Cort Guitars Expands Earth Series of Acoustics

The Earth 300V features a solid Adirondack spruce top with Adirondack bracing, a solid mahogany back, and mahogany sides.

Northbrook, IL (March 5, 2014) -- Cort Guitars is unveiling their new addition to the successful Earth Series, the EARTH 300V and 300VF. Listening to their distributors and local dealers, the new Cort model delivers on what the customers have been asking for. Both the 300V and 300VF will launch at the 2014 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California this January and the guitars will deliver to distributors worldwide in the early first quarter.

The EARTH 300V features a solid Adirondack spruce top with Adirondack bracing, a solid mahogany back, mahogany sides. Black body binding, a teardrop tortoise pickguard, genuine bone saddle and a sunburst finish complete the body details. The mahogany neck is topped with a rosewood fretboard, and Grover vintage tuners. Each EARTH 300V features genuine bone nut and saddle, and ships with D’Addario EXP16 acoustic guitar strings.

The EARTH300VF features all of the items above and includes the addition of the Fishman Sonitone EQ and Sonicore Pickup system.

For over 20 years, the Cort EARTH Series has delivered the look and sound of golden age acoustics, striving to deliver premium tone and playability at prices everybody can afford.

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