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Chambered mahogany guitar body features state-of-the-art Fishman custom electronics.
The Godin Multiac Nylon Duet Ambiance acoustic-electric guitar features state-of-the-art custom electronics by Fishman, that allows the player to select between 4 individual mic settings. Choose between these blendable sound imaging mics via the 4-way selector switch. The Godin Multiac Nylon Duet is an ideal guitar for players looking for an incredible, amplified nylon string sound and feel in a live and loud band setting with virtually no feedback.
The Godin Multiac Duet Ambiance guitar, also features a 25-1/2" scale and slimmer nut width than the classically inspired Grand Concert Duet Ambiance, making this nylon-string guitar easy for electric steel string players to transition to nylon strings. This Godin guitar features a chambered mahogany body with a solid spruce top, as well as a dual source preamp with feedback control and under saddle transducer.
This nylon-string Godin guitar features state- of-the-art custom electronics by Fishman, allowing the player to blend the sound of the undersaddle transducer with 4 individual virtual microphone models.
You can choose among the 4 blendable sound imaging mics via a 4-way selector switch. Mic models include the Danish Pro Audio Small- Diaphragm Condenser Mic, Soundelux E47 Large-Diaphragm Condenser Mic, and the Schoeps CMC64G Small-Diaphragm Condenser Mic at both close-mic position and at a distance of 16".
The Godin Multiac guitars represent the crème de la crème of the acoustic-electric guitar world. Whether you're recording, performing or just looking for an incredible plugged-in sound, these acoustic-electric guitars deliver superb results.
Includes gig bag.
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Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon Duet Ambiance Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
This is louder unplugged than I imagined. Sounds great plugged in. 4 different voices to blend with the piezo. This option was more attractive to me than the synth access model. I bought a blem and couldn't be happier with the savings and great instrument. Two thumbs up!