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Godin SD Maple

Other Shape Guitar from Godin belonging to the SD & SDxt series

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Godin SD MaplePublished on 04/22/07 at 16:48
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Canadian guitar fairly standard two single coil and a humbucker at the bridge, 5-way switch, two volume knobs and a Tone original form, blue and white pickguard curd a little kitsch of the most beautiful effect, matte black hardware. Great look. Mine was more a Floyd Rose tremolo Schaller brand.

UTILIZATION

The floyd rose is good: therefore blocking strings dsaccorde even using very little vibrato, for change against the ropes and connect the guitar is rather long, impossible to change a broken string in concert guitar parts required. after a few months it soon became a pro SETTING THE guitar. violin and exemplary finish. Channel rather late. Guitar quite heavy, more than a strat...…
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Canadian guitar fairly standard two single coil and a humbucker at the bridge, 5-way switch, two volume knobs and a Tone original form, blue and white pickguard curd a little kitsch of the most beautiful effect, matte black hardware. Great look. Mine was more a Floyd Rose tremolo Schaller brand.

UTILIZATION

The floyd rose is good: therefore blocking strings dsaccorde even using very little vibrato, for change against the ropes and connect the guitar is rather long, impossible to change a broken string in concert guitar parts required. after a few months it soon became a pro SETTING THE guitar. violin and exemplary finish. Channel rather late. Guitar quite heavy, more than a strat unless a Les Paul.

SOUNDS

The humbucker has a great sound and gives me a plutt his Les Paul, I love it. microphones intermdiaires sleeves and are a little dull, but not without personality. Coupled ad60vt my vox I can play blues, rock and everything I like. Although versatile. I plan to replace the neck pickup with a Seymour Duncan humbucker sized single.

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent guitar evolve, I bought it to replace a squier tele. Versatile guitar that gives me great pleasure. Bought new in dstockage for the price of a Fender Mexican but much better bill and with much more personality. I have never regretted my choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Godin
  • Model: SD Maple
  • Series: SD & SDxt
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/04/2006

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