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Godin ACS-SA KOA Nylon Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The ACS-SA KOA Nylon Acoustic-Electric Guitar blends classical guitar concepts with elements of solid body design. The incredibly comfortable neck fr...Read More
The ACS-SA KOA Nylon Acoustic-Electric Guitar blends classical guitar concepts with elements of solid body design. The incredibly comfortable neck from the Multiac Nylon is used here with a maple body and a stunning, figured koa wood top. Although the body is chambered, response from the top is more typical of a solid body design than that of a traditional acoustic guitar. This design results in an instrument that is virtually free of feedback, making it easy to use even when the band gets loud.
The engine includes individual transducer saddles powered by a customized preamp system from the RMC Pickup Company. This system not only produces superb amplified sound, but also produces a hexaphonic output through a 13-pin connector enabling direct access to Roland GR-Series guitar synthesizers.
Includes gig bag.
Great sounds and playability with a highly distinctive top.
- Mahogany neck
- Richlite Fingerboard
- 16" fingerboard radius
- 25-1/2" Scale
- 1-7/8" nut width
- Chambered Silver Leaf Maple body with cedar top
- Figured koa wood leaftop
- Custom RMC electronics with 13-pin connector for direct control of Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 guitar synths
- Natural high-gloss finish
- Includes gig bag
Enjoy the distinctive beauty and gorgeous nylon sounds of this special guitar. Order today.
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Comments about Godin ACS-SA KOA Nylon Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
This guitar is stunningly beautiful. It played great right out of the box, with no adjustment necessary. Like my other Godins it has that superb feel of a high quality instrument. Because it is a solid body classical it produces virtually no sound when not plugged in, making it great for practicing scales in the wee hours when others are sound asleep. The killer on this guitar is that when I plugged it into my Roland amp, it sounded so cheezey that I couldn't believe my ears. Unless I rolled the treble completely off, the first two strings sounded like a plastic Gene Autry. I can't believe Godin sent this instrument out. I sent it back.