I can't say enough about this guitar. Start with the neck: this thing plays and feels like a guitar you'd expect to pay 3x the money for, at least. The set-up is perfect for fingerstyle. Just as sweet on the 12th fret and above as on the lower end. The only thing I did was change the strings to D'Addario EXP 26 Custom Lights, 11 - 52. The electronics are superb. There are 2 outputs: Acoustic (mix) and electric. With the acoustic you can mix the acoustic, under bridge, transducer with the humbucker at the neck. This is important because it doesn't say anything about mixing pickups through the acoustic out in the description. There is also an electric output, so you can go out to your acoustic amp and electric amp at the same time and come up with endless mixing combos. I use it 2 ways: the acoustic out to a Bugera AC 60 acoustic amp and mix in a bit of the humbucker. My pedals are chorus, tremelo, and delay. Lots of options here and a great acoustic sound with a bite if you like. Alternatively, I go out the acoustic to the AC 60 and the electric out to a Bugera V22 all tube electric amp. Now you have a ton of options and you can color the sound countless ways. Be sure to download the manual as it does not come with the guitar. The A6 Ultra also comes in a natural color, but if you can afford it, spring for the Cognac burst. The finish is pure beauty. I've played some very expensive guitars in my day but none as sweet as this baby. I don't know how Godin does it. Unbelievable.