Cort Guitars Releases the CR230

An LP-style guitar with EMG HZ SRO OC1 pickups, coil taps, and a tune-o-matic bridge.

Northbrook, IL (August 20, 2014) -- The CR230 is the latest addition to the Classic Rock single cut series from Cort Guitars. Capitalizing on the success of the CR line, they have modernized the new CR230 for even more appeal.

The single cut mahogany body features a black finish outfitted with EMG HZ SRO OC1 pickups, two coil taps operated by the two push/pull tone controls, two separate volumes, a traditional tune-o-matic bridge and stop tailpiece, nickel hardware and vintage cream colored pickguard and bezels. The mahogany set in neck is topped with a rosewood fretboard and offers a 24.75" scale length for a classic feel with modern tones.

MSRP: $565.00 USD

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