Godin Multiac Encore Grand Concert SA - Cedar Top

7-string Acoustic-electric Guitar with Chambered Mahogany Body, Cedar Top, Mahogany Neck, Richlite Fretboard, Custom Preamp, and Gig Bag - Natural
4.5/5 3 Write review Item ID: MultiAcCGC7str
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Nylon Strings Meet Modern Technology!

Godin's MultiAc Grand Concert nylon-string guitar feels absolutely fantastic, and its thinline design and amazing pickup system make it your go-to live instrument. You get maximum control over your amplified tone, thanks to a built-in custom preamp. The MultiAc Grand Concert boasts individual pickups under each string to give you excellent amplified acoustic sound, plus guitar synth connectivity - this guitar's sonic potential is virtually unlimited! With both 1/4" instrument and 13-pin synth outputs, the MultiAc Grand Concert nylon-string guitar is amazingly flexible.

Godin MultiAc Grand Concert Seven-string Nylon-string Guitar at a Glance:
  • Impressive tonewood combination
  • Plays fast and smooth
  • Godin's Commitment to Quality
Impressive tonewood combination

Godin crafted the MultiAc Grand Concert to give you an amazing playing experience, and they started with the tonewoods. This striking guitar has a solid cedar top, a chambered mahogany body, a very comfortable mahogany neck, and a very classy Richlite fingerboard (which also helps the synth pickups track more accurately). You simply won't find a more stage-ready nylon-string guitar out there! The MultiAc Grand Concert minimizes the potential for onstage feedback, and its controls are placed where you can easily get to them.

Plays fast and smooth

The Richlite fretboard on the Godin MultiAc Grand Concert features a fast-playing 24" radius, perfect for intricate fretwork. Whether you play classical guitar, flamenco, jazz, or any other style, you'll find the MultiAc Grand Concert Duet Ambiance a dream to play.

Godin's Commitment to Quality

Since the early 1970s, Godin has been crafting pro-quality instruments loaded with innovations. Whether you're a session pro or a re-creational player, Godin has a guitar built to suit you perfectly. You'll love the clean lines, exceptionally comfortable playing feel, and exquisite tone you get from a Godin guitar. You get it all: classic craftsmanship, modern features, and amazing tonality. Here's your chance to get your hands on a pro-quality guitar!

Godin MultiAc Grand Concert Seven-string Nylon-string Guitar Features:
  • Well-appointed nylon-string guitar with 1/4" instrument output and 13-pin synth
  • Custom electronics give you powerful control over your tone
  • Seven-string model
  • Chambered mahogany body for rich tone and light weight
  • Mahogany neck helps enhance sustain
  • Richlite fretboard with 24" radius plays fast and smooth
  • Onboard electronics with tone and volume controls, 1/4" instrument output, and 13-pin synth output
  • Gig bag included
Godin's MultiAc Grand Concert is a performer's dream come true!

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Tech Specs

String Type Nylon
Number of Strings 7
Body Shape MultiAc
Body Style Single Cutaway
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Finish High-gloss
Top Wood Solid Cedar
Back & Sides Wood Chambered mahogany body
Neck Wood Mahogany
Fingerboard Material Richlite, 24" radius
Number of Frets 19
Scale Length 25.59"
Bridge Material Ebony
Nut/Saddle Material Tusq nut
Nut Width 2.36"
Electronics Custom preamp
Strings Pro Arte Classical, (.028-.044)
Case Included Gig Bag
Manufacturer Part Number 038114

Customer Reviews

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A dream come true

I've been at the 7-string for 4 decades now, usually an arcgtop or electric with steel strings. I had a flamenco guitar converted to 7-string a few years ago, and loved the sound, but couldn't get it work as well in real-world (LOUD) situations. The Godin, however, is perfectly designed for playing amplified, the pickups are the renowned RMC system, which I have had installed in several of my guitars, best tracking on the planet. They also work quite well with a multi-processing pedal such as a Digitech or Zoom, giving a very good electric guitar sound, distortion and all, and imitating a jazz guitar sound very well. The synth tracking is the best, and there isn't anything quite like playing the bass lines with the 7th and 6th strings while dialing in strings, flutes, vocal choruses, steel drums, electric pianos, whatever you like. For working with singers, it's a perfect solution.

Addendum re Godin Multiac Grand Concert 7 String

I have a few more notes to add, to a previous review..hopefully these can be combined with addendum to my earlier positive review.. I am still very positive. However, .I am troubled that the fretboard is a synthetic material instead of ebony. I do not buy the explanation that this change from real hardwood to some kind of synthetic material, makes synth tracking better. Other comments, not critical to playing ease or sound, are that the opening cover plates on the back of the instrument are a completely different wood/material than the substance of the back. The pairing looks very strange.
Music background: Professor of Guitar and Lute

Godin 7 string

I have played 7 string guitars since the late 60s....Devoted to George Van Eps recordings, and studied with and loved Bucky Pizzarelli. Used to sneak into the the St Regis in Manhattan, NY to hear Bucky and George Barnes, just to absorb the great moves Bucky had on his, at the time, Gretsch 7-string (it was green). Later he switched to Bob Benedetto. Me, I have followed him every step along the way, except, after a 2 instruments by Gretsch, two by Benedetto, I am playing also, a Godin seven string. It is not as fast as the Benedetto, because of the design (for classical players), and the fretboard does not appear to be ebony, but rather some kind of synthetic substance. Still, it plays well, is finished carefully...I expect it to sound good amplified I have two other nylon string godins that sound great, so no reason to expect this to sound otherwise. Service from Sweetwater always great. I actually have as I think about it 5 Godin instruments. So, guess I am a Godin fan. However, have absolutely no connection to this company at all.
Music background: Professor of Guitar and Lute
See also: Acoustic-Electric Guitars, Godin, Godin Acoustic / Electric Guitars, Godin Classical/Nylon String Guitars