Godin Grand Concert Guitars

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Two Left Hands
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Godin Grand Concert Guitars

Post by Two Left Hands » Wed May 30, 2018 12:12 pm

After my last post about trying to find Mahogany nylon string Classical guitars I stumbled across this model of Godin guitar with a 2inch neck.
The reviews and videos are very interesting and it has been repeated in them that the guitar still plays well unplugged.
As a keen but very novice player who has weekly lessons and is only looking to play classical guitar for enjoyment at home the electric option would add a 'fun' element and give me a guitar to practice and play on both plugged and unplugged.
Has anybody got any experience owning or playing this instrument?
I am keen to hear of any body playing it unplugged and if it would be perfect for my lessons as it would make sense to have a one guitar fits all instrument.
I know that 'serious' classical players will probably frown on the idea but as a person learning guitar later in life this would seem ideal as my talent level and ambition are both 'realistic' even though I take my learning seriously.
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Two Left Hands
Posts: 24
Joined: Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:20 pm
Location: Havant, Hampshire

Re: Godin Grand Concert Guitars

Post by Two Left Hands » Wed May 30, 2018 12:24 pm

I appear to have posted twice, how do I remove one of them?
Yamaha C40

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