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Godin LGX3

Other Shape Guitar from Godin belonging to the LG/LGT/LGX/LGXT series

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MGR/Garry the CanuckleheadMGR/Garry the Canucklehead

Godin LG

Godin LGX3Published on 01/14/03 at 15:00
puchased the guitar from Avenue Guitars.Edmonton,Alberta,Canada.I wanted a unique styled guitar with a brand named pickups.I paid $525 Canadian which is a steal of a deal.

Where do I start.This guitar is an eye catcher.It looks like the custom job Lindsey Buckingham plays.IT is solid mahogany throughout with a rosewood fingerboard.The stock pickups are Seymour Duncan SP-90's.It has through the body string assembly .It sports a volume and tone knob.Awesome tone,very rich and smooth as silk,very clear and harmonically rich.PLays like a dream wlth the 16" radius neck and 243/4 length.Justs feels like this guitar was custom made for me.

todally happy with this jewel!

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puchased the guitar from Avenue Guitars.Edmonton,Alberta,Canada.I wanted a unique styled guitar with a brand named pickups.I paid $525 Canadian which is a steal of a deal.

Where do I start.This guitar is an eye catcher.It looks like the custom job Lindsey Buckingham plays.IT is solid mahogany throughout with a rosewood fingerboard.The stock pickups are Seymour Duncan SP-90's.It has through the body string assembly .It sports a volume and tone knob.Awesome tone,very rich and smooth as silk,very clear and harmonically rich.PLays like a dream wlth the 16" radius neck and 243/4 length.Justs feels like this guitar was custom made for me.

todally happy with this jewel!

Constructed of solid mahogany with a rosewood fingerboard.About 2" thick in the body with 1 vol. and 1 tone knob and three way switch for the 2 Seymour Duncan SP_90 pickups.Finally crafted and very solid in build.

Buy this ,it is a steal .It is worth three to four times the price.(Don't tell Godin.)

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/AnonymousMGR/Anonymous

Godin LG

Godin LGX3Published on 06/26/01 at 15:00
I bought this guitar for $499.00 Canadian. I was looking for something that was different. Being in a band with a Strat and a Tele I thought that a humbucker equipped guitar would find a different place in the mix. This guitar was not my first choice. I had tried out a Jay Turser copy of a resoelectric. The Turser was a gas unplugged but just another cheap electric plugged in. When I returned to Musicstop in Halifax Nova Scotia I asked my guitar guru Brian Mitton for a recommendation. The LG was his answer.



I wish that I'd had this guitar when I was 18. It is a very stable simple to use instrument. LaSiDo made their name manufacturing top of the line guitar necks in a little Quebec...…
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I bought this guitar for $499.00 Canadian. I was looking for something that was different. Being in a band with a Strat and a Tele I thought that a humbucker equipped guitar would find a different place in the mix. This guitar was not my first choice. I had tried out a Jay Turser copy of a resoelectric. The Turser was a gas unplugged but just another cheap electric plugged in. When I returned to Musicstop in Halifax Nova Scotia I asked my guitar guru Brian Mitton for a recommendation. The LG was his answer.



I wish that I'd had this guitar when I was 18. It is a very stable simple to use instrument. LaSiDo made their name manufacturing top of the line guitar necks in a little Quebec township and this shows in my instrument. I felt at home the minute I played my first barre chord. The tuners are first rate and seem geared a little lower for fine adjustments. Leastways they are smooth and easy to use. I find myself changing my tunings frequently from G to standard.



Two Seymour Duncan Humbuckers are controled by a single volume and a surprisingly useful tone knob. Switching is accomplished by a five way Strat style that works very quietly between settings. The strings are held in place by a Gibson-style bridge and the strings pass through the body and are anchored in a brass plate on the back of the guitar. The body contours in very realistic comfortable ways and I have heard many positive comments on the transparent red finish.



I'm afraid that I have fallen deeply in love with this guitar. It delivers on its promises. There is one thing - perhaps this is the never puts the toothpaste cap back on complaint in our relationship - I'd sure hate to be in a hurry to change a light guage string on this guitar. Trying to poke a .009 through the guitar is kind of like pushing a rope. This is my only complaint and I feel guilty making such a big deal out of it. I feel like I'm badmouthing a friend. Solid construction with a KISS (Keep It Simple...) ethic leads me to believe that LaSiDo sent spies to scan me so that they could build me my guitar. What can I say, we connected, I hope that she and my mom get along.



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MGR/Chett BuchananMGR/Chett Buchanan

Godin LG

Godin LGX3Published on 06/23/01 at 15:00
I bought this guitar for $499.00 Canadian. I was looking for something that was different. Being in a band with a Strat and a Tele I thought that a humbucker equipped guitar would find a different place in the mix. This guitar was not my first choice. I had tried out a Jay Turser copy of a resoelectric. The Turser was a gas unplugged but just another cheap electric plugged in. When I returned to Musicstop in Halifax Nova Scotia I asked my guitar guru Brian Mitton for a recommendation. The LG was his answer.



I wish that I'd had this guitar when I was 18. It is a very stable simple to use instrument. LaSiDo made their name manufacturing top of the line guitar necks in a little Quebec...…
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I bought this guitar for $499.00 Canadian. I was looking for something that was different. Being in a band with a Strat and a Tele I thought that a humbucker equipped guitar would find a different place in the mix. This guitar was not my first choice. I had tried out a Jay Turser copy of a resoelectric. The Turser was a gas unplugged but just another cheap electric plugged in. When I returned to Musicstop in Halifax Nova Scotia I asked my guitar guru Brian Mitton for a recommendation. The LG was his answer.



I wish that I'd had this guitar when I was 18. It is a very stable simple to use instrument. LaSiDo made their name manufacturing top of the line guitar necks in a little Quebec township and this shows in my instrument. I felt at home the minute I played my first barre chord. The tuners are first rate and seem geared a little lower for fine adjustments. Leastways they are smooth and easy to use. I find myself changing my tunings frequently from G to standard.

Two Seymour Duncan Humbuckers are controled by a single volume and a surprisingly useful tone knob. Switching is accomplished by a five way Strat style that works very quietly between settings. The strings are held in place by a Gibson-style bridge and the strings pass through the body and are anchored in a brass plate on the back of the guitar. The body contours in very realistic comfortable ways and I have heard many positive comments on the transparent red finish.



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I'm afraid that I have fallen deeply in love with this guitar. It delivers on its promises. There is one thing - perhaps this is the never puts the toothpaste cap back on complaint in our relationship - I'd sure hate to be in a hurry to change a light guage string on this guitar. Trying to poke a .009 through the guitar is kind of like pushing a rope. This is my only complaint and I feel guilty making such a big deal out of it. I feel like I'm badmouthing a friend.

Solid construction with a KISS (Keep It Simple...) ethic leads me to believe that LaSiDo sent spies to scan me so that they could build me my guitar. What can I say, we connected, I hope that she and my mom get along.


This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Manufacturer: Godin
  • Model: LGX3
  • Series: LG/LGT/LGX/LGXT
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/21/2006

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