Godin Multiac Steel Doyle Dykes Signature Edition HG Acoustic-Electric Guitar Regular Black

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This item was returned in mint condition. It is free of any performance issues, and has no scratches, blemishes, or other cosmetic flaws.
Godin proudly unveiled the Multiac Steel Doyle Dykes Signature Edition guitar at the 2018 Winter NAMM show. Built to Dyke's specifications, the Multiac Steel Doyle Dykes Signature Edition comes with tons of tonal possibilities, thanks to a custom-voiced L.R. Baggs Electronics system which offers the possibility of blending an LB6 saddle transducer with a Lyric acoustic guitar microphone. This highly-anticipated signature model comes with a solid spruce top on a dual chambered mahogany body, mahogany neck, Richlite fingerboard, white binding, beautiful white rose inlays at the 12th fret and black finish.

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ConditionB-Stock (Used)
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