Godin Guitars Launches the Metropolis Classic QIT

The newly designed dread features a solid mahogany back & sides and solid spruce top.

Montreal, QC (January 6, 2020) -- Godin Guitars is pleased to announce the launch of the Metropolis Classic QIT guitar as part of its high-quality acoustic lineup. The Godin Metropolis line of acoustic guitars is synonymous with high standards of quality and design. Meeting those same criteria, at a price point that is highly competitive, is the Metropolis Classic QIT.

The classic dreadnought body shape will make you feel right at home with its solid mahogany back & sides and solid Spruce top, all producing a tone that is equally warm as it is loud. Other quality build and design components include the distinctive Metropolis pickguard, mahogany neck with Richlite fretboard, ebony bridge, custom Metropolis inlay at the 12th fret, and custom Godin electronics.

The Metropolis Classic QIT is an absolute acoustic benchmark at a value that will have you strumming for joy! This new model is offered in a natural semi-gloss finish and includes a Deluxe Godin-branded TRIC case.

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

Godin Metropolis Classic QIT ($899.00 USD MAP price)

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