Godin has announced details of its new Multiac steel guitar which will make its official debut at January’s NAMM show. Based on Godin’s Multiac Doyle Dykes Signature, the Multiac Steel’s selling point is that the guitar was developed: ‘… to bring authentic acoustic sounds straight to the stage – with zero feedback issues at any volume.’
The guitar is equipped with a custom voiced LR Baggs Electronic system which offers the possibility of blending an LB6 undersaddle transducer with a Lyric internal microphone. In addition, a Seymour Duncan Lipstick pickup can also be introduced to the sound palette with volume and tone knobs for the pickup placed conveniently on the body.
This new model comes with a solid spruce top on a dual chambered mahogany body, mahogany neck, a Richlite fingerboard, white binding on a natural finish.
Winter NAMM show attendees will have the opportunity to experience the Godin Multiac Steel before it hits the market post-NAMM.