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« on: March 24, 2017, 05:32:37 PM »

I might call it the "super deluxe" now.

 Just installed the ML Gen 3's in the guitar.
 The pick-ups it came with were ok ( Seymour Duncans) but I found them a tad brittle and bright.

With the Larrivee Humbuckers, it's now more the guitar I wanted, as far as sound (fatter, richer, more gain).

A lovely instrument, made in my own back yard.
 terrific design, two knobs instead of 4, switch on the upper bout, light weight, chambered design that doesn't feedback, perfect size and fit, and now with those pick-ups and much better tuners, it's quite a lovely playing and sounding guitar!

To view pictures, just scroll down to the "Godin does it again" thread.
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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2017, 07:09:27 PM »

Beautiful - a very "classic" look. If they made a lefty version I'd be mighty gassy...
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1979 L-19  |  1992 OM-05  |  2010 RS-4 in Candy Blue  |  2013 C-10 Italian Spruce/Silver Oak  |  2016 L-05 Custom
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