Godin 047376f MultiAc Grand Concert SA - White

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Godin 047376f MultiAc Grand Concert SA - White

Godin 047376f MultiAc Grand Concert SA - White

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  • SKU: 047376f
  • Brand: Godin
  • Type: Guitar
  • Availability: Out stock

Gone are the days when you had to sit down and play to a hushed room to make the nuances of your nylon-string guitar heard and appreciated. Thanks to Godin's awesome MultiAc Grand Concert SA nylon-string guitar, you can plug in, turn up, and blow the crowd away - without sacrificing any of those sonic details you love. This solid cedar-topped thinline doesn't stop there, though. Nope. Godin equipped the MultiAc Grand Concert SA with onboard synth pickups under individual strings (plus a dedicated 13-pin output), so you can plug this beauty into your guitar synth and pull a jaw-dropping array of sounds out of it. Solid spruce top. Mahogany body. Super-comfy mahogany neck. Ebony fingerboard. This is deluxe tonewood territory, friend. The MultiAc Grand Concert SA plays amazingly well, and the fine folks at Godin made it stage ready. The thinline design and chambered mahogany body give you great nylon-string feel and acoustic resonance, without pesky feedback. The handy controls are right where you need them. If you love the sound of a nylon-string guitar, then it's time you plugged the Godin MultiAc Grand Concert SA nylon-string guitar in!

Godin MultiAc Grand Concert SA Acoustic-electric Nylon-string Guitar Features at a Glance:

  • An ideal nylon-string acoustic-electric guitar for playing live
  • Lightweight chambered mahogany body topped with cedar delivers classic acoustic tone
  • Onboard RMC Polydrive electronics include a 3-band EQ with sweepable mids for maximum control
  • Synth Access hexaphonic pickup system offers 13-pin output for compatibility with high-end processor and effects
  • Mahogany neck provides enhanced sustain with balanced tone
  • Smooth-playing ebony fretboard is a pleasure to handle
  • Gig bag included

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