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I have a black Godin electric/acoustic guitar which I am not sure what model it is. I am not the original owner. The original owner told me he it cost him about $1,000. I bought for half but it was physically in bad shape. It haves steel strings on it. Can't put nylons on it because the slot on the nut are too thin for nylon. There is no serial number on the whole guitar. It does not have the Godin signature below the volume and equalizer control. There is a piece of clear label that reads "MULT XLR". The brand on top of the neck looks authentic of Godin. The plate that holds the body and the neck behind haves the Godin signature. Haves 2 plain plates with four screws each. One has the electronic boards where you set the 9 volt battery. The other haves nothing just cables. The mic are individually set on the bridge for each string. Just like regular Godin guitar. It have 2 output plugs: one is a regular 1/4 phono plug and a 13 pin connector to connect a Roland guitar synth. The neck is mahogany, it haves the dots set like the Godin guitars. It is the description what could be a Multiac but with steel strings. Can't locate the original owner for more info. Have search on the internet if I could one like it. Seems to be the only model. I have heard that there have been some models that were discontinued, but the ones that I found are not the ones. Want to know what exactly I have.
Can anyone recommend a good hardshell case for the Godin Montreal Premiere? I'm thinking that TKL, Gater or somebody must make a case that would work. Any help would be appreciated.
Hi, I have an Empire with a wraparound bridge. I'm looking for something that to replace it with something that is easier to set the intonation
Thanks to some overzealous strumming, I broke my #1 E string, on my A6 Ultra guitar. Ant tips on how to remove the sheared end, inside the guitar body? Thx..
Has anyone had a problem with the treble adjust on a Godin A6? The pot is okay, but no treble adjust of the magnetic pup as advertised. Goin to buy a whole new preamp from Godin. That better cure it....I hope. What else is there. Any help is appreciated.
Hi. Is there anybody who can help me out with Godin A6 Ultra preamp wiring. Story is that I bought guitar without preamp. Old owner said that it was broken and he droped it away. Then he tried to use passive piezo and he cut boath plugin sockets. I bought new preamp from ebay but I have no idea were all those cables fit. I hope ther is no problem to find those 5pin plugin sockets but its impossible to find schematics. I don't want to blow up my preamp.
Big big thanks if anybody can help.
Sorry abot my bad english!
I have 3 Godin Multiac guitars and I recently got a used roland gr-20. All of my guitar do the same thing, the high e string doesn't interface with the roland. It's not the register of the string because I can produce the sound on my b string at the 5th fret and above. Any suggestions?
Bought a used Godin Multiac nylon string, synth-ready, serial number 09176143. How can I tell when it was made? Also not sure of the exact model - ACS-SA or what???
could somebody help me with something please. I have Godin A6 Ultra guitar and I would like to replace the strings, but I am not sure which type of strings is on it now. Is it okay if I put GHS White bronze 11-48 acoustic-electric strings?
Having an issue with a pickup. One string will produce acoustic but no midi. All other strings are fine.
I am looking for info about the placement of the mic inside the chamber of the body. also the xlr plug and the 1/4" jack do not seem to work right . if this sire is still hot .I can give better details about the problems I am having. Thanks, Jerry
Hi, i just ordered this guitar and its arriving Wed, May 12. I cant wait!
If there is written ACS Slim black pearl at the back of the guitar on the label.
Does it mean the guitar is Multiac SA?
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