The original Multiac Nylon combines cutting edge acoustic guitar design with state-of-the-art on-board electronics and synth access. The 25 1/2" scale, the 1 7/8" nut width, and the fingerboard radius—a slight 16"—all contribute to an easy feel for steel string players to adapt to. This has become the instrument of choice for guitarists of all genres looking to incorporate nylon string guitar sounds in their music.
Godin Multiac Nylon SA Guitar Features
The SA (synth access)
- Chambered Mahogany body
- Spruce top
- Mahogany neck
- Width nut 1 7/8''
- Richlite Fretboard
- Custom RMC electronics for 13 pin Roland synths and most other 13 pin devices
The Multiacs that use the RMC PolydriveTM system can be recognized by the individual transducer saddles under each string. This system not only produces superb amplified sound, but also produces a hexaphonic output through a 13-pin connector, which provides these guitars with direct access to RolandTM GR-Series synthesizers. The RMCTM system with synth access is featured in the Multiac Nylon SA, the Grand Concert SA, the Multiac Spectrum, ACS-SA, ACS Slim, the Multiac Fretless and the Multiac Jazz. The key to the exceptional synth tracking of the Multiac lies not just in the electronics but also in the carefully selected and balanced blend of different wood used in its design. All of the materials used are the result of extensive prototype testing to achieve the best possible combination of plugged-in guitar sound and synth tracking.
SA output section
All of the Multiac SA models are equipped with two outputs. The 1/4" phone output works with a regular guitar cord. The 13-pin connector provides hexophonic (a separate signal for each string) output that is compatible with a number of devices most notably the Roland GR-Series guitar synths.