Made in Canada
The Multiac Encore Left is equipped with custom electronics by Fishman. This easy-to-use Blendable Dual Source System features an undersaddle transducer, as well as an acoustic soundboard transducer; both can easily be blended with one another. This guitar is ideal for players looking for an incredible amplified nylon-string sound in live and loud band settings with virtually no feedback. The Multiac Encore Left also features a 25 ½” scale and a comfortable nut width, making it easy for electric steel-string players to transition to nylon strings. This model features a chambered silver leaf maple body with a solid cedar top, as well as a dual source preamp with volume, treble, mid, bass, and blend control sliders.
Top: Solid Cedar Top
Body: Two-Chambered Silver Leaf Maple with Canadian Laurentian Basswood Wings
Bridge and Tailpiece: Rosewood
Bridge Electronics: 2 body sensors, Custom Godin Dual Source System, undersaddle bridge
Controls: On-Board Preamp
Fingerboard Radius: 16"
Machine Head Ratio: 16:1
Nut Type: Graphtech
Nut Width: 1.9" (48.26 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (647.7 mm)
String Gauges: .0285 .0327 .0410 .030 .036 .044
String Set: HTC Nylon
Finish: Natural, Semi Gloss
Godin Guitar Bag Included
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.