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Cort G 300 Pro Black

Cort G 300 Pro Black; E-Guitar; American basswood body, 6mm maple top, Bolt-on roasted maple neck, Roasted maple fingerboard, 12"-16"/ 300mm-406mm compound radius fingerboard, 25,5"/648mm scale length, 24 stainless steel frets, Chrome hardware, Cort locking tuners, Cort CFA-III tremolo w/stainless steel block & plate, Seymour Duncan SH2N (Neck) & (Bridge) TB4 humbucker pickup, 1 volume and 1 tone pot, 5-way pickup lever switch, Black finish, Original strings D´Addario EXL120(009-042) nickel wound strings

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Colour Black
Body Basswood
Top Maple
Neck Maple
Fretboard Maple
Frets 24
Scale 648 mm
Pickups HH
Tremolo Cort CFA-III
incl. Bag No
incl. Case No
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Just Amazing!
Bar N, 06.05.2021
Intro:
- I got this guitar after having an Ibanez GIO for around 4-5 years, so I don't have much of an experience with other guitars.
I was looking to buy a fully-spec'ed guitar that can do it all, mostly to play clean and Polyphia stuff, and honestly - it blows my mind!

Out of the box:
- The guitar came out of tune but set-up nicely, with a slightly high action.

Neck:
- I couldn't find any measurements of this guitar's neck, but I will say it feels very similiar to an Ibanez AZ neck, but thinner the higher you go. It feels great and plays great, but not as shreddy as I would like.
- The frets are nicely leveled and feel just like butter. There are no dead frets or anything like that, nothing less to expect when it comes to stainless steel!

Bridge:
- Not much to say here, it does the job and very easy to adjust for your liking.
- After alot of adjustments to the springs (I use 10-52 strings), I finally managed to get it to stay in tune, even when using the trem bar - works just great!
- The tremolo bar cannot be "locked" in place, you just "shove" it to it's hole and thats it.

Pros:
- Roasted Maple neck
- Stainless Steel frets
- Locking tuners
- Seymour Duncan pickups
- AMAZING price for the features

Cons:
- The saddles' edges are a bit sharp to lay your hand on (sounds kinda dumb, but I wanted to mention that it's a bit uncomfortable)
- Resale would be a bit harder (but who buys a guitar to sell it, right?)

- Overall:
If you're looking for a guitar that does it all for an epic price - get this one.
It isn't as shreddy as an Ibanez, and probably not as glassy as a Fender, but after alot of research I think this is the best "Jack of all trades" guitar you can get.

UPDATE:
After a few days of using the guitar at home, I noticed a small crack in one of the upper frets!
Thomann suggested me to use glue..
Also, after further inspection I noticed there are PLENTY of glue-marks on the higher frets.
The volume knob starts to become loose and can be taken out by a slight pull, and sometimes the pickup selector gets stuck between options and yields no sound.. weird!
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Viel Gitarre für's Geld
AndyMuc, 06.09.2021
Erstaunlich gut verarbeitet. Schleifspuren am Hals und Schnitte im Griffbrett an einer Stelle verraten die Massenfertigung, ansonsten wirklich top!

Spielt sich gut, Vibrato ist recht stimmstabil.
Die besten Sounds liefert sie im "mid-gain" Bereich, die SD-Pickups passen für mein Empfinden aber eigentlich überhaupt nicht zur Gitarre, es ergibt sich so vor Allem in der Stegposition eine deutliche Überbetonung der Mitten und der Hals matscht etwas. Dadurch klingt es ganz ohne Zerre etwas flach und im high gain Bereich kratzt es - für mich - zuviel.

Die "Zwischenpositionen" sind nicht brummfrei, weil jeweils die falschen Spulen miteinander kombiniert sind, aber im Großen und Ganzen sind alle Sounds nutzbar.
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Super Gitarre die Spaß macht, mit ein paar Verarbeitungsmacken
StefanPr., 30.08.2021
Pros:
+ Ausstattung
+ (leichte) Bespielbarkeit [1]
+ Sound(optionen)

Neutral:
~ Tremolosystem ist recht stimmstabil [2]
~ 5 Wege Schalter fühlt sich billig an
~ Sattel (Nut) ist extrem scharfkantig (greift man in der Regel aber nicht an)
~ Stringtree war nicht ganz festgeschraubt

Cons:
- zwei kleine Dellen am Griffbrettrand (e-Saite 1ster und 12ter Bund, fast unsichtbar und stören eigentlich nicht)
- Lackierung an den Rändern der Bohrungen/Ausfräsungen nicht 100% durchgehend (siehe Thomann Fotos)
- "Binding" bei der Halstasche etwas beleidigt (siehe Thomann Fotos) [3]

Mein Skilllevel/Background: Hobbygitarrist

Fußnoten:

[1]: Wenn man die Edelstahlbünde und die leichten 9er Saiten nicht gewohnt ist, passiert es manchmal, dass man die e-Saite über den Halsrand schiebt.

[2]: Das Tremolo braucht wohl etwas Einspielzeit; H/B- und e-Saite waren am Anfang gar nicht stabil (loser Stringtree), jetzt sind ab und zu alle Saiten auf einmal minimal verstimmt ("Fix" durch leichte Betätigung des Tremarms), kann man mit Sicherheit mit besserer Einstellung und den üblichen Tricks verbessern, bzw könnte es in dem Fall auch an den Federn liegen?

[3]: Dazu muss ich wohl anmerken, dass das auch Taylor bei einer 1600€ Gitarre nicht wirklich sauber hingebracht hat
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