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  • alfred_doloralfred_dolor

    Great guitar

    Godin Multiac Jazz SAPublished on 12/26/13 at 14:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufacturing Canada
    Everything has been said in previous reviews.
    The guitar is quite heavy and requires a wide strap, for those who play standing.
    However, its handling is excellent (we soon feel they have never played as well)
    10/10

    UTILIZATION

    Seated is very comfortable thanks to its thin body and ergonomic shapes.
    Access to acute is perfect
    Side sounds palette is surprising
    The mixture of the humbucker and piezo noon allows originality of infinite sounds.
    Still she manages to surprise me
    The humbucker only allows a very jazzy sound, round and fat
    The piezo brings clarity and harmonics and can possibly be used alone
    Least 1 weight

    SOUNDS

    I pla…
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    Manufacturing Canada
    Everything has been said in previous reviews.
    The guitar is quite heavy and requires a wide strap, for those who play standing.
    However, its handling is excellent (we soon feel they have never played as well)
    10/10

    UTILIZATION

    Seated is very comfortable thanks to its thin body and ergonomic shapes.
    Access to acute is perfect
    Side sounds palette is surprising
    The mixture of the humbucker and piezo noon allows originality of infinite sounds.
    Still she manages to surprise me
    The humbucker only allows a very jazzy sound, round and fat
    The piezo brings clarity and harmonics and can possibly be used alone
    Least 1 weight

    SOUNDS

    I play a little all styles of classic jazz (sextet) to rock to blues, bossa, even the "variety" and this guitar has always covered my needs
    Associated with GR55, an old vg88 and aer compact 60 amp as it can do everything (but not me ...)
    Played alone without pedals, it has a very good sound and jazz mixed with the piezo gives a beautiful rendering.
    10/10

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost ten years (already!) And it still attracts me so much.
    I tried many guitars and I possesses some (strat, 335, Martin) but this one is very versatile with very classic and very modern sounds
    His biggest flaw is its weight
    But if you play sitting like me you find it very comfortable and you play for hours
    I would do this choice without hesitation, moreover, it is really beautiful and very class
    10/10
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  • Lefebvre NicolasLefebvre Nicolas

    Godin Multiac Jazz SAPublished on 02/14/12 at 13:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The violin is spotless, spruce table is sumptuous. Electronics arch-complete.

    UTILIZATION

    Round comfort despite a super long tune. The guitar is very heavy cepandant.

    SOUNDS

    The humbucker and nut sensors multiply the refinements possible, let alone MIDI. This is on the other hand of sounds modern, fusion and jazz.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very nice and good guitar. No complaints, if not its weight and pace. Cepandant in the same category I much prefer the Yamaha aex 1500.
  • bricecaillebricecaille

    Godin Multiac Jazz SAPublished on 02/09/05 at 13:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Canadian guitar prototype as a three voices:
    Micro-type jazz with serious tonalitbr volume and />-piezo bridges
    Sensor Intgr GK2A twelve o'clock

    Diapason and action by rglage bridge.
    Light wood finish Spruce beautiful.
    Beautiful finish.
    Book in good tui Gibson type.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is fabulous, well-rounded, with a good varnish trs. Dplacements prcis.
    Irrprochable jumbo hoop.
    Seu BMOL, a little heavy (4 to 5 kg), but with such good quality wood and so many things in the belly, I grant him without any rticence.
    Godin Congratulations!
    A great guitar.
    Accs AIGS to super.
    Form surprising but you soon.

    SOUNDS

    The configs are many, a couple of v…
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    Canadian guitar prototype as a three voices:
    Micro-type jazz with serious tonalitbr volume and />-piezo bridges
    Sensor Intgr GK2A twelve o'clock

    Diapason and action by rglage bridge.
    Light wood finish Spruce beautiful.
    Beautiful finish.
    Book in good tui Gibson type.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is fabulous, well-rounded, with a good varnish trs. Dplacements prcis.
    Irrprochable jumbo hoop.
    Seu BMOL, a little heavy (4 to 5 kg), but with such good quality wood and so many things in the belly, I grant him without any rticence.
    Godin Congratulations!
    A great guitar.
    Accs AIGS to super.
    Form surprising but you soon.

    SOUNDS

    The configs are many, a couple of votes.
    The sound possibilities are incredible.
    I possde pramp with a Mesa Boogie V-twin and a GR33 pdalier twelve o'clock, and pedals-Ernie Ball volume and M300 TC Electronics.
    It dchire srieusement.
    In concert, it allows a rare versatility.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Acquired nine months ago, it just surprise me every time ...
    His versatility is his ultimate weapon.
    Excellent qualitprix.
    A discovering absolutely.
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  • smoothlicksmoothlick

    Godin Multiac Jazz SAPublished on 03/09/06 at 07:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufacturing Canada / US ...
    Table pica (spruce for English) mahogany body, mahogany neck (round) with key in bne.

    Mini humbucker (neck) + piezo (6 sensors, one under each string) + MIDI converter or two output jack (only one humbucker, piezo another humbucker +) and an output 13-pin GK-compatible (for synths and ACCS roland pedals GR, VG, etc. ...). Rglages spars for humbucker and piezo, rglage mixing the two sounds ...

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fabulous (prcis fast, although quite big and round) and feel trs enjoyable (the bne).
    Trs good sound that can be sculpted with great orcision (shuffled piezo and humbucker)
    Very easy to play despite his weight

    SOUNDS

    Trs e…
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    Manufacturing Canada / US ...
    Table pica (spruce for English) mahogany body, mahogany neck (round) with key in bne.

    Mini humbucker (neck) + piezo (6 sensors, one under each string) + MIDI converter or two output jack (only one humbucker, piezo another humbucker +) and an output 13-pin GK-compatible (for synths and ACCS roland pedals GR, VG, etc. ...). Rglages spars for humbucker and piezo, rglage mixing the two sounds ...

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fabulous (prcis fast, although quite big and round) and feel trs enjoyable (the bne).
    Trs good sound that can be sculpted with great orcision (shuffled piezo and humbucker)
    Very easy to play despite his weight

    SOUNDS

    Trs excellent and versatile.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Great guitar, the likes of Gibson, but lesser-known ...
    an excellent price quality ratio, very modern guitar with synths and other Access in squenceurs ...
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