Cort Guitars have introduced the 200ATV (Aged to Vintage) Series, a new line of acoustic guitars that prioritises tone and sound quality over cosmetic upgrades to deliver the most refined acoustic experience possible.
Featuring a smaller sitka spruce body reminiscent of a 1920's Orchestral model, the Cort 200ATV delivers a rich tone with a level of dynamic responsiveness from the hand-scalloped internal X-bracing that defies the guitar's small size. This makes the 200ATV a perfect guitar for fingerstyle, particularly with the addition of a comfortable 1 3/4" nut width.
To further appease tone fiends, the Aged to Vintage series includes Pau Ferro back and sides, featuring a thick midrange response similar to that of Indian Rosewood. Other premium additions to the series include an ebony fretboard, bridge and bridge pins, as well as a geniune bone nut and saddle and Grover tuners for maxmium stability. It looks like this series is going to a be a hit with bare bones players looking for a decent acoustic with no over-the-top additions, and we can't wait to get our hands on one.
For more information on the Cort 200ATV Series, check out their Australian distributors Lamberti Brothers.