The perfectly sized Concert Hall Legacy is reflective of the legendary bluesmen and folk balladeers of yesteryear with its vintage city vibe. Equipped with Godin Q1T electronics, it’s the perfect stage companion, ready to fill any room.Case sold separately.Godin QIT ElectronicsThe Godin EPM Quantum IT acoustic guitar system is simple in design and ... Click To Read More About This Product
The perfectly sized Concert Hall Legacy is reflective of the legendary bluesmen and folk balladeers of yesteryear with its vintage city vibe. Equipped with Godin Q1T electronics, it’s the perfect stage companion, ready to fill any room.
Case sold separately.
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The Godin EPM Quantum IT acoustic guitar system is simple in design and outstanding in performance. In combination with the transducer, the EQ control range and frequency content have been specifically contoured to provide a very rich and full sound reproduction resulting in performance seen only in far more complex systems. Features volume, treble and bass controls as well as a built-in tuner with auto shut-off.
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Comments about Art & Lutherie Concert Hall Legacy Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
Just bought it today. The rolled/beveled fretboard makes it tremendously comfortable to play, the sound it warm and mellow, yet still offers a nice shimmer on the top-end - especially through the pickup. Since it's natural wood instead of glossed/lacquered, it doesn't sound as loud or as bright as at otherwise would.
The cream-and-chocolate style looks much better in person than online. Striking, really.
The electronics are nice, with a good and accurate tuner. The knobs, however, don't have a center detent or any easy-to-see/feel markings, meaning you have to adjust them more by feel and sound than by looking at them. For example, if for one song you like to have the bass about halfway up and the treble just below half, then you almost half to turn it to the max or minimum and then back in order to know it's where you want it. For playing at home, that's fine; however, for gigging it's kind of a pain.
Tuners are nice, open-backed brass tuners. The nut and saddle are Tusq, and the strings don't bind at the nut. The neck is a tapered C, while the frets are decently-polished, well-filed, and medium in size. The battery is accessed from outside, by the rear strap nut/jack, so (unlike some competitors) you don't have to go through the sound hole to change it.
Still, it's better than the Seagull S6 (which is a great guitar in this range) and beats the Martin D1X (the cheapie Martin dreadnaught) in nearly every way. In fact, I spent hours comparing it to every other guitar in the range (that I could find), on multiple visits to multiple stores. I simply kept coming back to it. For me, this guitar is hands-down the best in its class. That said, the other Art and Lutherie models in the price range aren't much different in feel, sound, or construction. Whichever one suits your taste is going to be an amazing guitar for you.
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