Godin releases Multiac Encore nylon string guitar

(Dave Molter | Posted 2011-05-21)

Godin releases Multiac Encore nylon string guitar

Amplifying your acoustic guitar in loud band settings isn't easier, and it can be even harder when that guitar has nylon strings. Godin Guitars has made great headway in solving that problem, and the new Multiac Encore takes the process one step further.

Like all Godin acosutic/electrics, the Encore is equipped with custom electronics by EPM. This easy to use Blendable Dual Source System features an undersaddle transducer as well as an acoustic soundboard transducer, with the ability to blend one into the other. Ideal guitar for players looking for a an incredible, amplified nylon string sound and feel in a live and loud band setting with virtually no feedback.

The Multiac Encore nylon string, also features a 25 scale and a comfortable nut width, making it easy for electric steel string players to transition to nylon strings. This model features a chambered silver leaf maple body with a solid cedar top, as well as a dual source preamp with volume, treble, mid, bass and blend control sliders.

MSRP for the Encore is $995 USD.

Mahogany neck
Rosewood Fingerboard
16" fingerboard radius
25 1/2" Scale
1 7/8" nut width
Silver leaf maple body
Solid Cedar Top
Blendable Custom Dual source electronics with under-saddle transducer & acoustic soundboard transducer.
Color: Natural Semi-Gloss finish

About Godin Guitars

Godin building guitars over 20 years ago in a village in Quebec Canada called La Patrie. The man that started it all is Robert Godin. Robert still owns the company and he continues to design the vast majority of our guitars. Godin's head office is located in Montreal,but the company builds guitars in several different locations, five in Quebec and one in New Hampshire. For those of you keeping score, that adds up to six factories spread out over about 1000 kilometers. So why not just have one giant guitar factory? Although there are some obvious inconveniences associated with spreading ourselves out this much, the up-side is that these smaller operations promote a more intimate working environment which gets everybody more involved and this is reflected in the instruments themselves. Godin guitars are assembled in our Richmond, Quebec and Berlin, New Hampshire factories. The necks and bodies are all made in our original location in La Patrie, Quebec.

From information on the Godin website: www.godin.com

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