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Godin Multiac Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar High Gloss Natural

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Godin's original Multiac Nylon combines cutting-edge acoustic guitar design with state-of-the-art onboard electronics and synth access. The 25-1/2 in. scale, the 1-7/8 in. nut width, and the fingerboa... Click To Read More About This Product

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Godin's original Multiac Nylon combines cutting-edge acoustic guitar design with state-of-the-art onboard electronics and synth access. The 25-1/2 in. scale, the 1-7/8 in. nut width, and the fingerboard radius—a slight 16 in.—all contribute to an easy feel for steel string players to adapt to. This has become the instrument of choice for guitarists of all genres looking to incorporate nylon string guitar sounds in their music. 

Includes TRIC case.


  • Chambered mahogany body
  • Solid spruce top
Mahogany neck
  • Richlite fingerboard
  • 16" fingerboard radius
  • 25-1/2 in. scale
  • 1-7/8 in. nut width
  • Custom RMC electronics with 13-pin connector for direct control of Roland GR Series and Axon AX100 guitar synths
  • Natural High-Gloss and White High-Gloss finish
    Includes TRIC case
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    Godin Original Purchaser's Limited Warranty

    The Godin Guitar Co. warrants this instrument with regards to materials and workmanship for a period of ONE year from the date of original purchase to the original purchaser. The instrument shall be purchased only from an Authorized Godin dealer. Should the product require service, The Godin Guitar Co. will repair or replace the product free of charge during the warranty period. This warranty shall include all parts and labour. If service is required, contact your Authorized Godin dealer at which point it will be determined whether the guitar can be serviced locally, or should be returned to the factory. All return freight and insurance charges will be paid by the customer.

    The following are not covered by the Godin warranty:
    - Any instrument upon which the Serial number has been altered in any way. Any instrument that has been damaged due to misuse, neglect, or accident.
    - Normal wear and tear including machine heads, worn frets, saddles and nuts.
    Strings and batteries.
    - Any instrument that has been subjected to extreme changes in temperature or humidity.
    - Cracking or discoloration to the finish.

    The Godin Guitar Co. assumes no liability for any loss of income, dissatisfaction, or damages arising from the loss of use of this product due to defects or availability of the product during service.

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    Beautiful sounding guitar!

    By Brent

    from Alexandria, VA

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    Comments about Godin Multiac Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

    Beautiful sounding guitar! Last year I purchased one of the other Godin Multiac ACS Nylon-String and returned it. It was a great quality guitar but did not have much of a sound unless amplified; it just did not work for me. I decided purchase this more expensive Godin Multiac Nylon String SA when I could afford it and I'm glad I did. It has a beautiful finish, I was not sure about having a richlite fretboard but it actually feels very nice. The huge difference with this guitar and my previous one is that this model is hollower. The resonance from the hollower body just sounds and feels better to me. I normally play a D'Angelico NYL-2 for jazz and I'm accustomed to having a more airy acoustic sound. I've gotten accustomed to the slightly wider neck that I'm accustomed to on an electric guitar but no big deal. Guitar sounds great plugged in a Fishman Loudbox Mini or unplugged for practicing. Hopefully my financial advisor (wife) will allow me a Roland GR-55 to go along with this eventually so I have not had a chance to play it with a synth. It's built very solid and should last many years. I decided to spring the extra bucks and purchased the TRIC case for it instead of the standard Godin gig bag. I got a great deal on this guitar with the 20% off Back Friday coupon I had.

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