Godin Launches the Multiac Steel

The guitar is equipped with a custom-voiced electronics system which blends an L.R. Baggs Element undersaddle transducer with a Lyric internal microphone.

Montreal, QC (February 14, 2019) -- Showgoers at Winter NAMM 2019 will be among the first to try Godin Guitars’ latest addition to the Multiac line: the Godin Multiac Steel. This steel-string guitar was developed to bring authentic acoustic sounds straight to the stage with zero feedback issues at any volume.

The Multiac Steel is based off the design of the Multiac Doyle Dykes Signature and contains many of the same features found on that iconic guitar. The guitar is equipped with a custom-voiced L.R. Baggs Electronic system which offers the possibility of blending an L.R. Baggs Element undersaddle transducer with a Lyric internal microphone. In addition, a Seymour Duncan Lipstick pickup can also be introduced to the sound palette with the volume and tone knobs for the pickup placed conveniently on the body.

This new model comes with a solid Spruce top on a dual chambered mahogany body, mahogany neck, a Richlite fingerboard, white binding with a Natural finish.

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