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Godin Acousticaster
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Godin Acousticaster

TLC-Shaped Guitar from Godin belonging to the A series.

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Purimpro Purimpro
Publié le 08/16/06 à 05:14
Hard maple neck
Rosewood
Radius of 30 cm (12 in.)
Pitch of 64.75 cm (25 1 / 2 inch)
Nut 4.3 cm (1 11/16)
Mahogany body dual acoustic chamber
Solid Spruce
Dimensional transducer bridge LR Baggs preamp and especially préharmonisé
Controls the volume, medium, treble and bass
Finish: Natural Gloss

UTILIZATION

Guitar amazing lightness due to its half-closed box, accuillant Piezo microphones.
The neck is as thin as a power and can navigate on the handle between the high and low with ease. The sense of play is really a compromise between folk and electric. So it allows me to play all styles, arpeggios, solos, chords, slap ...

SOUNDS

I play on a Marshall AS50R, which for me is the best amp value / price (280 €). This receiver fully exploits the capabilities of my godin, the sound is pure, round with a high amplitude. I use it with a slight reberb, nothing to add!

OVERALL OPINION

I have had many guitars, it is atypical with features apécifiques. Its sound quality, light weight and comfort make this game a unique guitar.
The brand GODIN, which affects the professional world, in many pulled it off.
Price aside, it is easy to find used around 800 euros in new condition.
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