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Godin G-2000

Other Shape Guitar from Godin belonging to the G series

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«  Versatility, quality originality »

Published on 06/24/08 at 08:08
Guitar factory in the U.S., from Canada Wood (round stocky, rosewood fingerboard, basswood body). The finish is trs cares, even if the coating is sensitive to shocks. Mine has a good finish blueburst couraging.

Ct electronic, versatility is paramount: 2 single, a double (original Shadow pickups), a slecteur five positions, one volume, one Tone.

Question acastillage, a licensed floyd (not very sturdy), a nut block-chords and mcaniques solid.

UTILIZATION

The handle 24 cases a rather thin profile, fast, and Access in acute favorites is a beveled heel. At the factory the guitar silent RULES trs well.
The guitar is relatively well lgre balance. It takes good agreement, even if the tuning is still a little tedious, requiring Floyd.

SOUNDS

Trs versatile guitar that can address some prs all styles of music. Microphones (original Shadow) Defines but are lacking a bit of personality. The double has a good output level, and supports large saturations.

OVERALL OPINION

Buy 96, I always use (even if it is not my main guitar).
New, its price was between the one and a strat Southwestern U.S.. largely justified by good quality wood and trs srieuse construction. It has rev aged well, except for a square trigger guard that alch and black paint of the hardware that was not bad use.
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