Godin has unveiled its latest electric guitar model, the Montreal Premiere LTD Imperial Blue.
The elegant semi-hollow features a Canadian wild cherry body with a breathe-through carved cedar core, and a mahogany neck with a Richlite fingerboard boasting a 24.75" scale length.
Electronics-wise, the guitar features a pair of TV Jones pickups – a TV Jones Classic in the neck position and a TV Jones Classic Plus at the bridge – controlled by a three-way switch and individual volume and tone knobs.
Additional appointments on the electric include a Bigsby tremolo, a pearloid pickguard, a Graph Tech nut, and chrome hardware.
The Godin Montreal Premiere LTD Imperial Blue guitar is available now for $2,499.
For more info on the guitar, stop by godinguitars.com.
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