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G24124

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This combination of fast synth tracking and a tremolo system makes for incredible sonic power and delivers it in a very user-friendly, eye-pleasing package. Exquisitely playable with surprising resonance and a vibrant natural tone, the LGXT pairs an ergocut mahogany neck with a sleek and smooth ebony fingerboard and a silverleaf maple body topped by figured maple. The LGXT has dual Seymour Duncan humbuckers-a Jazz II in the neck position and a Duncan-modified Custom Custom in the bridge position; a Godin exclusive. The custom RMC X-Bridge fires the piezo transducer output and the excellent synth-tracking system.

Mahogany neck
Richlite fingerboard
Silverleaf maple body
Maple top
Custom RMC X-Bridge
X-Bridge preamp: volume, treble, mids, and bass
Seymour Duncan custom humbuckers
3-way output: magnetic, 13-pin synth, X-Bridge/mix output
5-way switch
Volume and Tone knobs
Synth volume knob
Program up/down control
16" fingerboard radius
25-1/2" scale
1-11/16" nut width mahogany neck
Ebony fingerboard
Silverleaf maple body
Figured maple top
Custom RMC X-Bridge
X-Bridge preamp: volume, treble, mids and bass
Seymour Duncan custom humbuckers
3-way output: magnetic, 13-pin synth, X-Bridge/mix output
5-way switch
Volume and Tone knobs
Synth volume knob
Program up/down control
16" fingerboard radius
25-1/2" scale
1-11/16" nut width

LGXT Floating tremolo Cognac Burst Flame AA with deluxe gig bag0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreToronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
One-of-a-kind guitar. Body: Maple; Neck: Mahogany; Fingerboard: Richlite; Scale Length: 25.5"; Nut Width: 1.6875"; Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan Jazz SH-2n; Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan Custom Custom SH-11p; Color: Cognac Burst Flame; Finish: High Gloss; Gig Bag; Fingerboard Radius: 16"; Nut Type: Graphtech; Frets: 22; Bridge and Tailpiece: Floating Tremolo Bridge; Bridge Electronics: Acoustic output, Floating Tremolo with RMC transducer saddles and 13-pin output; Controls: 3 Outputs: electric, 3-way (voice), 5-way (magnetic), acoustic, mix, On-Board Preamp, Program Up/Down, Synth Volume, Tone, Volume. Fast accurate synth tracking. The acoustic guitar output is generated by the guitar itself and is quite convincing. This is a solid body electric guitar and it sounds real good as an acoustic guitar and much more comfortable playing than an acoustic. Ergocut mahogany neck with a sleek and smooth ebony fingerboard. The custom RMC X-Bridge fires the piezo transducer output and the excellent synth-tracking system. I have a Telecaster, which is a beautiful solid body electric guitar, and I have a Roland pickup installed on the body very close to the bridge. The guitar plays well but adjusting the pickup height for accurate tracking is a nuisance. The Godin guitar has the pickup right in the bridge so the tracking is superb. I have the Godin guitar mounted on an M-Brace on a heavy base mic stand. I play electric guitar segments on my Stratocaster and walk up to the mounted Godin to play synth segments such as strings, nylon string acoustic guitar synthesizer sounds, piano, sax, flutes or special effects via the Roland GR-55 guitar synth. Also, the Godin guitar itself can be connected via 13 pin or 1/4" or both. Sometimes I use just the 1/4" out and play the Godin as a great sounding acoustic. This is a solid body electric guitar so it has to be plugged in to work. It is not an acoustic guitar. But when plugged in, the acoustic sounds are superb. This guitar is $2 Grand but there is no other guitar like it in the world. Fender had a Roland Ready Strat a few years ago for half the price but this guitar is far superior. Plus the Roland Ready Strat is discontinued anyway.
Posted by Gord on Nov 2, 2019
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Great playing guitar with many tones0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreWaterloo, Ontario
Even ignoring the synth and piezo portion, this is a great electric guitar. Somewhat Les Paul in sound with the big punchy humbuckers. They can coil split to get a more single coil sound. The acoustic and synth sounds make this thing almost unlimited in tone combinations.
Posted by Mark on Feb 8, 2019
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