Godin Redline HB Electric Guitar
(Natural Flame Rosewood Fretboard)
Solid Body Electric Guitars
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
A modern guitar with irresistible features
The Redline HB Electric Guitar features Godin's own ferocious humbucker pickups housed in a string-through, silver leaf maple body with poplar wings that is topped with gorgeous flame maple. The Godin Redline HB Guitar features a fast and fleet rock maple neck with ergocut rosewood fingerboard and 24 super jumbo frets. It also has the aggressively styled Redline 3 & 3 headstock, thick black binding on the Natural Flame model, a fixed bridge, volume, and tone controls for a simple, effective way to tame your tone. Includes gig bag.
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- Double-cutaway bolt-on construction
- Flame maple top
- Rock maple neck with soft "V" profile
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 16 " fingerboard radius
- 24-3/4" Scale
- 1-11/16" nut width
- Silver leaf maple body center with poplar wings
- 2 Godin humbuckers (Neck: GHN1 / Bridge: GHB1)
- 3-way switch, 1 volume, and 1 tone
- Fixed Bridge with string thru body design
- Includes gig bag
Classy and cool with fully equipped components, this Godin guitar will be right at home in your arms. Order yours today!
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Comments about Godin Redline HB Electric Guitar:
I was looking for something with HB's to compliment my Strat and I wanted to try a faster and flatter neck. My acoustic is a Seagull and I have had a Godin electric before (Radiator) so I knew about their quality, but I wasn't prepared for this guitar to be so good. The neck is perfect for me. The fretboard and the finish on the maple are just right. The assembly of the guitar and the quality of the components really exceeds anything out there for the price and it's made in North America. The cutaway lets you really use the upper frets without any hand gymnastics. Finally, the sound is everything I wanted. Plugged into a Rivera Pubster I don't need any pedals to get all the way from clean comping to fusion style distorted sustain. Plus it's light and balanced.