Friday, 13 July 2012

Godin Multiac Jazz

The Godin Multiac Jazz is not designed to look impressive, but to sound impressive - and that's something that you can easily spot (and the F-holes are extremely elegant still) in this guitar combining classicism and high-tech innovations. 

As a Multiac model it has 6 piezo pickups in the bridge that can either be used with acoustic sounds (with preamp and EQ) or trigger a MIDI Roland GR guitar-synth, but also be combined with the more traditional humbucker in neck position. 

I've always had a soft spot for Godins, but this one is particularly appealing to me - though I wish it had a transparent black finish!

Bertram D

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1 comment:

  1. Looks impressive enough where I'm concerned. They know their market too. Many former rockers gravitate towards this type of inst. when they tire of playing A, D & E. Sold for a pretty penny too.

    And NO Gavin! You can -not- play it atop Everest or... wherever? The Welsh Highlands for a 'day' And.That.Is.IT.



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