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hile there are myriad convincing arguments for the exploration of various soundboard woods, many players (this reviewer included) have fallen for the dark, woody charms of an all-mahogany instrument. It’s at guitarists like us that Cort’s new Core-OC Mahogany model is aimed, although spruce-top and all-blackwood configurations are also available, with solid woods employed

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