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Godin Multiac Nylon SA

Acoustic-electric nylon string guitar from Godin belonging to the Multiac Nylon series

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jeffgtjeffgt

Godin Multiac Nylon SAPublished on 07/08/05 at 01:27
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CHARACTERISTICS of Multiac Nylon SA
Mahogany neck with bne
Radius of 40.6 cm (16 in.)
Diapason 64.75 cm (25 1 / 2 inch)
Nut 4.75 cm (1 7 / 8 in.)
Acoustic chamber body Mahogany pica massive electronic RMC specially with 13-pin connector for direct ACCS SERIES GR synths of Roland and Axon AX100 Natural Satin finish or
Natural Chandelier

UTILIZATION

This is a really versatile guitar, precise and incredibly pleasant to play, very elegant look and sound.

SOUNDS

The sounds are fantastic in both electro acoustic, but do not expect the same sensations as a classic.

OVERALL OPINION

I have 7 years, I love the precision, I am wary of "slamming that" it may have to electro....…
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CHARACTERISTICS of Multiac Nylon SA
Mahogany neck with bne
Radius of 40.6 cm (16 in.)
Diapason 64.75 cm (25 1 / 2 inch)
Nut 4.75 cm (1 7 / 8 in.)
Acoustic chamber body Mahogany pica massive electronic RMC specially with 13-pin connector for direct ACCS SERIES GR synths of Roland and Axon AX100 Natural Satin finish or
Natural Chandelier

UTILIZATION

This is a really versatile guitar, precise and incredibly pleasant to play, very elegant look and sound.

SOUNDS

The sounds are fantastic in both electro acoustic, but do not expect the same sensations as a classic.

OVERALL OPINION

I have 7 years, I love the precision, I am wary of "slamming that" it may have to electro.
Fabulous as to control a synth like gr33
Excellent quality price.
Over time I am more tempted by a classical guitar maker, but it's personal.
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lorenzinolorenzino

Godin Multiac Nylon SAPublished on 10/23/05 at 07:25
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I can not be as prcis on Multiac nylon noon as I have prfr the "Duet". In any case, the 2 (duet or noon) are manufactured to have Canada.Elles 22 frets and the Duet, I can not work in afternoon, but cons I have 2 Systmes amplification: Systm is the whole sign and LR Baggs piezo there is a super capacitor microphone + 1, and can be a mix of 2, that is the same "goal" because the capacitor has a warmer sound, the piezo gives great treble. We must find the right mix position. In addition, there is a prisejack and an XLR so that you can connect to two amps and have by a "prsence" scnique without playing back the package. There is a notch filter prsence a button for the Tone ago a 3-way...…
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I can not be as prcis on Multiac nylon noon as I have prfr the "Duet". In any case, the 2 (duet or noon) are manufactured to have Canada.Elles 22 frets and the Duet, I can not work in afternoon, but cons I have 2 Systmes amplification: Systm is the whole sign and LR Baggs piezo there is a super capacitor microphone + 1, and can be a mix of 2, that is the same "goal" because the capacitor has a warmer sound, the piezo gives great treble. We must find the right mix position. In addition, there is a prisejack and an XLR so that you can connect to two amps and have by a "prsence" scnique without playing back the package. There is a notch filter prsence a button for the Tone ago a 3-way equalizer (treble, mid, bass), mahogany neck, button Ebne. In short, a great guitar for scne electric format, no cash and no rose, so feedback Reduces mort.J 'm super content.Voila what I can say the Godin Multiac Duet!

UTILIZATION

The handle of the Multiac duet is the same as the multiac noon, and is hyper facile.Un too because when I end up with another guitar, a Seagull s6 same, I find it hard to play. Accs the 22nd fret with no problem for a few aigus.Elle PSE but the weight is rparti.Pour terms of sound, what I said above is self-explanatory. And in addition to the massive table, it improves significantly Fawn!

SOUNDS

Yes, because I've mostly in the bossa nova or anything Bresillien. I dtest the trash, metal and others.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since 1998, seven years. I tried a lot of MODELS before taking it, and got a discount because the seller had used and had made some "scratch" on the rear of the guitar, which he did not affect anything and is therefore invisible situ while the rear qualitprix the report, I find my super convenience. With the exprience, I would do exactly the same choice!
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themantoostrongthemantoostrong

Godin Multiac Nylon SAPublished on 05/06/07 at 12:52
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-Mahogany
-Ebony
-Radius 40.6 cm (16 in.)
Diapason 64.75-cm (25 1 / 2 inch)
Nut-4.75 cm (1 7 / 8 in.)
Body-in mahogany acoustic chamber
-Solid Spruce
Electronics RMC-special with 13-pin connector for direct access to the synth Roland GR Series and Axon AX100
Satin-finish or Natural Gloss Natural

UTILIZATION

-For the handle, it is far from the traditional classical, I would say it is between the handle of an electro and a classic. Very facile.La button ... nothing like ebony, pleasant feeling.
-The access is very easy to acute
-Overall, the guitar is very well balanced and knows how to forget.
-At first, I was a little disappointed with the sound sonotité, a...…
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-Mahogany
-Ebony
-Radius 40.6 cm (16 in.)
Diapason 64.75-cm (25 1 / 2 inch)
Nut-4.75 cm (1 7 / 8 in.)
Body-in mahogany acoustic chamber
-Solid Spruce
Electronics RMC-special with 13-pin connector for direct access to the synth Roland GR Series and Axon AX100
Satin-finish or Natural Gloss Natural

UTILIZATION

-For the handle, it is far from the traditional classical, I would say it is between the handle of an electro and a classic. Very facile.La button ... nothing like ebony, pleasant feeling.
-The access is very easy to acute
-Overall, the guitar is very well balanced and knows how to forget.
-At first, I was a little disappointed with the sound sonotité, a little plastic snapping. Once connected, you have to play with the equalizer to find the right sound, mediums tend to "spoil" the heat and give too much flapping. The selector of the medium (which went from 800 to 1200 Hz) using a well correct that. The equalizer is very sensitive and needs of the precision.Je generally used like this:
bass 5-7 / 10
medium: 0A5 / 10
treble: 5à7/10
Add a little reverb and the sound comes directly from the 4th dimension.

SOUNDS

The sound of this guitar is a bit too energetic for my style slamming (Keziah), but when it comes to bossa and jazz, she is fabulous.
I use it mostly with a slight reverb and basta. Otherwise, a small flange or octaver depending on the cut but it's to vary as to improve the sound, which is the original magic.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for one month only, after going on an ACS slim and I confess that for my style a bit brutal, this exchange is not the best I could do. Despite the handle and a wider its a little more distinctive, I think the most appropriate ACS me, one hand for snapping less pronounced and also for the acoustic sound almost zero (hostile environment: $)
That said, it sounds crazy and deserves its stars
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rakotorakoto

Godin Multiac Nylon SAPublished on 04/06/08 at 02:47
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UTILIZATION

Channel enjoyable trs
Access in acute very easy
the new series a little heavy, it's going to sinn
we obtain a sound enough medium, ideal for acoustic jazz genre sylvain luc, or nelson veras.en any case, this guitar is a very easy to highlight in a dense mix

SOUNDS

It is well know for reglages.L eq is very sensitive. often requires removing the treble and some medium to remove claquant.Mais on arrival was a sound of ... rve very different from the ACS because of the body which is hollow ... we had to sustain and you can really sing a note in relation to the ACS ... against it by more grip over a stage monitor.
Forget the sound of Roland Dyens and...…
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UTILIZATION

Channel enjoyable trs
Access in acute very easy
the new series a little heavy, it's going to sinn
we obtain a sound enough medium, ideal for acoustic jazz genre sylvain luc, or nelson veras.en any case, this guitar is a very easy to highlight in a dense mix

SOUNDS

It is well know for reglages.L eq is very sensitive. often requires removing the treble and some medium to remove claquant.Mais on arrival was a sound of ... rve very different from the ACS because of the body which is hollow ... we had to sustain and you can really sing a note in relation to the ACS ... against it by more grip over a stage monitor.
Forget the sound of Roland Dyens and think it has to with this guitar Sylvain Luc

OVERALL OPINION

I jou Acs on for 9 years which sensor fails, and I have been a multiac an.Ce I like is that on stage, it was almost always a good sound in a context amplifier.
Q / p excellent.
when she's out, I buy the same again and again ... But we have a real classic complment for the studio and some types of repertoire (song, classical, bossa ...) especially in guitar only
Twelve o'clock high performance sensor modules for roland!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Godin
  • Model: Multiac Nylon SA
  • Series: Multiac Nylon
  • Category: Acoustic-electric nylon string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/09/2003

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