1. They’re built in Canada.
2. They’re made with exceptionally good materials.
3. They play beautifully.
4. They’re a slightly more unusual version of a Fender or Gibson.
5. They’re lovely guitars.
The Core Series
Rock machines to the Core – this particular series will no doubt cause a stir amongst guitar rawkers across the (fret)board. Each of these guitars feature chambered mahogany bodies with maple tops, mahogany set necks, 24 ¾” scale, rosewood fingerboards and fully adjustable wraparound Resomax bridges by Graphtech. Core blimey.
The 5th Avenue Series
This range of Godin guitars takes us back to the good old days, when archtop acoustic guitars were the cream of the crop. The 5th Avenue Series takes the soul of a 1950s archtop guitar and combines it with today’s playability to create the perfect vintage style guitar. With more projection & volume in the low/mids than traditional archtop acoustic guitars, the voluptuous tone makes these gorgeous instruments an absolute dream to play without being a financial nightmare.
The Session Series
If blues, rock and country music rocks your socks off, Godin‘s Session Series guitars will tick all the boxes and then some. Featuring a classic electric guitar style with Godin‘s signature unique twist, in the shape of a very affordable instrument – they’re almost too good to be true. The Session features a rock maple neck with rosewood or maple fingerboard, Canadian Laurentian Basswood body, 2x Godin GS-1 single-coils housed in a vintage white pickguard and a Godin humbucker in the bridge, along with a 5-way switch, 1x volume and 1x push/pull tone knob that splits the humbucker. Tasty guitars indeed.
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