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Godin Solidac Flamed Maple Top Electric Guitar
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Combines a humbucker-single-humbucker pickup configuration with a transducer-equipped tremolo bridge for acoustic sounds. Sports an ultracomfortable ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Combines a humbucker-single-humbucker pickup configuration with a transducer-equipped tremolo bridge for acoustic sounds. Sports an ultracomfortable mahogany neck with a rosewood fingerboard and a silverleaf maple body with a quilted maple top. Individual outputs are provided for the magnetic pickups and the bridge, with the bridge output doubling as a mix out for both signals when used alone. The internal preamp is voiced to produce excellent acoustic sound.
- Silverleaf maple body with a flamed maple top
- Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard
- Godin H-S-H pickup configuration
- L.R. Baggs X-Bridge transducer for acoustic sound
- 5-way switch
- Electric and Acoustic/Mix outputs allow you to blend the pickups and transducer signals
- 16" fingerboard radius
- 25-1/2" scale
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I got this soldiac as a gift so I really can`t complain about the price. The neck`s wide wich is good if you play clasical guitar. The piezo under the bridge is good, its got a sound too bright for my taste but its still good. The electric pickups are just ok, I`m going to change them as soon as I can. Overal is worth buying.
I bought this guitar because I thought it sounded cool and I didn't need synth access. I have been extremely happy with it since I got it. I own several guitars, and the Solidac is my favorite. My second favorite guitar, a Gibson Flying-V with EMG 89 & 81, is very good. It has that hard rock sound and great sustain and punch that come with active pickups. The Solidac somehow outdoes the the EMG's for punch and sustain (it is a complete mystery to me). With the five different pickup choices, finding the sound you're looking for is easy. The piezo pickup is cool, but after playing it for a while, it's just a sidethought.Overall, a great sounding guitar and value.
I thought about buying an Epiphone SG or a mexican HSS Strat, but the seller(and a friend of mine) wanted me to try the Solidac. I can't live without it since then!!! It delivers the powerful Gibson sound on Humbucker settings and the familiar strat-like vibration on intermediate settings. The factory pick-ups are really good, although I'd like to compare with a Duncan-equipped Godin some day. The only problem I had was an erratic volume switch after a week but was replaced within days. The action and harmonics are now off but it is probably due to various abuses and Qubec weather variations. This guitar is extremely versatile as I range from folk to blues to metal. The acoustic transducer(2nd jack) is awesome providing you play it through an acoustic amp. Sounds great, easy to play, stays in tune for a while. Such a DEAL!!!
this guitar's versatile, comfortable, and easy to play with great sound. the accoustic sounds reaL enough and the distortion's just hot! it just sounds great no matter wat u're playing. no complains.