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Godin Multiac SA Electric Guitar
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Fantastic sound onstage along with the comfort and mobility of a slim body acoustic separate this guitar from standard pickup-equipped, flattop guita...Click To Read More About This Product
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A gorgeous blend of tradition and innovation.
Fantastic sound onstage along with the comfort and mobility of a slim body acoustic separate this guitar from standard pickup-equipped, flattop guitars. The chambered mahogany body has a solid spruce top and is feedback resistant, and the slim mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard makes for exceptional comfort and playability. The custom RMC electronics with 13-pin connector for direct control of Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 guitar synths will open up a world of new musical contexts.
- Chambered mahogany body
- Solid spruce top
- Mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard
- 16" fingerboard radius
- 25-1/2" scale
- 1-1/16" nut width
- 13-pin connector provides direct access to Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 synths
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For those of you who are like me, who are predominantly electric players who dabble in acoustic now and then, this is a great sounding and playing option. I've had mine for about 6 years now and I love it! I always get consistent sound without ever having to worry about getting that booming feedback through the soundhole, or worrying about the entire intonation of the guitar getting off because it's humid outside one day. Also is very light, I have taken it on planes with me all the time and it transports very easy. The pickup creates a unique sound in a studio situation, but I have found that the best tones come from having the guitar coming back kinda loud in a monitor mix or through a good acoustic amp and creating some natural feedback, kinda like you do with an electric. Neck is very easy to play, smooth, and the body is light enought to rest comfortably, but yet has enough weight to it so you don't feel like you're playing a piece of balsa wood. A great guitar, and money well spent!
I just picked up my Multiac SA steel yesterday and what a great axe. Killer volume and tone. Playing in a rock/blues/country cover band, rehearsing in a basement, it cuts through everything. 13 pin into a GR 20 also driving a Voicelive for harmonies, it sounds wonderful. Intonation and fit & finish are excellent. The neck and frets are the best part. It sounds pretty good just acoustic and will probably be my practice guitar. I've been looking for, and looking at these for about 1 1/2 years. It was well worth the wait. It's heavier than it looks, like an old Tele but I didn't feel shoulder sag. The top bout edge is fairly aggressive and is the ONLY down point on your arm rest position. Did I mention it looks really cool,Too!!!