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Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar Natural High Gloss 

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The original Multiac Nylon combines cutting-edge acoustic guitar design with state-of-the-art onboard electronics and 13-pin synthesizer access. The 25-1/2" scale, 1-7/8" nut width, and slight 16" fingerboard radius all contribute to a feel for steel string players can easily adapt to. The chambered mahogany body and solid spruce top of the guitar produce luxurious tone, and the mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard makes for smooth chord changes and lead licks. The 13-pin connector provides direct control of Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 guitar synths.

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GodinMultiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar
 
4.9

(based on 7 reviews)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I would buy this product again and again

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        Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar:

        This guitar was bought for one of my customers, he is very satisfied with it, Great store and very professional service , And can u introduce a expert to serve me and then i can buy guitars from him or her every time. Thanks.

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        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Sweet Guitar with immense capabilities

        By drfuse

        from Florida

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Extremely versatile
        • Plays Great
        • Sounds Great

        Cons

        • Documentation Non-existnt

        Best Uses

        • Solo Guitar Work

        Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar:

        The workmanship/quality of the instrument is self-evident. It's solid, in tune, and sounds great. The unique features including the neck/fingerboard, slim body, venetian cut-away, electric out and HEX OUT are what make it so impressive. A tad easier to play than a standard Nylon String, and the layered sounds of midi instruments simply put it on a whole new level.

        I emailed Godin about the need for real documentation, and they kinda blew me off. This is a serious axe, and they are not providing the detailed information, suggestions and guidelines that should accompany a professional instrument. That and a one-year warranty (also undocumented) are the only reasons I didn't give it 5 stars. The instrument is superb and deserves better.

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        (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great Guitar

        By Flynztone

        from Flint, MI

        Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar:

        This Godin Multiac is the LIVE SOUND I've been looking for. Plugged straight into mixer and running through mains and monitors. Very balanced sound, good intonation etc. This isn't a Classical Guitar however if you're looking for a great nylon sound for live performance this is it. Cuts through the mix like a knife. I purchased a Taylor NS32-CE a year ago and it's a fine guitar as long as you're playing below the fifth fret. Intonation is poor on the Taylor from the fifth fret up but the acoustic sound of the Taylor is nice it needs a comensated saddle! You can't go wrong with Godin in fact I might be looking at other Godin models in the near future

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        (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I love this thing!

        By Dan R

        from San Antonio, TX

        Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar:

        Got mine from a music student who had maybe played it 4-5 times. It still had all of the labels in the case. Guitar and case were in like-new condition.I wanted it because I've been working on a solo "smooth-jazz" guitar act w/ backing tracks that I worked on for 6 months or so before doing my first gig. Guitar plays beautifully, is tonally the most even electric acoustic (steel or nylon string) I've ever played. Onboard EQ is very helpful and easy to tweak. Synth control is almost as good as my Roland-ready Strat (probably more a function of the neck than anything else.) Very well made, but still a beautiful and natural sounding instrument. I wish I had two, so if I have a problem with the one I own I could switch to an exact duplicate.

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        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Right guitar for right sound

        Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar:

        If you are looking for the Gibson CE/CEC sound, or even a Kirk Sand sound, this is a nice substitute, for the budget minded. I got a great recorded sound almost immediately. You can use a pick or just fingers. The scale is longer than most- and if you need to make big stretches this can be a hindrance. Other than that, a great value.

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        (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I love this guitar

        By RobDog

        from Sacramento, CA

        Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar:

        This is an excellent nylon-string electric -- the best I've found short of a custom Kirk Sand for 4x the price. Sound and playability are superb. It's a heavy guitar, but get a wide strap because it's worth the weight.The neck is shaped like an electric guitar neck, only wider. Not the typical "2x4 with frets" that you find on most classicals. It has a radiused fingerboard and a thin profile -- very fast & comfortable to play. Even if you'll never ever use the synth, get the Synth Access model. I played this one and the Multiac Duet (same guitar with a Baggs pickup) back to back; IMO the pickup in this guitar has much better tone and clarity.Speaking of synth, the hex pickup in this guitar is better than most. Guitar synths are a mixed bag, and most of the limitations are caused by the synth units rather than the pickup. That said -- this guitar tracks somewhat better than a Roland-Ready Strat with my GR-30 synth.If you like to play nylon-string and you don't care about whether your guitar looks "traditional," this is a great choice.

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        (11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        The Best Electric Classical

        By Arturo

        from Milton, FL

        Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon String SA Electric Guitar:

        I struggled looking for the right sound for years. I play nylon strings, but few of the electric acoustics sounded right. Most either boomed or fed back and did not have the sweetness of a classical. However, once I played the Godin, I had to have one. At first I used it with a synth to keep from sounding repetitious or dull as a soloist. However, after awhile I realized that was unnecessary. The sound of the Godin is strong, sweet, yet never harsh. It "cuts" better than any guitar I have ever played. Meaning it does not take as much volume to be heard. Eight years later I am still playing it and still receiving compliments at outdoor festivals, Mexican restaurants, and small venue jazz fests on the beautiful sound of the guitar. The neck is a little narrower than a standard classical so I always practice on it a day or two before a gig. The tone is even all up and down the neck. I have never had an electronic problem or warpage, and have played the guitar on both continents. It does require a battery, so always have a back up. Don't leave the cord plugged in as I think this turns on the circuitry and reduces battery life.

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