Godin has unveiled its new Multiac Grand Concert Deluxe acoustic-electric guitar.
The latest addition to the Montreal company's Multiac series, the guitar features a two-chambered solid mahogany body, a solid cedar top, a richlite bridge and fretboard, and a two-inch Graphtech nut.
It's also outfitted with an LR Baggs preamp system that allows players to take sound from the guitar's bridge and blend it with the guitar's Lyric Mic, which is designed to give percussive tapping and rhythmic playing a sonic boost.
The Godin Multiac Grand Concert Deluxe acoustic-electric guitar is available now – with a high-gloss natural finish – for $1,795.
For more info on the instrument, stop by godinguitars.com.
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