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Godin Icon Type3
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Godin Icon Type3

Other Shape Guitar from Godin belonging to the Icon series.

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" An icon is born"

Godin Icon Type3Published on 05/24/11 at 15:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Canadian manufacturing.
Lutherie inspired by the Les Paul body, table, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard and set neck.
Electronics: three pickups Jason Lollar P-90, 5-way switching (Strat-type), Godin HDR system, volume and tone.
Graphtech bridge ResoMax.
It's all good, well made, and what does not hurt, she is very beautiful!

UTILIZATION

After a short adjustment, I spend a strat Road Worn 60 ', the handle is very nice. Access to the treble is a bit limited.
The body is chambered, the guitar is not too heavy.

SOUNDS

With three microphones quality, and a five-way system that allows HDR to give some punch to the sound, the sound palette is very extensive. The tone knob is......
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Canadian manufacturing.
Lutherie inspired by the Les Paul body, table, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard and set neck.
Electronics: three pickups Jason Lollar P-90, 5-way switching (Strat-type), Godin HDR system, volume and tone.
Graphtech bridge ResoMax.
It's all good, well made, and what does not hurt, she is very beautiful!

UTILIZATION

After a short adjustment, I spend a strat Road Worn 60 ', the handle is very nice. Access to the treble is a bit limited.
The body is chambered, the guitar is not too heavy.

SOUNDS

With three microphones quality, and a five-way system that allows HDR to give some punch to the sound, the sound palette is very extensive. The tone knob is very effective over the entire race. Very versatile.
Imagine a strat but richer or a Les Paul and less aggressive but more defined.
For a clean sound or crunch, it is a wonder ... Perfect for the blues! I do not practice the styles very muscular but I think less suited to large distortions.
It is not a copy of popular guitars, it has its own personality and is very persuasive.

OVERALL OPINION

Before buying, I tried the strata and the Les Paul, some much more expensive. I have long hesitated because I thought that these icons.
I do not regret my choice: it is a quality guitar, well designed, with a soul and all at a very competitive price.
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  • Manufacturer: Godin
  • Model: Icon Type3
  • Series: Icon
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/19/2012

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Other names: icontype3, icon type 3

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