Godin Guitars Launches the Fairmont CH Composer

A comfortable Concert Hall body shape with a shallow depth and sleek silhouette.

Montreal, QC (February 19, 2021) -- Godin Guitars is proud to announce the launch of the Fairmount CH Composer QIT acoustic guitar as part of its successful Godin Acoustic Series. This stunning and great-sounding acoustic is absolutely wonderful to play!


The Fairmount CH Composer has a comfortable Concert Hall body shape (CH), with a shallow depth and sleek silhouette, making it a great songwriting and performing companion. The body is made up of an all-mahogany construction with a smooth semi-gloss finish. The top and back are Solid Mahogany with Layered Mahogany sides.

It also has a Mahogany neck, so you can be sure to get rich and rounded tones with this guitar, while it is also well balanced with the addition of a Richlite fretboard, an ebony bridge, and a 25.5" long scale for added brightness and harmonic richness in the overall tone.

The nut width is 1.72" for easy and seamless chords, and it's Graph Tech TUSQ™, along with the bridge saddle. The Fairmount CH Composer comes equipped with the Godin QIT system with integrated tuner for convenient plug-and-play performance.

Godin's long-standing reputation of quality and vision is put on display with this new model—built entirely in Canada.

Godin Fairmount CH Composer QIT ($899.00 USD MAP price)

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