Cort Guitars Announces Grand Regal Acoustic Line

The Grand Regal line features exotic wood combinations that have never been used before in Cort's production.

San Marcos, California (May 11, 2016) -- Cort Guitars announces their new Grand Regal line of acoustic guitars featuring exotic wood combinations that have never been used before in Cort production. The new line debuts with the GA5F-MD but will include additional models to be released at a later date. The Grand Regal offers the clarity, tone, and dynamics that guitarists worldwide have come to identify with Cort’s acoustic collections.

The Grand Regal GA5F-MD features a Grand Auditorium body with solid European spruce top, Madagascar rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, and rosewood fingerboard. Each guitar is equipped with Fishman Presys EQ, 45mm bone nut, ebony bridge pins, D’Addario strings, and a sonically enhanced UV finish on the natural color.

For over 50 years, Cort has built the finest guitars and basses, representing quality and value that is unparalleled in our industry. Our mission is to exceed our customers’expectations by utilizing cutting-edge designs, hand-selected materials, and state of the art technology. Each Cort employee approaches his or her job with a sense of pride, allowing us to work as one extended family working towards one common goal: to endeavor to bring customers the finest quality instruments possible.

$599.99 MSRP

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