Godin Multiac Grand Concert SA
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Godin Multiac Grand Concert SA

Multiac Grand Concert SA, Acoustic-electric nylon string guitar from Godin in the Multiac Nylon series.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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zjulos10/16/2008

zjulos's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Godin Multiac Grand Concert SA
Robert Godin Guitar, made in canada nylon rope
Characteristics of the Grand Concert SA
Mahogany
Ebony
Radius of 40.6 cm (16 in.)
Pitch of 6.5 cm (25.59 inches)
Nut 5.1 cm (2 inches)
Bedroom mahogany body
Solid Cedar
RMC electronics with 13-pin connector for direct access to the guitar synth Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 in
Natural Satin finish or Natural Gloss
Unlike the other view, the solid mahogany body gives dug the acoustic sound that sounds not amplified by the way, and it is the specificity of this godin, to have a massive box that resonates at the same time no feedback and other feedback, even if we play next to the drummer or bass player ... and mahogany very well be why, in my opinion ...

UTILIZATION

Conventional handle very pleasant, easier than any classical
rope near the handle, very easy to play
cutaway allowing access to the lowest round
guitar half body, unplugged sound slight but sufficient,
connected sound is excellent,
through the synth access (13broches) sound unlimited

SOUNDS

Terrible for the bossa, jazz, flamenco, and many other things
AER is essential to play on
clear sound very pure, very beautiful, very clean, as in the severe than in the midrange and treble

OVERALL OPINION

Two months of use, I too like crazy,
it suits me very well,
It's very personal, there is the same with other specificities, narrower neck, etc ...
it allows me to have an electric guitar with the feel of a classic as I like
You have to see what suits you best godin, for nylon, I recommend that,
is the top
the only thing is the gadget synth access,
for those who want a guitar sound, much to the model duet,
cheaper and excellent preamp
if not, you buy a Les Paul or a strato ...
Anthony6606/19/2008

Anthony66's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Godin Multiac Grand Concert SA
-Table in Cedar Solid
Body-chamber mahogany
Mahogany-screwed the box,
Button-and bridge bne super quality,
Filet-plastic
Nut-51mm,
RMC-1 Electronic sensors with 13-pin connector cord for Access in synthtiseurs The series guitar and Roland GR AX100 for Axon.
-Gloss finish.

One would prfr:

-A body in a species more luxurious than mahogany,
A net-wood!
A Spanish-heel more traditional.
-Action lower.

UTILIZATION

The neck is quite flat, it is comfortable but I prfre one of my old E30.
The action is a bit high, damage can can not lower the saddle because there is none.
A SETTING THE Truss Road is ncessaire, should not have a guitar of this price (1950 list price). In addition, the Truss Road is super misplaced and difficult to achieve.
A frieze it the right height and not that it borders, keep a fairly high action .. So it's all about compromise and I do not like compromise, especially when I put the price.
Access in acute is excellent.
The shape is slightly wider than a traditional classical drang but not at all.
It is a bit heavy but the weight is rpart so it's not a problem.
I never tried the Synth Access.
-3 For action.

SOUNDS

Then a whole world ...
And it must get into the ide one thing:
A Godin can not replace an acoustic guitar. It's not a classic.
One can, of sr, the play sound but the sound is unique.
Once we understand that we are dealing an electric guitar nylon, it's all good.

The prampli is a marvel, it has a nice range of sounds thanks to EQ mallable Will of super efficient. You can have super deep bass and treble super crystalline or keep his trs equilibrated across the spectrum. I have not seen anywhere else as much gain as clean. As against the treble can quickly gnrer of breath when pushed.

Anyway, all is bright and slamming. It is impossible to have against a tradional classic guitar sound. Not see anything with piezzos found on most conventional. That's better, more prcis Retailer and brighter. The percussion on the table are not either. While this limits all-in-the same game since you can not venture into coaching without scratching it becomes quickly loaded and therefore "draft". It was a matter plutt guitar solo. The arpges also spend much trs.

In acoustics, the sound has less scope than acoustic guitar but remains - is usable for work or even to record something special with a record in mdium.

OVERALL OPINION

Résumé to the Godin Grand Concert SA is a guitar for a classical guitarist seeking complter his acoustic guitar by electro. You can not compare it to others because it has no competition. Its mission is primarily the solo and it would be wrong to believe that even if his versatile fit all styles of music. It is the only do what it does and does it well.
Its action is too high a big handicap, the price unacceptable.
But we are often surprised by enjoyable records that do not need any treatment for the showcase. It is also a great tool scne that no feedback.
I n'enlverai one point because of the action.