Cort Releases Sunset Series Guitars

Both feature mahogany necks and bodies with maple tops, rosewood fingerboards and TV Jones pickups.

Northbrook, IL (May 11, 2012) – Cort Guitars announced today their new Sunset Series, designed for rock, rockabilly and alternative guitarists. The Sunset guitars are available in two models, Sunset 1 and Sunset 2. Both feature mahogany necks and bodies with maple tops, rosewood fingerboards and TV Jones pickups. Sunset Series guitars come equipped with D’Addario strings, chrome hardware and are available in black and candy apple red.

Sunset 1 specifications include:

  • Bigsby B50 Tailpiece
  • Maple top on chambered mahogany body
  • Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fretboard with 12” radius
  • 22 Frets
  • Rectangular pearl inlay
  • Grover tuners
  • TV Jones Classic and Classic Plus pickups
  • One volume, one tone and three-way toggle controls
  • Single cutaway
  • Single “F” hole on body top
  • Chrome hardware
  • D’Addario strings

MSRP $1,195 USD

Sunset 2 specifications include:

  • Maple top on chambered mahogany body
  • Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fretboard with 12” radius
  • 22 Frets
  • Rectangular pearl inlay
  • Die cast tuners
  • TonePros licensed bridge with stop tailpiece
  • TV Jones Ltd. pickups
  • One volume, one tone and three-way toggle controls
  • Chrome hardware
  • D’Addario strings

MSRP $750 USD

For more information:
www.cortguitars.com

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