Made in Canada
The Forum Natural RN GT EQ reflects Godin’s high standard of acoustic guitar tone, design, and value. With a buttery neck feel, and a comfortable mini-jumbo body, this guitar will project through any mix, and will make you feel right at home from the first chord!
The guitar features Mahogany Back & Sides and a select Solid Spruce Gloss Top. Other quality build and design components include the distinctive pickguard with matching headstock plate, a mahogany neck with a Rosewood fretboard, a custom inlay at the 12th fret, an ebony bridge, and features Presys VT electronics with a soundhole-mounted volume & tone.
The Forum Natural RN GT EQ represents our latest take on the mini-jumbo, with a voice that will stand out acoustically when played solo or with the band — at a value that will have you strumming for joy!
The Godin Acoustic Series—play it once, play it forever.
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back and Sides: Solid Mahogany
Bridge and Tailpiece: Rosewood
Bridge Electronics: Presys VT
Controls: 1 x Tone, 1 x Volume
Neck: Natural, Mahogany
Fingerboard Radius: 16"
Fret Size: Medium
Machine Head Ratio: 16:1
Nut Type: Graphtech
Nut Width: 43.688 mm / 1.72"
Scale Length: 647.7 mm / 25.5"
String Gauges: .012 .016 .024 .032 .042 .053
String Set: A6 LT
Finish: Natural, Gloss Top
In 1972, Robert Godin began building guitars in the small rural Quebec village of La Patrie. His passion for music and supreme craftsmanship led to the creation of Godin guitars.
Robert’s care, ingenuity, and dedication to precision, perfection and purity of tone set the benchmarks this family led Company follows meticulously and can be experienced in every single Godin Brands guitar to this day. One of North America's leading guitar manufacturers, Godin has a “Forest to Stage” philosophy exercising complete control over the entire sourcing and build processes, ensuring the highest possible level of sustainability, quality, finishing, playability, and performance.
Godin Guitars offers musicians around the world 100% Canadian built unique and diverse instruments that meet their needs and expectations. You'll see for yourself when you play the first notes!
Canadian made, and globally played.