Based on the design of the Multiac Doyle Dykes Signature, the Steel delivers authentic acoustic sounds with zero feedback, according to Godin.
It’s equipped with a custom-voiced LR Baggs Electronic system, with the ability to blend an LB6 under-saddle transducer with a Lyric internal microphone, while there’s also a Seymour Duncan Lipstick pickup, which can be introduced via volume and tone knobs.
Otherwise, the new model features a solid spruce top, dual chambered mahogany body, mahogany neck, Richlite fingerboard and white binding with a natural finish.
We rate the Multiac Encore Nylon as one of the best nylon-string acoustic guitars on the market, so we’ve got high hopes for this one.
There’s no RRP yet, but the Multiac Steel is due to hit stores post-NAMM. See Godin Guitars for more info.
The news follows two other announcements from the Canadian firm: a signature guitar for Phil Collins guitarist Daryl Stuermer, as well as plans to release its first-ever acoustic guitar line.
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