid Sitka spruce top acoustic guitar with ivory body binding. The 25.3” scale length guitar features a mahogany dovetail neck, rosewood fretboard, white block inlay, Cort’s CE304T EQ with ceramic pickups and the D’Addario EXP16 strings.

MSRP for KX5 FR-TF is $530.00 USD
MSRP for KX5-TF is $459.00 USD
MSRP for NDX-TF is $499.00 USD

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