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Godin Multiac Jazz SA

$3,995.00

Godin Multiac Jazz SA

New Old Stock
SN# 02395217
Specs:

* Silverleaf maple neck
* Ebony fingerboard
* 25 ½” scale
* 1 11/16″ nut width
* 16″ fingerboard radius
* Body – Silverleaf maple center with Poplar wings
* ‘AAA’ grade Flame Maple Top
* Custom RMC electronics with 13-pin connector for direct control of Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 guitar synths
* Lightburst High-Gloss
* Approx. 8.5 pounds
* Assembled in the USA from parts made in Canada.

Godin Multiac Jazz SA New Old Stock Specs: Silverleaf maple neckEbony fingerboard 25 ½" scale 1 11/16" nut width 16" fingerboard radius Body - Silverleaf maple center with Poplar wings 'AAA' grade Flame Maple Top Custom RMC electronics with 13-pin connector for direct control of Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 guitar synths Lightburst High-Gloss Around 8.5 pounds Assembled in the USA from parts made in Canada SN# 02395217 https://godinguitars.com/manuals/hsheet08_multiacjazz.pdf   Manufacturer Description: This is one model that transcends both the Multiac and Signature series of Godin guitars. At first glance the Jazz has a familiar look with its single cutaway chambered body adorned with traditional F-holes and the Godin GJN1 humbucker at the top of the fingerboard. However the slotted headstock and the preamp controls on the upper bout may be the first clues towards discovering that this isn't your average jazz guitar. The standard Jazz comes with a triple-A-grade flame maple top. Although capable of producing classic jazz guitar sounds courtesy of the Godin GJN1 humbucking pickup, the Jazz has the power to take you far beyond traditional jazz guitar sounds. Each saddle in the bridge is actually an independent transducer, which is supported by an on-board preamp and graphic EQ. Designed specifically for the Jazz, this system opens up a world of new sonic possibilities for all players. The crystalline sounds produced by this system can be used on their own, or very effectively in combination with the neck position pickup. A small dose of the bridge output can be combined with the mellow sound of the GJN1 to produce added note definition so often missing in traditional archtop guitar sounds. The Multiac Jazz also includes hexaphonic output from a 13-pin connector, which provides direct access to Roland GR-Series synthesizers, and the various V-Guitar products that Roland has developed around the same 13-pin interface.

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