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Godin Multi Ukulele  Natural HG

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This Canadian made, tenor size, electro-acoustic ukulele finds its home within the renowned Godin Multiac Series of guitars, known for exceptional am...Read More

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A stage-ready uke packed with sophisticated features.

This Canadian made, tenor size, electro-acoustic ukulele finds its home within the renowned Godin Multiac Series of guitars, known for exceptional amplified acoustic sound without feedback. The MultiUke follows suit, in its own "little" way, featuring a chambered mahogany body design, cedar top, rosewood fingerboard & bridge, custom-voiced electronics and onboard preamp with 3-band EQ.

FEATURES
  • Chambered Mahogany Body
  • Solid cedar top (Natural)
  • Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard & bridge
  • Double-function truss rod
  • 24" fingerboard radius
  • 17" Scale
  • 1.375" nut width
  • Custom voiced RMC electronics & onboard preamp with 3-band EQ - treble, mid, bass and volume sliders

If you're serious about playing ukulele on stage, this is the one to get. Order today.

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GodinMulti Ukulele
 
5.0

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Best Uses

  • Concerts (3)

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5.0

Awesome quality, Awesome value.

By SurlyUke

from Littleton, CO

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Pros

  • Excellent fit and finish
  • Good Tone
  • Quality Build

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Having fun
    • Practicing

    Comments about Godin Multi Ukulele:

    Amazing build quality. Godin is always consistent in providing the best bang for the bug.

    The Multiuke is surprisingly loud unplugged, comparable to other quality tenor ukuleles I own. It is certainly suitable for playing acoustically with other ukulele players. But it really shines when you plug it into a decent acoustic amplifier. Sweet tone and it still sounds like a ukulele but it gains the umph of a real instrument. And it is a dream to play, it is the ukulele I always reach for first now.

    I'm not as high on the gig bag as some other reviewers. It is a quality gig bag and it provides good protection but the fit is not as snug as I would prefer.

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    5.0

    Beautiful sounding

    By Arturo

    from Milton, FL

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    Pros

    • Good Tone
    • Playability

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts

      Comments about Godin Multi Ukulele:

      Full disclosure... I have been playing a Godin multiac electric classical for almost 20 years and already thought it was one of the best sounding and most affordable electric classicals. So I was getting many requests to do Ukulele music for weddings and thought I would give this a try. It is delightfully loud without plugging in and you can even hear the overtones. Also you can get clean notes with no fret buzz on up the neck (to 7 and 10 easily, higher will take practice). When plugged in and run through an acoustic amp with a little reverb it sounds harp like. The tuners are the screw type... no built in tuners, but I paid 20bucks for an external tuner. I'm happy, my wife is happy... now she wants to play and is taking lessons. I got the one with the Cedar top as it gives a more mellow tone... also for electric I put the low G on the bottom (use NiGut type strings).

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      5.0

      Perfect Ukulele for a Guitar Player

      By 56pontiac

      from Oregon

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      Pros

      • Consistent
      • Good Tone
      • Long Life
      • Strong

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Concerts
        • Practicing

        Comments about Godin Multi Ukulele:

        This axe is perfect for me and what I do. I am first and foremost a guitar player. I play the uke for my gigs and just plain old fashioned fun. I play mostly all Haole Hula (white man's Hawaiian Music) not traditional Hawaiian. I bought one and it is the third Uke I own. I love it for what I do. It is the best of the bunch for a guitar player with the radiused neck, great electronics. I really like a low G and the D'Addario Titanium strings that came on it with a high G I didn't like. They are to fat and to mellow for what I want. Here is what I did The D'Addario Pro-arte Carbon EJ99TLG (with low G are great the unwound low G is way too fat and mellow for me. I put on a aluminum wound D'Addario J5403-.036 nice and spanky!! This is an excellent choice for a stage Uke it only weighs 3 pounds. As for the weight, a Uke player that can't stand up and play a 3 pound instrument is a wussy IMO. :)

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