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Golden Godins


the godin guitars have not been around for as long as names like Gibson, Epiphone, Martin or even Paul Reed Smith, but it stands up there with the giants of guitar makers. when i first bought the LG 9 years ago, i knew i was getting a superb guitar. it felt smooth, the fret was perfectly sized and the handicraft on the board was perfect. the natural mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard made playing it as fun as looking at it. neck sits deep within the mahogany body and transfer the sound in a unique way. my LG uses two original double humbuckers which are no longer used, as they are replaced by Seymour Duncan SP90 pick ups. the sound of this beautiful guitar is amazing, especially when used with a classic tube amp. my jazz guitar teacher picked up the guitar and was equally amazed by the quality of sound and build, despite owning all the jazz classics. the guitars now sell for a lot more than before, but still made in the USA and Canada. the other notable guitars in this series are SD, Radioatr, Soldiac, and the performance solids like LGX, montreal, the Jazz, etc. the list goes on and on. they also make semi acoustics, as well as electric acoustics. www.godinguitars.com. check them out. [equipbug]

the LG and the Montreal

the LGX's

the xtSA with 13-pin synth access.
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