#1
Hey all,

I tried this guitar out last night, and I'm getting a decent deal on it. Bought new for 1200, selling to me for 300 plus my Jet King 2.

It's got an acoustic piezo pickup with separate 3 band EQ and volume, a blend for acoustic/electric, an acoustic output and an electric output, a 3 way selector, 3 duckbucker hums, and it was pro-set up for 11s in the fall. Plays great, just has a scratch selector switch.

I'm wondering if anyone knows of any long term issues with this guitar, etc. And if I were to use the acoustic output on it (which is active with a 9v battery) do I need a DI to plug straight into a PA (open mic stuff, etc).

Cheers!
#2
Godin is completely, absolutely awesome in my book.

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#3
Quote by affinity_strat
Godin is completely, absolutely awesome in my book.



I think I can live with that
#4
All the Godin guitars Ive played have been spectacular.

You can plug straight from the acoustic output into the PA; the reason it is active is because it has a preamp .
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.