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Godin G-3000

Other Shape Guitar from Godin belonging to the G series

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Published on 01/27/10 at 03:32
-Achet Just over 7,500 francs (about 1,200 euros) New in 1994
- Manufactures hand the USA with Canadian Net woods
- Body Maple slectionn one pice what distinguishes G 1000 and 2000 who have bodies in three lime pieces
- Able handle one pice with maple key reports 24 cases
- Frets indestructible and yet it is my main guitar for 16 years!
- The old varnish (like Fender premires) and breathable wood, but is very weak (on my guitar it is cracked heel It's ugly but you know what. wants a varnish that clump sound or varnish that lets the wood speak.
- Microphones KMD electronics (a firm of arospatial ...) instead of Godin quipent the G1000, 2000 and 5000. In other words, it sounds like hell!
- Schaller tremolo black and gold bearing instead of the vintage vibrato G 1000
- Mechanical Schaller black oil bath.
- Perlod plate type 60's.
Both say right away that we are dealing a high-flying guitar in quality worthy of a Fender Custom Shop! Godin really the road ... Everyone knows that. This guitar is much less rare than rpendu G 1000 and 2000. It is much more directed roots image of Steve Ray Vaughan Stratocaster.


USE

The handle is slightly wider than my Fender US standard, it is ultra comfortable, the medium frets slip under the fingers. Here again, we feel that it's better than a Fender finished, the handle of the Fender made plastic ct. It's an unexplainable feeling but we feel that Godin's over hand. The ergonomics are perfect, the guitar is pluttlgre over my Gibson SG. For sounds with 2 single and one double + a 5-way switch, it's not complicated to find his way.

SONORITS

The sounds are the main strength of the guitar, powerful hot and full, crystalline in position 2 and 4, it sounds a lot more than a fender standard US rac. In fact the sound is very close to the Steve Ray Vaughan. It is ideal for playing blues, rock vintage. The humbucker sounds very well clean, it has a lot of bite and is well Charpent. It is very powerful, much more than double my Gibson, it is very close to the sound of a PRS Custom 24. 2 singles have a lot of grain, it's really my standard strat Superior , no comparison. The quality of wood gives a full and rich sustain. In clean as saturated guitar sounds great. This is for a guitar stupfiant 1200 euros ... We really think a luthier guitar. The Gibson SG fought sewing flat in the register Hard Blues / Blues Rock. As the Fender, we really feel like a toy but if you play the variety genre Goldman, Fender and lack of personality suit you maybe better. Nevertheless Godin a very wide range, from jazz to metal, through funk and blues it ensures everywhere.
With Godin, it is easy to take for Knofler First pridode also ideal for playing Hendrix.

NOTICE GLOBAL

Apart from the fragile veneer, this guitar has no default, it gives the very high end and in addition it is rare because Godin especially destined to the market in amricain priority. A large class of guitar, violin with an outstanding ...
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