The Cort KX507 MS – Thoroughly Modern

It’s no secret how much we here at Bothners, love Cort guitars. High quality, modern, player-focused design, and of course, affordable.

This modern, player-focused design is especially true for the KX series. A double cutaway design that offers easy access to the 24-fret neck, the KX models are as sonically powerful as they look.

We’re going to take a specific look at the KX507MS, Cort’s flagship 7-string multi-scale guitar. Let’s take a look at what this beast has to offer.

The Look

The Features

Poplar Burl Top on Mahogany Body

The strikingly figured Poplar Burl top and Mahogany body complement each other perfectly to produce a warm yet punchy high-midrange sound that will cut through the mix with authority.

Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker Set for 7-Strings

Original and totally re-imagined, Fishman Fluence pickups are free from the hum, noise and frustrating inductance issues that plague even the most coveted wire wound pickups— revealing pure, uninterrupted and musical tone.

1 Volume & 1 Tone Push/Pull Knob
with 3 Way Pickup Selector

The push/pull function on both the volume and tone knob in combination with 3 way pickup selector unleashes the full potential of the Fishman pickups.
– Volume Push/Pull: Voice1/Voice2
– Tone Push/Pull: Full Humbucker/Coil-Split

Individual Hardtail Bridge

Individual hardtail bridge unit for each string that feeds through the body results in greatly improved sustain, superb string separation for greater articulation and precise intonation.

7-String Multi-Scale (25.5” – 27”)

Get tight and punchy low-end for the low-B and low-E strings with the extended scale length while maintaining the familiar feel and tension on the treble strings. The neutral fret is now on the 8th position for more natural spread angle of the frets.

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