Cort GA-MEDX OP Grand Auditorium Acoustic Guitar w/ EQ

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The new GA-MEDX M OP is an all-mahogany model that joins the GA Series for players who love mahogany and its distinctive look and character in the Grand Auditorium body and which is more affordable and delivers outstanding performance for its price.



Construction : Dovetail Neck Joint
Cutaway : Venetian
Body : Grand Auditorium
Nut Width : 45mm (1 3/4″)
Top : Spruce
Back & Sides : Mahogany
Neck : Mahogany
Fretboard : Merbau
Frets : 20
Scale : 648mm(25.5″)
Inlay : Dot
Tuners : Die-Casting
Rosette : Abalone
Bridge : Merbau
Electronics : Cort CE306T

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With dimensions of 117mm(4 5/8″) body depth, upper bout width at 292mm(11 1/2″) and lower bout width at 405mm(16″), the Grand Regal’s body size is perfectly in between the large Dreadnought and the more intimate Grand Concert. This makes the Grand Regal ideal for both strumming/flatpicking and fingerstyle playing and suits the versatile acoustic player who prefers to have one guitar to cover a variety of sounds and playing styles.


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.


Bright yet natural with a strong and warm midrange, the beloved mahogany wood has been a standard for back and sides on premium acoustics for many decades.


The CE306T is a very versatile acoustic preamp with a large, and clear LCD display tuner that is very easy to read and offers a wide range of sounds from its responsive 4-band EQ tuned specifically for acoustic guitars that will be useful for a variety of musical applications.


The exclusive scooped surface bridge from Cort enhances sustain with greater string angle from the saddle to the body while reducing tension on the strings across the neck were less finger fatigue and improved playability.