1990s Godin Multiac Acoustic/Electric Classical Guitar

This Godin classical is pre-Multiac (model name) but basically the same instrument. It looks like a solidbody electric guitar but it's actually chambered and fit with a normal, cedar, solid acoustic soundboard with fan bracing. The bridge has a piezo transducer pickup under the saddle and there are these neat metal "tone tines" inside the body for extra resonance. An EQ and preamp as well as battery compartment is installed on the upper-bout.

Plugged-in it sounds great, though it does draw power from two 9V batteries. It also feels really good. I like that neck and the extra frets the cutaway body allows access to. It's sort-of a "crossover" guitar because of the radiused board and slimmed-down profile, but it still has a generous nut width for traditional players to get comfortable with.

So, yes, a successful instrument. It's also dang clean and comes with its original case, too.

Repairs included: setup, cleaning, adjustments.

Made by: Godin

Model: Multiac (basically) classical

Made in: Canada

Top wood: solid cedar

Back & sides wood: solid somethingorother

Bracing type: fan

Bridge: rosewood

Fretboard: rosewood

Neck wood: mahogany

Action height at 12th fret: 3/32" overall (quick)
String gauges: seems like normal-tension classical

Neck shape: slim D

Board radius: ~14"

Truss rod: adjustable

Neck relief: straight

Fret style: medium-bigger

Scale length: 25 3/8"

Nut width: 1 7/8"

Body length: 19"

Body width: 15"

Body depth: 1 3/4"

Weight: 7 lb 4 oz

Condition notes: really clean with only the most minor use evident.

It comes with: its original hard case.