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Godin LG P90 Electric Guitar
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The handcrafted mahogany neck sits deep in the mahogany body for excellent energy transfer between neck and body, and the string-thru-body bridge inc...Click To Read More About This Product
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The handcrafted mahogany neck sits deep in the mahogany body for excellent energy transfer between neck and body, and the string-thru-body bridge increases resonance even further. The pickups and bridge are recessed into the body to give your picking hand more comfort and flexibility. Inspired by classic, all-mahogany electric guitars, this LG comes with 2 Seymour Duncan P-90 pickups controlled by a 3-way switch, volume, and tone controls. The 24-3/4" scale enhances the LG's bottom end and bendability, perfect for heavy blues and rock.
- Mahogany body
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Seymour Duncan P-90 pickups
- 3-way switching
- Volume and tone controls
- Sculpted bolt-on neck joint
- 24-3/4" scale
- 16" fingerboard radius
- 1-11/16" nut width
Reviewed by 12 customers
i bought this guitar because i wanted a hotter and more interesting lead sound, and i was immediately blown away by the natural sustain, the craftsmanship, and the playability. add to that a no-frills, highly functional design, and it's one of the best values on a guitar i've ever gotten.
Godin LG P90 Satin Finish. The satin finish is a bit boring, but I love feel of the guitar and the sound of the P90s. Basically perfect for every style of music, but mainly classic rock and clean. I learned to use the volume knob on the guitar alot, because these pickups are pretty hot and normally sound better to me turned down a little. I dont play metal, so I am not sure about that. The wood was kind of sensitive to humidity at first so I was having a little problems with tuning and and sustain, but all is good now. It's light, unlike a Les Paul; feels very heavy duty, unlike an SG; and the quality is outstanding, unlike a Fender. I don't know much about Godin, but I like this guitar. I been playing 15 years and went through about 15 guitars, I owned alot of brands and styles and I this is the only guitar that I really liked. I played the guitar directly through my computer speakers into my headphones and the tone was outstanding with no effects. I can't wait to play through a tube amp someday. Sounds great through a Roland cube 60 though.
I researched my Godin LP for a few months and played other models before buying. The guitar is handcrafted from Canadian hardwoods and assembled in New Hampshire. I could not find the model I wanted at music stores in the area so I order it on line. I could not get the trans. red and took the congac burst. My Godin LP P-90 arrived and I was wah struck by beautiful finish. When I put in my hands it fit like glove. There was a quality assurance tag on the guitar that was signed by everyone that worked on my guitar. The sound is as good as the craftmenship. I play blues and the p-90 pups really bite. I've played most every brand of guitar and Godin gets my vote.
I walked into a guitar store as I often do, not even really meaning to buy anything. I picked up this funny, somewhat ugly gold TV finish Godin. Great setup, I liked the super simple electronics, played nice, balanced well. Then I plugged it in. *BOOM*. Despite a Les Paul, some nice Fenders, and whatnot, this guitar is now my main. I use this guitar -> Analogman Sunface -> Dr.Z Maz Sr. and almost everytime I play people come up and go *what!?!?!?!!?*. Amazing 3-D clarity, ridiculous control from pick/volume, etc... once you get your head and hands around how it works the guitar, the amp, everything just go away. It's just you and the attack with the chimey of a vintage strat and the bloom of a cherry gibson, highly recommended.
Our band reunited after 33 years so I took some lessons and my teacher told me about this guitar. I bought it and it's a sleeper of quality and sound. The guitar doesn't sound that good acousticly but through my Fender Hot Rod Deluxe the crunch and tones are terrific. Now all I use for songs that require overdrive is a tube screamer. One last thing; if you own this guitar try Paul Reed Smiths 9.5 strings. You will love the tone from these strings.
This guitar is AMAZING! There's one at the local music store, I play it every time I go there. The pickups are wicked, they sound like a really hot Strat pickup clean, but hit them with distortion and they turn into monsters. The tuners are top-notch, and the headstock is the perfect angle for both break-resistance, and tuning stability. All around total *SCHWING*!!! guitar. Great guitar for beginner, gigging musician or anybody for that matter. Wouldn't change a thing.
This LG P90 is a great addition to my fleet. I own (2) PRS guitars that are my main go to guitars and this Godin is a nice addition with a voice all it's own. The quality is very good - these instruments are highly under rated.
If a Les Paul and a Telecaster mated, you would get something like this guitar. I mean that in the best possible way because it offers the best of both worlds and delivers it in a very innovated, no-nonsense package. The tone is incredible. I have a PRS SE Custom and a Baja Tele and find myself gravitating toward the Godin LG P90 as much if not more than the others. It is one of the best values in an electric guitar that I can think of.
I'm really impressed with the quality and the way this guitar feels. Great sound out of the P90's (even my wife noticed a big difference in sound). I love the feel of the neck and would recommend this one to anyone looking for a great guitar at a great price! Well done Godin!
I was looking for s Les Paul with P-90's, but did not want to spend in that price range. Looked at the DC faded models, did not appeal to me. I came across this Godin LG P-90. One of the best purchases I made. Godin used to make the necks for Fender years ago. I also own a Godin Flat Five X semi hollow guitar w/ a LR Baggs bridge pickup. Great & versatile Guitar! Godin is an Canadian Company, there Guitars are made in New Hampshire. There is a feel of quality with this instrument. Jumbo frets with a 16"radius which is more flat than your standard fret board. Ever since my guitar tech said to me that his favorite pick ups were the P-90's my search began. The Guitar really struts it's stuff when you solo. If you looking for American Quality, at an affordable price with P-90's, this guitar is a great choice. By the way the cherry transparent finish is gorgeous!