Made in Canada
The Godin Session T-Pro starts with the versatility of the Session HT, and adds boutique-quality features, elevating this guitar to the next level!
This guitar excites with an H-S-S pickup configuration made up of Seymour Duncan SSL-2s single coils at the neck and middle positions, plus a Seymour Duncan Saturday Night Special Humbucker at the bridge. The SSL-2s use flat pole pieces for superior string balance and a full, rich bottom end. The Saturday Night Special features Alnico 4 magnets for a tone that is beefy and full, and can be converted to a single coil via a push-pull, for an S-S-S configuration. The middle SSL-2 is pole-reverse mounted, delivering the typical sound of a single-coil pickup with no background noise. With these outstanding pickups, combined with the 5-way switch, the Godin Session T-Pro serves up tonal possibilities for any style of music. Godin’s Tru-Loc Trem and 18:1 locking tuners ensure tuning stability and playing comfort.
The Godin Session T-Pro features a Hard Rock Maple neck and is available with Rosewood or Maple fretboards. A custom high-gloss finish allows the wood to breathe, enhancing the guitar’s natural acoustics. Made in Canada, the Godin Session T-Pro will find a home with guitarists looking for a professional-quality instrument that is incredibly versatile.
A limited edition Session T-Pro LTD Kanyon Burst MN is also available until the end of 2023, with each signed by Simon Godin himself!
Bridge and Tailpiece: Godin Tru-Loc Tremolo
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Saturday Night Special
Middle Pickup: Seymour Duncan SSL-2 RWRP
Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan SSL-2
Controls: 1 x Push-Pull Tone, 1 x Volume, 5-way Switch
Neck: Hard Rock Maple
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Fret Size: Medium
Machine Head Ratio: 18:1 Locking
Nut Type: Graphtech
Nut Width: 1.65" (41.91 mm)
Scale Length: 25.5" (647.7 mm)
String Gauges: .010 .013 .017 .026 .036 .046
String Set: E10
String Type: Electric Steel
Finish: Kanyon Burst, High Gloss
Godin Guitar Bag Included
From the installation of the frets to the final stages of sanding, there is more hand work done on Godin guitars than on any other guitar available in specialty shops. When you buy a Godin, you are supporting a proud Canadian family business.
Canadian made, and globally played.