Godin Multiac ACS Slim Nylon Acoustic Electric Guitar With Bag

    Shop Godin Multiac ACS Slim Nylon Acoustic Electric Guitar With Bag from AMS with 0% Interest Payment Plans and Free Shipping.
    Serial No.

    1 option(s) to choose from.

    Black$1,125.00

    AMS Buyers Benefits!
    MSRP: $1,430.00
    Save:21%
    $1,125.00
    0% Interest Payment Plans

    ##payments## Payments of
    $140.63
    Add to Wish List
    Product Description

    The Slim in the moniker refers to the 1.715" neck width at the nut, which is a mere 16th of an inch wider than our standard electric guitar nut width. If you do most of your playing on a guitar with a fairly narrow neck (most solid body electric guitars) this is the ACS-SA for you. The slim neck of this guitar along with our Ergocut shaping technique and 16" fingerboard radius provide for a very easy transition for steel string guitar players looking to integrate nylon string guitar sounds into their music. The chambered, silverleaf maple body with a cedar top results in an instrument that is virtually free of feedback, making it easy to use even in loud stage situations.

    Product Specifications
    Godin Multiac ACS Slim Nylon Acoustic Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Body: Solid Body Design with Silver Leaf Maple back
    • Top: Cedar
    • Neck: Mahogany
    • Fingerboard: Richlite
    • Fingerboard radius: 16"
    • Scale Length: 25 1/2" 
    • Nut width: 1.715" 
    • Electronics: Custom RMC Electronics, 13 pin midi access
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  Warranty:  Limited Lifetime Non-Transferable; All electronic components, tuning machines, hardware, cases, and case hardware are warranted for one (1) year
    Harley Banks
    Product Rating brightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstardullstar
    Subject
    Slim line sounds great, not really great however.
    Product Rating
    What is your opinion of this product?
    My review is almost identical to the other gentleman here...Don't be fooled into the slim line if your primarily an electric player. For lead work...this guitar is brilliant. You can rip it up and down and it feels seemless. But you literally cannot fret cowboy chords (open position chords) as the nylon strings are too thick and too close together. The elliptical string vibrations are almost guaranteed to find an unwanted section of your adjacent finger - the space between the treble strings are just not enough clearance. Absolute precision is nearly impossible. Great idea in theory, though not applicable in practice, IMHO. You need the extra space between the treble strings to fret open position sliding chords properly. And like president Trumpkov, I don't have very big hands... and no matter how precise and meticulous I was...basic chords simply could not ring out...bigly ineffective; always some kind of muffleage going on. The guitar is quality all around though - electronics very very nice and fit my hartke acr5 like Ying and yang. The tone I was getting out that combo was to die for, no exaggeration! I pulled myself into a siren-esque trance shocked by the impeccable sound eminating from the hartke acr5. All was a hit, except the slim line will inhibit your rhythm playing. Even for us lead guitar players, we like to slow it down a bit from time to time. I had to send it back for the koa top with a slightly taller fretboard and increased space between strings. Your gonna need an amp as this is more solid body and not chambered in a fashion you might expect from a semi hollow body per say. I expected like a Taylor t5z-ish in a fair dichotomy. I assumed wrong. Also tuning was deffffffinately a problem. But after some reading it appears new strings and a PROPER string job should solve that. Many others verified that after a new set of strings and a correct restring, most were satisfied proceeding forward. Uuugh Richlite? Ok...I guess...just because it compliments nylon strings well and passes the ear and feel test...but I'm a bit skeptical about this compound Richlite. Though it will suffice fine & will have to settle for fake ebony at this price range...It's a nice guitar, but this one kinda fit like OJ's glove ya know. I think the koa top ACS SA will get me where I'm looking to go But hey...what does this pleb know anyways?
    separator
    Jason mcdonald
    Product Rating brightstarbrightstarbrightstarbrightstardullstar
    Subject
    Beautiful guitar just wasn't for me
    What is your opinion of this product?
    First off, I love Godin guitars! I purchased a Godin multiact last year and it has been my go to guitar since the first day I put it in my hands. I was interested in this model obviously for the slim neck. I found "in my opinion " the neck to be too narrow for the nylon strings. I play fingerstyle and sometimes I can really get into with my right hand, heavy pull offs and smacks ect. I found with this model, several times the strings would come out of the grooves at the rear bridge. This was very problematic for my style. I completely understand that not everyone plays like I do however I felt the need to leave feedback. It is a very beautiful guitar but the black finish smears up very quickly. Plugged in, It does not sound as good as my multiact. I play through a l1 bose system.
    separator
    Discussions
    Currently there are no discussions available for this item.
    Promotion8
    8 Payments! 0% Interest!
    8 Easy Payments! Limited Time!
    No Special Credit Card Application - 0% Interest! Your credit card will be billed in 8 equal payments, every 31 days, starting on the day your order is shipped. 8 Payment plan will need credit approval. Applies to new items only.
    Loading....