Godin Art&Lutherie Wild Cherry

Acoustic 6-String Guitar

Made by Godin

Description Made with the wood of Wild Cherry,Maple, Spruce, and Rosewood trees. 21 frets, Satin Lacquer finish for maximum tone.
Posted By Nathanial Paznokaitis (8)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 11/9/2005, Nathanial Paznokaitis (8) posted:
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I chose this one because I got it for christmas. I would kill anybody that tried to steal it.. If it got lost, I'd definitely buy it again. Couldn't be better. The only way this guitar would be better, is if it were a woman who could pleasure me sexually every night. Favorite aspect of this guitar is it's sound quality, and it's looks. The worst aspect is that it's not a woman who can pleasure me sexually. Anything else people should know... Nothing, except BUY THIS GUITAR.
Price: $500.00 Canadian (new)
Where Obtained: musicstop
Made in Montreal, Quebec. Made of Wild cherry, Maple, Spruce, and Rosewood. 21 frets, steel. Six strings. Acoustic guitars don't have volume or tone knobs, unless they have pick-ups. This one doesn't. No pickups, therefore no configuration. No electronics. No pickups. Satin lacquer finish. Standard acoustic shape. String-thru body If by tuners, it it referring to Machine heads, then non-locking.
Action's pretty high, the neck goes down to about 14th fret, excellent tone, I've not played any acoustics that were better. The only flaws would possibly be the action. It could be a bit lower.
Sound Quality:
No amps. Musical styles.. Most likely rock, or country (though I loathe country...) It's probably suited for many other styles, but I haven't really tried. The sound is very full, there's a good hum coming from it when you play. Great acoustic sound, people always compliment my guitar for it's sound. No mods. Noisy, depends. On whether I'm trying to be noisy. When I go to about the 14'th or 15'th fret, it's quieter. Better for house parties. But I'd use it in the studio, more than on stage.