What is Godin Multiac?
The original Multiac Nylon SA combines cutting edge acoustic guitar design with state-of-the-art on-board electronics and synth access. The 25½” scale, the 1 7/8″ nut width, and the fingerboard radius—a slight 16″—all contribute to an easy adaptation and feel for steel-string players.
Who owns Godin Guitars?
Fifty years after the creation of Godin Guitars, the same passion still drives the new generation through Simon and Patrick, Robert’s two sons. Today, our guitars continue to evolve and make their mark on the industry with their modern, refined design, highlighting the handiwork of the company’s craftsmen.
Does Godin still make guitars?
The company was founded by Robert Godin CM, and is currently led by Simon Godin. Range of products currently manufactured by Godin includes electric and acoustic guitars and basses. The company also produced ukuleles, mandolins, and ouds (named “multi oud”) in the past….Godin (guitar manufacturer)
Who plays a seagull guitar?
Their guitars also come with solid tops and beautiful finishes. Some of the notable musicians who play Seagull are- James Blunt, Peppino D’Agostino, Michalis Hatzigiannis, Kim Deal, Michelle Lambert, and many more.
Where are Godin mandolins made?
The necks and bodies are all made in our original location in La Patrie, Quebec. Godin Guitars are then assembled in our Quebec factories.
How do I become a Godin dealer?
How do I become an authorized dealer? Please email us at [email protected] and indicate your state or province, and we will forward your contact info to the appropriate sales representative.
What strings does Godin use?
- Black Diamond.
- Royal Classics.
- Alloy 5109.
- Oasis Strings.
Where is the Godin Guitar Factory?
La Patrie, Quebec
Godin guitars are unique because from forest to stage, they are North American. The necks and bodies are all made in our original location in La Patrie, Quebec. Godin Guitars are then assembled in our Quebec factories.