Acoustic/Electric/Electric/MIDI Bliss Godin LGX-SA
Had guitar 3 days, its 4+ guitars in one!
1. Nice low volume & sound unplugged, which I need since grave-shift boys sleep in next room and have to work with headphones until afternoons
2. Acoustic jack out:
With Godin LGX-SA >----> Fishman ToneDeq >---->Yamaha HS8 Studio monitors I get a
sweet sound not same as my Martin GC1 Cocobolo, great sound just different.
3. Electric jack out:
Extremely close to the Carvin CT6 carvetop that I miss very much. I currently do electric about 10% of the time, will be months before I can review this part better
4. GK3 type midi out)
Godin LGX-SA >----> Boss GP10 >---->Yamaha HS8 Studio I now have 20 more guitars,3 Basses,3 synth guitars and 20+ preamps plus effects. All sounding amazing (GP10 review coming later). GP10 also gives you alt tuning (including octave up/down in 1 step increments) and a 12 string emulation (that I don't have dialed in quite yet, as I am spoiled by my Martin GC12)
Also as a MIDI guitar I can play all the midi instruments in my DAW (Reason).
Acoustic out >----> Fishman ToneDeq >----> FOH (or just use GP10 Models)
Electric out >----> GP10 Guitar in >---->Guitar out to amp (effects only) or FOH through GP10 outs
MIDI (GK3 style) >----> GP10 > FOH
and I can leave my martins (12 & 6 string) for acoustic only (no amp) events
Please email me if questions or setup with GP10.
Sack is the greatest, very quick on getting questions answered and Sweetwater ALWAYS gives great service.
PS if buying GP10 get the one with pickup to save money on GK3 midi cord!