Godin Multiac Grand Concert HG

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Godin Multiac Grand Concert HG

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Manufacturer's ID: 12817

What we say:

Godin have well and truly cornered the market with forward-thinking instruments like this. Lying somewhere between a classical guitar and a solid body guitar with chambers, the ACS bridges the gap between traditional nylon string guitars and technology-based playing. By this we mean taking advantage of the hexaphonic pickup and 13-pin connector to play the ACS through guitar synths like the Roland GR series. This opens up your sound to include pianos, strings, synths, brass and anything else your imagination can invent!

So, this innovative instrument is made of Maple for the chambered body, Cedar for the top and Mahogany for the neck with luxurious Richlite fingerboard. The body is larger than other Multiac models to give a more traditional feel for players who need that. This has been further emphasised by the wider fretboard: the nut is 2" wide for an accurate classical feel. The neck also has a 25.59" scale length and a super flat 24" radius. These larger dimensions are important for players who've learned a lot of their technique on traditional classical guitars..

It's also virtually feedback-free so your plugged-in nylon string tone will hold it's own on even the loudest stages. It comes as no surprise that top players like Roger Waters, Robin Finck of Nine Inch Nails and Ian Thornley of Big Wreck use these Godin models live night after night. If you require top notch nylon tone with synth access and no feedback then this could be finding its way on to your stage too!

Specification

Body

Two-Chambered Mahogany

Neck

Mahogany

Fingerboard

Richlite

Scale Length

25.66" (651.764 mm)

Nut Width

2" (50.8 mm)

Color

Natural

Finish

High Gloss

Case

Gig Bag

Series

Multiac

Top

Solid Cedar Top

Fingerboard Radius

24" (609.6 mm)

Nut Type

Graphtech

Frets

19

Machine Head Ratio

16:1

Bridge and Tailpiece

Richlite

Controls

On-Board Preamp

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4 (1 reviews)

Great guitar that plays really well.

Graham W. - 21/1/2020