In 1994 Godin debuted the Multiac, another major step in the evolution of the acoustic/electric guitar. Not only has the Multiac set a new standard for amplified acoustic guitar sound but also includes an interface for direct connection to Roland GR-series synths. The superb tracking (the speed of the synth response in relation to the guitar) is often mistakenly credited to the Multiac electronics. Make no mistake the RMC system in the Multiac is truly state of the art, but the Multiacs are distinguished by the fact that every aspect of the design has been considered for its impact on the instruments tracking. Wood selection, top bracing, scale .. in other words almost every component of the instrument has some impact on tracking and it is the special attention to all of these details that ultimately results in the best synth tracking in the business.
Body - Mahogany Top - Solid Spruce Neck - Mahogany Fingerboard - Ebony Scale - 251/2" Radius - 16" Pickups - RMC micro sensors with synth access
Volume, balance between synth and guitar
S1-S2 Program up/down controls for synth
EQ- 3-Way graphic with mid selector (800-1200 hz) Outputs - 1/4" jack plus 13 pin poly connector Colors: Trans. Blue, Natural Semi-Gloss, Natural High-Gloss, CognacBurst