Canadian guitar manufacturer Godin has introduced the new Multiac Steel acoustic guitar, featuring pristine natural appointments and a sophisticated pickup system.
Based on the signature model of American country guitarist Doyle Dykes, the Godin Multiac Steel features a solid spruce top with a dual chambered mahogany body, offering a highly responsive tone that particuarly accentuates the midrange. The guitar also combines a mahogany neck and Richlite fingerboard, making this one a finger picker's paradise.
The Godin Multiac Steel is also loaded with a custom LR Baggs electronic system, allowing players to blend an LR Baggs Element undersaddle transducer with an internal Lyric microphone for a distincitve tonal response. There's also a Seymour Duncan Lipstick pickip loaded in the neck position, which can be introduced via volume and tone knobs to cut through for some Tele-style clean tones. Check out how it sounds below.
Keep your eyes peeled for the new Godin Multiac Steel acoustic guitar when it hits Australia later this year via Dynamic Music.