Acoustic sound, electric comfort.
The high-gloss Godin A6 Ultra HG Semi-Acoustic-Electric Guitar boasts the innovations found in all Godin A-series guitars. You get plugged-in acoustic sound with the feel of an electric guitar neck, and a chambered body that virtually eliminates feedback in live and loud settings.
The A6 Ultra HG guitar also has the added "oomph" and full tone of a Godin humbucker pickup in the neck position. An an under-saddle transducer, dual outputs (acoustic and electric) that combine for a huge stereo sound and a Custom Godin preamp voiced specifically for the A6 Ultra HG help constuct the tones you want. The preamp gives guitarists tone control via sliders for acoustic volume, treble, mid, bass, and independent controls for the electric humbucker's volume, treble and bass.
Whether plugging into the single acoustic mix or in stereo (via both outputs), controlling your Godin A6 guitar's tone is at your finger tips. And the high-gloss A6 Ultra guitar delivers in all styles of music from jazz to rock to country as well as being a great blues slide guitar.
A solid cedar top, a 2-chambered silver leaf maple body, the high-gloss finish, a mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, and the comfortable feel of an ergocut back complete the Godin high gloss Ultra A6 guitar.
Includes a gig bag.
Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
- Radius: 16" (40.6cm)
- Scale: 25-1/2" (64.75cm)
- Nut Width: 1-11/16" (43cm)
- Top: Solid Cedar
- Body: Two-chambered silver leaf maple
- Finish: High-gloss
- Controls: Custom Godin Pre-amp, 1x electric ouput, 1x acoustic output
- Pick-ups: Godin Humbucker & EPM under saddle transducer
- Includes a gig bag
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Comments about Godin A6 Ultra HG Semi-Acoustic Electric Guitar:
Admittedly purchased pretty spontaneously while I was looking for a descent jazz guitar. What especially attracted my attention was the neck pickup. When I received the guitar, I was absolutely impressed with the finish and fretwork and, mostly with the electronics. This guitar covers 2 of my primary styles with ease, jazz and acoustic. And I mean real - jamming out jazz charlton/martino type stuff.. Using the neck pickup, you will get solid tones from the chambered body and not those tinny thin tones the average semi-hollow will produce. It will handle all the strings sizes. Re-fitted with electric 10's and you bend and shred just like a Strat. The cluster of controls handles both the acoustic and the electric pickups. The neck is a very comfortable C shape and fits me perfectly like a glove. I can roll from finger play to complex chord voicings very easily, without the feel of a hard edge against the palm. This is crucial to my playing comfort. You can do solo style acoustic and forget all about the electric side of the guitar. I received it setup perfectly, much lower and faster than any acoustic guitar I've ever touched. I have seen electric acoustics advertised as "electric" players guitars, but frankly this instrument is not a really a crutch guitar. It totally stands on its own as a capable and impressive jazz guitar, and also is a superb acoustic guitar in its own right. You can fit the notes with ease all the way up the fret board. It has found a permanent home in my collection.