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  • Black Pearl 6-String

    Godin ACS NylonPublished on 03/01/13 at 02:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Canada.
    Mahogany neck 22 frets
    Ebony
    Radius of 40.6 cm (16 in.)
    Tune of 64.75 cm (25 1/2 in.)
    Nut 4.75 cm (1 7/8 in.)
    Silver leaf maple body with acoustic chamber table with Cedar
    13-pin RMC system, direct access to Roland GR series synth and AX100

    UTILIZATION

    The handle Godin is an ideal compromise for this nylon playable for both electric and classical accustomed to. Versatile
    It is a solid body with well designed acoustic chamber but only designed to play amplified.
    The settings are accurate but require some getting used between setting the EQ, volume and synth.

    SOUNDS

    Ideal for all Latin music, Bossa etc ...
    I also used for jazz or control my VSTI......
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    Made in Canada.
    Mahogany neck 22 frets
    Ebony
    Radius of 40.6 cm (16 in.)
    Tune of 64.75 cm (25 1/2 in.)
    Nut 4.75 cm (1 7/8 in.)
    Silver leaf maple body with acoustic chamber table with Cedar
    13-pin RMC system, direct access to Roland GR series synth and AX100

    UTILIZATION

    The handle Godin is an ideal compromise for this nylon playable for both electric and classical accustomed to. Versatile
    It is a solid body with well designed acoustic chamber but only designed to play amplified.
    The settings are accurate but require some getting used between setting the EQ, volume and synth.

    SOUNDS

    Ideal for all Latin music, Bossa etc ...
    I also used for jazz or control my VSTI via GR20 at creating musical arrangements. .
    Beware the microphone output is powerful so be careful with some settings on your amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 months and I let her go.

    It really is an excellent and very versatile guitar moreover, is very beautiful.
    It is a bit expensive at first, but it is an investment for life.

    I tried nylon Takamine, Yamaha NCX900 The (excellent) but in the end I took the Godin for his versatility.
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  • Godin Multiac ACS

    Godin ACS NylonPublished on 06/26/01 at 15:00
    I purchased this guitar from Dorsey Music here in Boise, Idaho. The "Guitar Guy", John Mays, is a guru and let me demo different models, but THIS guitar was soooo sweet to play that I couldn't let it get away. Acquired at $799.


    This has extremely smooooth string action, has a slight curve to the fretboard, a nut width of 1 7/8" and has a great MIDI interface for the synthesizer.



    Nothing as of yet!




    SOLID!!!

    This is an incredibly flexible instrument with capabilities far beyond a straight guitar. The nylon strings provide a very smooth feel, and yet are not confined to just a nylon sound - you should hear it distorted and cranked - WOW



    This review was originally published on ...
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  • Godin ACS NylonPublished on 02/12/05 at 10:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in the United States, beautiful finish.

    Volume 3 band EQ + + obviously very sensitive, MIDI settings

    Manufacturer for information specific details ..

    UTILIZATION

    Acute very accessible neck fantastic! Thickness and width perfect for my taste, and with all nylon strings and a light weight to play UNTIL the end of the night!

    Its very easy to adjust, and I still insist on comfort PERFECT!

    SOUNDS

    So of course, is gorgeous, pure and beautiful, but it's not going for everything.

    TPSII plugged in, I got a beautiful sound as we imagine a beautiful guitar sound to be ... To my taste, it lacks a bit of shine and when you go up the treble, it can saturate fast enough. But......
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    Made in the United States, beautiful finish.

    Volume 3 band EQ + + obviously very sensitive, MIDI settings

    Manufacturer for information specific details ..

    UTILIZATION

    Acute very accessible neck fantastic! Thickness and width perfect for my taste, and with all nylon strings and a light weight to play UNTIL the end of the night!

    Its very easy to adjust, and I still insist on comfort PERFECT!

    SOUNDS

    So of course, is gorgeous, pure and beautiful, but it's not going for everything.

    TPSII plugged in, I got a beautiful sound as we imagine a beautiful guitar sound to be ... To my taste, it lacks a bit of shine and when you go up the treble, it can saturate fast enough. But hey, if you want the powerful, it takes an electro-acoustic steel string!

    In this regard, with the Godin strings more sizzle, the record clear and warm ...!

    OVERALL OPINION

    OK, I just (finally!) Have it.

    For the moment, so it corresponds to what I wanted, after 2 hours, obviously I buy it back 10 times. Especially since I got it new for € 850 Hot!

    I tried a few other nylons, but I do not compare because it was not in the same range.

    She is beautiful in an amp (I tried it on another little dream of the moment, AER60 ..), top studio and the more it will make my violin and so much more realistic MIDI!!

    + + + + I love it!
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  • Godin ACS NylonPublished on 10/25/05 at 16:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Canada, see website godin
    3-band EQ with a choice of frequency for the medium (800 or 1200 Hz)
    handle between classical and folk, flat keys

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is perfect except the sound tends blow if we push too much treble, and then a lack of dynamic flexibility in the response of strings in a game against doigts.par classic is perfect for the game the mediator in the high (very good definition). eq very sensitive (you need to know ...)

    SOUNDS

    I play on aer 60.C is the sound Sylvain Metheny (Pat and Luke, your choice). Pronounced medium.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since 7 ans.guitare very sensitive in the treble and midrange, so wide range of expression. Uneven response by......
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    Canada, see website godin
    3-band EQ with a choice of frequency for the medium (800 or 1200 Hz)
    handle between classical and folk, flat keys

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is perfect except the sound tends blow if we push too much treble, and then a lack of dynamic flexibility in the response of strings in a game against doigts.par classic is perfect for the game the mediator in the high (very good definition). eq very sensitive (you need to know ...)

    SOUNDS

    I play on aer 60.C is the sound Sylvain Metheny (Pat and Luke, your choice). Pronounced medium.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since 7 ans.guitare very sensitive in the treble and midrange, so wide range of expression. Uneven response by noon (with GR 30). Complementary to a "real" classical guitar (Takamine, Spanish guitars, etc. .. ). insensitive to feedback, so off-road choice for good value scene.Tres qualitprix.Je would do the same choice without hesitation, after 7 years.
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  • Godin ACS NylonPublished on 01/21/06 at 18:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Canada 22 frets, bridge boring. rglages prampli owls on medium low acute (except that the knob medium change practically nothing, but good). fretboard (but may also be suitable for scanning).

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable, though the strings are really far from the handle to a regular super playable archtop.
    Access in acute very easy.
    Ergonomics ok.
    we get easily a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    I use it for the bossa and it nikel. aer 60, perfect. I get a trs its rich sound that good. I do not put too much treble, I try to avoid the cot lens.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Aaaaaah, this is where I take my revenge, this is where I explain why I am not happy. I acht second hand, 900 euros, I made......
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    Canada 22 frets, bridge boring. rglages prampli owls on medium low acute (except that the knob medium change practically nothing, but good). fretboard (but may also be suitable for scanning).

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable, though the strings are really far from the handle to a regular super playable archtop.
    Access in acute very easy.
    Ergonomics ok.
    we get easily a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    I use it for the bossa and it nikel. aer 60, perfect. I get a trs its rich sound that good. I do not put too much treble, I try to avoid the cot lens.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Aaaaaah, this is where I take my revenge, this is where I explain why I am not happy. I acht second hand, 900 euros, I made the BTIS not vrifier the accuracy of the octave (pitch), and once home, After a few hours game, I realize it sounds super false string r if and half the octave, the r almost a quarter tone below ... horrible. even more horrible with conventional bridges, we can not settle. it is false, and you can do anything about it. APRS several shops, I finally found someone willing to try something. I prciser piezo pickups are the situs of the bridge, and ca further complicates the story ... magazine, they have to DCID larenvoyer godin in to see what they thought and they simply find it just silent, c'tait pretty surreal, the softphone they said "no, sir this guitar is right" .. Thank you G. APRS three months their workshop they have sent back the shop and the guy finally retrcir of the handle etc etc etc, in short, it's horrible.
    SUMMARY: GODIN GUITARS OF MET ON MARCH CARREMENT below requirements, PRUDENCE AND THEN TESTS ... good but a small mistake can happen, it's still a good brand
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  • Godin ACS NylonPublished on 07/18/06 at 13:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The ACS model multiac with midi output.
    Neck width at nut: 47mm, ideal for nylon strings and play multisyles.
    Bridge imposing (too?), Ebony fingerboard, innovative design and excellent finish.
    Only problem: the beast is heavy!

    UTILIZATION

    Here is his strong point: the handle is a real highway, ultra easy to play (as opposed to folk or classical nylon), access to acute perfect, my only concern is that I sat down and played well the stick tends from forward (bp weight distribution)

    SOUNDS

    This is a solid body, while not connected, move along.
    Connected, it depends on what:
    Carlsbrogh on my old sherwood, the center settings, the sound is clear, bass / treble balance, soft......
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    The ACS model multiac with midi output.
    Neck width at nut: 47mm, ideal for nylon strings and play multisyles.
    Bridge imposing (too?), Ebony fingerboard, innovative design and excellent finish.
    Only problem: the beast is heavy!

    UTILIZATION

    Here is his strong point: the handle is a real highway, ultra easy to play (as opposed to folk or classical nylon), access to acute perfect, my only concern is that I sat down and played well the stick tends from forward (bp weight distribution)

    SOUNDS

    This is a solid body, while not connected, move along.
    Connected, it depends on what:
    Carlsbrogh on my old sherwood, the center settings, the sound is clear, bass / treble balance, soft and warm, very powerful, many moinsélectro with its competitors (although for my taste).
    With the Roland AC60 that I bought on purpose, I am rather disappointed with the Godin, this amp is great with my other guitars, but when I plug the Godin on the channel reserved for piezo, I get a drive and its saturated no really improves control on the other hand if I branch canal mico / line is better, but worse than the Carlsbro.
    The only explanation for me is the level of output signal high on the Godin, which can saturate some amps (?).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this guitar in my recovery from shoulder surgery left his extreme playability allows me to play without aggravating my case while on my acoustic and classical was impossible.
    Since my shoulder is better but I am very attached to it and I use it to compose, perform at night with headphones, take him on vacation (I have a small headphone preamp handy), and then she knows do everything (play super fingers, pick acceptable, open tuning very well). on the other hand I have not used the game noon.
    In conclusion, I love this guitar.
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  • Godin ACS NylonPublished on 06/05/07 at 08:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Canada
    Channel 22 frets
    Piezo bridge saddle of "Excellent"

    Volume + EQ specific,
    system MIDI output jack and two 13-pin MIDI cable

    UTILIZATION

    Channel superb, large (conventional) but flat. Easy access to acute

    Very well balanced guitar and a simple but extra beautée

    SOUNDS

    The sound is beautiful, warm, powerful and sweet (that of a good classical guitar). Sounds from a clear lens, the thicker and jazzy sounds. All the sound palette is at the appointment. unless you are looking for more glitz in this case -> "steel string"

    I have not tried it on an amp but connected to a console or preamp Studio Project or a pod XT live ...

    Royal

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love this......
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    Canada
    Channel 22 frets
    Piezo bridge saddle of "Excellent"

    Volume + EQ specific,
    system MIDI output jack and two 13-pin MIDI cable

    UTILIZATION

    Channel superb, large (conventional) but flat. Easy access to acute

    Very well balanced guitar and a simple but extra beautée

    SOUNDS

    The sound is beautiful, warm, powerful and sweet (that of a good classical guitar). Sounds from a clear lens, the thicker and jazzy sounds. All the sound palette is at the appointment. unless you are looking for more glitz in this case -> "steel string"

    I have not tried it on an amp but connected to a console or preamp Studio Project or a pod XT live ...

    Royal

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love this guitar. for me in class is one of the best electro-acoustic nylon market compared with a Takamine Nylon Country TAN60C I prefer the handle of the Godin
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  • Godin ACS NylonPublished on 06/12/09 at 02:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Canada.
    22 frets. Microphones in the six individual frets for the amplification and Roland MIDI pickup system.
    Preamp with volume, three tone settings (treble, mid, bass), setting a balance between midi and audio and two buttons to scroll through programs noon.
    Bolt and adjustable.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice and very playable.
    Access to the treble is great until the 17 th fret.
    It is a carefully thought guitar in terms of ergonomics and more like an electric than a folk in this area can be performed as easily stand seated.
    The acoustic sound, nice, is not comparable with an acoustic guitar luthier, but that connected this guitar makes it worthwhile: its......
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    Made in Canada.
    22 frets. Microphones in the six individual frets for the amplification and Roland MIDI pickup system.
    Preamp with volume, three tone settings (treble, mid, bass), setting a balance between midi and audio and two buttons to scroll through programs noon.
    Bolt and adjustable.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is very nice and very playable.
    Access to the treble is great until the 17 th fret.
    It is a carefully thought guitar in terms of ergonomics and more like an electric than a folk in this area can be performed as easily stand seated.
    The acoustic sound, nice, is not comparable with an acoustic guitar luthier, but that connected this guitar makes it worthwhile: its magnificent entrance before beginning finer adjustments.

    SOUNDS

    I plugged into an amp Schertler (Unico or David, I have two) or a sound system via a 01v 96 v2. In all cases the sound is crystalline, clean and very easy to put in a mix.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a decade. It's a very ergonomic guitar scene with which it was immediately great sound without ever having any problems with feedback. Lunchtime is very useful for dealing with software or sequencer either directly mixed with the sound of the guitar sounds rather with a pad chord playing mostly in ballads. In a game I do not use very rhythmic noon, but it is possible with a Roland Vguitare example.
    The quality / price is good considering that this is a pro instrument.
    It's one of my seven guitars that makes clear what is done and why it is precisely in this niche, the only choice is between different Godin! For what it can not have six other guitars.
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