• Main fuction of this switch is readjusting the EQ contour to transform the tone of the bass to ideally suit for the slapping and popping. Although it's possible to do this with standard EQ control knobs, this switch allows to change the mode very quickly without delaying.
  • Fishman Prefix Premium Blend Onboard Preamp Unit

    Fishman Prefix Plus T

    Fishman Presys

    Fishman Presys Blend

    Fishman Ellipse Matrix Blend

    Fishman Sonitone

    Fishman Isys Plus

    Cort CE304T
  • Electric Guitars: D'addario EXL110(046-010) & D'addario EXL120(042-009) for guitars from the Indonesian factory.
    Electric Basses: D'addario EXL165(105-045), XLB032 & XLB130 for basses from the Indonesian factory. D'addario EXL170-5SL(130-045) only for RB5(35")
    Acoustic Gutiars: D'Addario EXP 80/20 bronze light
  • Neck Relief: At 8th Fret, 0.25mm(.010") standard / 0.30mm(.012") Vintage type
    String Action: At 14th Fret, 1.6mm(1/16") to 2.0mm(5/64")
    Nut Heights: At 1st Fret, 0.5mm(.020") to 0.7mm(.028")
    PU Heights: Low E 2.5mm(3/32") / High E 3.0mm(1/8")
  • Neck Relief: At 8th Fret, 0.35mm(.014") standard / 0.40mm(.016") Vintage type
    String Action: At 14th Fret, 2.0mm(5/64") to 2.5mm(3/32")
    Nut Heights: At 1st Fret, 0.7mm(.028") to 0.8mm(1/32")
    PU Heights: Low E 3.0mm(1/8") / High E 3.5mm(9/64")
  • Neck Relief: At 8th Fret, 0.25mm(.010")
    String Action: At 14th Fret, 2.3mm(3/32") to 2.8mm(7/64")
    Nut Heights: At 1st Fret, 0.5mm(.020") to 0.7mm( .028")
  • Neck Relief: At 8th Fret, 0.25mm(.010")
    String Action: At 14th Fret, 3.0mm(1/8") to 3.8mm(5/32")
    Nut Heights: At 1st Fret, 0.65mm(.026") to 0.9mm( .036")
  • Check the condition of your instruments and readjust it following Cort Factory Set up guide first and if you can still find the string buzz on it, raise actions slightly higher following below formula.

    Buzz on 1st to 5th Frets: Raise nut Heights
    Buzz on 5th to 12th Frets: Neck Relief
    Buzz on Higher than 12th Frets: String Action

    But If you are not sure about the causes or you are not confident about what to do about the problems outlined above, it's best to consult a professional guitar technician at an authorized Cort dealer.
  • We have been using D'Addario 80/20 bronze strings for many years. While strings are a matter of personal preference. It?'s as easy as changing strings to try for yourself and see where your taste lies. The dreadnoughts and jumbos are all fine with medium or light gauge strings. But small-bodied guitars are braced lightly. So, small-bodied guitars are not suited for medium gauge strings. Use of medium gauges can damage your guitar top.
  • We want to recommend you not to use the 'polish?' on a satin finish guitars. Use a cotton cloth slightly moistened with water to wipe and clean the body and neck. I don't advise using too much wax or guitar polish. And moisture should never be used in non-finish areas, like fingerboard and bridge. Avoid polishes containing abrasives, wax, or silicone. There are some questions about silicone and the effect it has on all finishes. We do not believe that silicone will cause any direct damage to our gloss finish.
  • We have one type of wrench. L-shaped Allen wrenches are using, and the diameter is 4mm. (caution: not 3/16")
  • Simply, you can hang your strap on neck. It does no harms to the neck of your instrument to tie the strap on the paghead. The most popular location for a strap button is in the treble side heel of the neck down. Be sure to pre-drill the strap button hole, and the strap draws perpendicular to the button and it's very secure indeed. You can put the strap button directly in the heel cap. It's the easiest area to touch up if you remove the button later. Drill a pilot hole for my strap button screw. We strongly recommend the strap button be installed by an repair person.
  • Changes in humidity are the greatest danger to your guitars. High humidity can even cause wood to swell and distort. Low humidity is also bad for guitars. You should have a room humidified to 45%~48%. Especially don't allow it to get cold and then warm too quickly. Our guitars built in factories with sufficient humidity control.
  • Your original sales receipt is your verification of proof and date of purchase for validation of warranty claims. In order to validate your warranty and as a condition of this warranty, you must retain your original sales receipt or a copy. Your Cort guitar must be purchased from an authorized Cort dealer.
  • The methods for administering warranty service may vary somewhat from country to country. Please check with the Cort Distributor in your country, or the Cort Dealer from whom you purchased the product for specific details on the warranty coverage for your guitar.
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