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«  Black Pearl 6-String »

Published on 03/01/13 at 02:33
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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