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.
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.
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.
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.