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Total GuitarMay 3, 2015, 12:16 GMT
An affordable mini-chorus with sweet, shimmering tones.
Simon Bradley (Total Guitar)May 2, 2015, 12:11 GMT
It's well made, sounds fine both acoustically and amplified, and comes in at a decent price - that's all we could ask for.
Total GuitarMay 1, 2015, 15:02 GMT
Good with single coils, but works OCD-style wonders with a humbucker-equipped guitar.
Total GuitarApril 30, 2015, 15:08 GMT
The low-gain tones aren't up to much, but if you're after hot-rodded JCM-esque sounds, the Little Blaster is a steal.
Simon Bradley (Total Guitar)April 30, 2015, 12:03 GMT
If this turns out to be your first all-mahogany acoustic, you won't regret your purchase.
Total GuitarApril 28, 2015, 16:25 GMT
Respectable delay tones at a bargain price and in a solid, albeit tiny, footprint.
Simon Bradley (Total Guitar)April 28, 2015, 12:52 GMT
We're big fans of this guitar and, aside from the rough frets - solved in minutes with a polishing kit - it's highly recommended.
Michael Brown (Total Guitar)April 23, 2015, 12:00 GMT
It may be a bit vanilla for some, but this is a great-playing slice of contemporary electric.
Rob Laing (Total Guitar)April 22, 2015, 16:00 GMT
At this price, we were surprised by the DME's performance, and if you're new to acoustics, this is an inviting guitar for the home and open-mic stage.
Michael Brown (Total Guitar)April 20, 2015, 13:42 GMT
A no-nonsense rock guitar with versatility and playability that surpasses double-cuts at double the price, we can't recommend this Cort enough.
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