Yorktown

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The Yorktown is a superbly crafted traditional hollow-body electric guitar that delivers a big, warm and full-bodied tone that its appearance implies. Featuring the old-world construction methods that contribute to its classic sound, the Yorktown features a spruce top, maple back and sides and a set-in Canadian hard maple neck. Other features include a floating bridge with fine-tuning capability, an elegant harp tailpiece, block inlays on the fretboard, vintage-style tuners, and a set of the versatile and sweet-sounding ClassicRocker-II humbuckers.

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Description

The Yorktown is equipped with our highly regarded and in-demand ClassicRocker-II pickups which use the sweet-sounding Alnico II magnets and a carefully calibrated winding pattern.
For those who want to add subtle and tasteful vibrato effects to a big full-bodied tone of the Yorktown, Cort now offers a version with the revered and much loved Bigsby B60 vibrato system.
Vintage-style tuners feature steel worm gears and small oval buttons for that classic vintage look while providing solid tuning functionality and stability.
The Yorktown is all about big and bold tone. To fully maximize the Spruce top, Maple back and sides and the hard rock Maple neck, Cort’s craftsmen have carefully set this neck into the body using a classic dovetail joint. This delivers enhanced sustain and tone.

Additional information

Construction

Set-Neck

Body

Spruce Top w/ Maple Back & Sides

Neck

Canadian Maple / C Shape

Fretboard

Rosewood or Ovangkol Radius: 305mm (12")

Frets

20 Frets / Medium Sized / Nickel

Scale

24.75"

Tuners

Vintage

Bridge

T.O.M Bridge & Bigsby B60 Vibrato

Pickups

Neck: ClassicRocker-II (Alnico II) Bridge: ClassicRocker-II (Alnico II)

Electronics

2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3way switch

Hardware

Nickel

Strings

D'Addario EXL110

Nut Width

42mm (1.65")

Additional

Gig-bag Included

Inlay

Rectangular White Pearl

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