AC160CF NAT

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The traditional style AC models have been re-engineered to improve resonance for an authentic classical guitar sound. The nice combination of tone-woods yields a traditional, deep and delightfully mellow tone. Cort AC series is very forgiving of student mistakes,requiring slightly less precision and sharpness for a good tone.

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Description

Spruce provides an ideal balance between strength and flexibility, hence its overwhelming popularity as the wood of choice for tops of acoustic guitars. Spruce’s versatile sonic character makes it ideal for a variety of musical genres and playing styles.
Fundamentally similar to rosewood in sound, the Macassar ebony produces a deep and lush lows and transparent highs. The Macassar ebony’s gorgeously detailed grains add a luxurious high-end look and is often used as a replacement for rosewood for those seeking an upgraded aesthetic.
The wood rosette adds a high-end boutique look that will never go out of style.
The volute makes the player’s left thumb feel comfortable during playing to enhance playability.
Features 2-band EQ, LED tuner and phase control along with Sonicore pickup for the signature Fishman sound.
The coated classical nylon strings resist discoloration and corrosion better than standard strings while retaining liveliness and power. Even after the guitar hasn’t been played for weeks or months at a time sitting on a stand or stowed away in its case, the strings still look, sound and feel fresh.

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Construction

Dovetail Neck Joint

Cutaway

Venetian Cutaway

Body

Classic

Nut Width

52mm (2.05")

Top

Spruce

Back & Sides

Macassar Ebony Back and Sides

Neck

Mahogany

Binding

Black Binding

Fretboard

Rosewood or Merbau

Scale

25.6"

Bridge

Rosewood or Merbau

Pickups

Sonicore Pickup

Electronics

Fishman Isys Plus Preamp

Strings

D'Addario EXP46N Strings

Bracing

Traditional Fan Bracing

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