Godin has, for almost full four decades, produced exclusively guitars with bolted necks. A few years ago, it was Icon Series that changed things with it`s set neck construction. Today, Icon series got revised and offered in a more affordable package. It is now called Core, and it consists of three models. Core P90, just like other two models in the series, starts off with a chambered, single cutaway body made of mahogany back and maple top. The top is bound in creme and features an elevated pickguard. There are numerous color options available, of which some include: vintage sunburst, light burst, black. The bridge is Graphtech`s Resomax wrap-around with chrome plating. In the pickup department, bridge and neck positions are assigned to a couple of P-90 soap bar pickups. These bad boys are harnessed through a setup of split volume and tone controls with a three-way selector. The neck is made of mahogany and along the slim contour, it features a set-in joint. The fingerboard is made of rosewood with 20 frets and dot position inlays. 24-3/4" scale and chrome plated hardware wrap the story up. The MSRP is set just under $1,000.
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