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Godin A5 Semi-Acoustic 5-String Bass with Synth Access
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The Godin A5 Semi Acoustic bass with synth access, features the endless sonic possibilities brought to you by Custom Godin electronics. The A5 is equ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Expand your bass playing with the world of MIDI!
The Godin A5 Semi Acoustic bass with synth access, features the endless sonic possibilities brought to you by Custom Godin electronics. The A5 is equipped with an under-saddle ribbon transducer and preamp by L.R.Baggs, and a 13-pin output jack, allowing the player to connect to 13-pin devices as the Roland GR-55 (our sku #H70990) and computers via MIDI.
The A5 also produces superb acoustic bass sounds from an instrument that is only slightly larger than a standard solid body bass and much lighter. The 2-chambered body design resists feedback as well as the negative effects that loud stage levels can have on top vibration. Vibration of the solid cedar top is further controlled by a cello inspired bracing pattern.
- Rock maple neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 16" fingerboard radius
- 34 " scale
- 1-13/16" nut width Two-chamber silver leaf maple body
- Solid cedar top
- 13-pin output for synth access
- LR Baggs ribbon transducer and custom preamp
- Volume, mid, treble and bass controls
- Natural semi-gloss
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Comments about Godin A5 Semi-Acoustic 5-String Bass with Synth Access:
I have the fretless A5 5 string bass like this one. Don't let the acoustic body and simple looks fool you. it's the first acoustic i purchased that has a cello bracing under the top board to prevent feedback. The 13 pin midi pickup built in, flawlessly tracks with The Roland VB-99 bass system. It has a beautiful natural fretless sound without the Roland VB-99. I took the low B off and put in a high C for solos. The Gig Bag is a top of the line looking case. I use this bass on every gig I play.