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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by milo, Jul 26, 2004.
post as many cort bass guitars picks
Here's my contribution. It's my Cort Josh Paul sig 5 string, a whole lot of Bass for the bucks, I think.
Here's my Cort Curbow Retro:
I've got a mirror pickguard and truss rod cover on the way for it, and a set of Thomastik Infeld Superalloy strings ready to go.
It certainly isn't going to be .
Neat looking "retro", really, but how is this even remotely a Curbow beyond the headstock again???
Um...because it was designed by Greg Curbow. That's how.
Fantastic. Carry on then. Color me surprised.
Is the Cort Curbow a decent bass for fingerstyle as well as slapping?
It's definitely a sexy bass, but I dont like the fact that its made with luthite :scowl:
I Have a Cort B5. i'll get some up soon !
Walnut-stained Cort Action with Barts.
PS- any suggestions on croppping/condencing large JPEGs?
The luthite turned me off as well and I ended up trading mine. I really liked the way it played and I thought the construction was good, but I just couldn't get past what i thought was a rather thin tone.
is it supposed to look like an Elrick so much?
You mean the bass designed by Elrick looks like an Elrick? I'm sure he'll be glad to hear that.
Ah, theres the light.
Wow, first you tell me the cort curbow is designed by Curbow himself, and NOW you tellin us the Cort Elrick is DESIGNED by ELRICK?
I'm getting light headed.
Well they never said "cort ELRICK" they said, the sig, thing. If it said Elrick i wouldnt have been so, yea.
as quoted from the Blue Collar Tour
'alchohol was involved, get off me'.
seeing as the curbow stuff is alt-materials, is Curbow "using" Cort to test new ideas without having to invest a whole lot of R&D, now that he's perfected his "rockwood" stuff for the high-dollar basses?
Just trying to figger out what the relationship between the two is.
Well, the Cort Retro is not made of Luthite--it's agathis. And, it's based on a design that he did a while back for his high end basses.
I forget how he got hooked up with Cort, honestly. But, I'm pretty sure that it's just a designer/manufacturer relationship the same as Elrick has with Cort, and Conklin has with Cort for the GrooveTools line.
What can I say? I see all. I know all. That missing sock you're looking for? Behind the couch. You can thank me later.
I had no idea Cort made the groove tools. I've been very impressed with the work on those.
And to think I could have gone thru life with two socked feet if I were only a little more thorough...
(I only own two socks)