Godin is Canada`s premier guitar manufacturer and a brand of worldwide prominence. Their catalog, though mostly based on the classic Fender/Gibson heritage, still manages to show true character and authenticity. Session line deals with vintage-styled guitars made for modern players who need a versatile axe able to cover a vast range of styles.
Godin Session Custom `59 rocks a single-cut body (based on the classic Tele design) with a beveled top and bolt-on neck joint. It is made of Canadian Laurentian basswood in its entirety, while the neck is made of rock maple. 22-fret fingerboard (both rosewood and made options are available) is on its top.
Godin`s Custom Cajun in the bridge and SD `59 Classic in the neck are passive, but at a touch of the HDR button, they turn into an active set. Godin`s own patented string-through trem bridge and die-cast tuners keep this beast in perfect tune.
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Feels and sounds great! Love the HDR switch but also never having to worry about producing sound even if the battery dies. This guitar covers all the bases!
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