Hi All - I'm new here - hoping to tap into your collective wisdom to ID this guitar. I found this at a yard sale ~20 years ago (for $25!!) and have searched the internet off and on over the years for a similar example, but have not been able to find any clues as to it's identity. Strat-ish shape, but with a 5-piece laminated neck-through-body. (Fits perfectly in a Strat case.) Two 'Powersound' humbuckers. Volume, volume, master tone pots. Two mini toggles - one a 3-way PU selector, the other seems to mix the HBs in series or parallel (not a coil tap). Brass or bronze bridge plate and nut. Good quality tuners. Clear, gloss finish over coarse-grained, brown-stained hardwood. It needed a bit of work at first, but it plays like a dream and has been rock solid ever since. The only issue I have with it is the 'Powersound' PUs - they're brutal, rather harsh, and lack subtlety. They'd probably be just the thing for a metal head, but that's not me. So I'm looking to replace them with something with a more mellow, vintage tone. BUT, this seems to be a rather rare axe, so I hesitate to muck with it if it has any sort of historical or collector value. Granted, this is an old Cort, not a vintage Gibson, but still... Anybody have any idea what model guitar I have? Many thanks, - John P.S. The forum is not letting me post photos, but I can take another crack at it if needed.