What has historically been one of the company’s best-selling products is receiving an upgraded, multiple abalone rosette inlay, body and neck binding, advanced scalloped x-bracing and genuine bone nut and saddle.

Northbrook, IL (April 14, 2011) – Cort Guitars has enhanced the Earth 100 acoustic for 2011. What has historically been one of the company’s best-selling products is receiving an upgraded, multiple abalone rosette inlay, body and neck binding, advanced scalloped x-bracing and genuine bone nut and saddle for enhanced tone and performance.



The Earth 100 is a dreadnought body acoustic guitar made of a solid sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides. The neck is also made of mahogany and adorned with a rosewood fretboard. Each of the woods used are selected for tonal qualities, aesthetics and durability. The guitar is available in a clear gloss finish, black gloss finish or a natural satin finish and comes equipped with D’Addario EXP16 strings.

Specs:
Solid sitka spruce top
Mahogany back and sides
25.3” mahogany “C” shape neck
Rosewood fretboard
Dovetail neck joint
Ivory binding
White dot inlays
Rosewood bridge
Advance scalloped x-bracing
D’Addario strings

MSRP start at $359.00 US.

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