Godin Improve Guitar Tone

High-Definition Revoicer to be included in selected guitars      16/08/07

Godin Improve Guitar Tone


Godin say that a guitar equipped with their new High-Definition Revoicer system is like having 2 sets of pickups in 1 Godin guitar. They tell us that H.D.R. revoices and augments the frequency range of each pickup, taking them to the next level of sonic clarity with a zero-hum, noiseless high-definition sound, giving players that extra bite along with dynamic response that accentuates the natural nuances of the instrument.
Revoiced with an active preamp, the new Godin H.D.R system enables you to go from passive to active pickups with the simple push of a button located between the tone and volume knobs on select Godin electric models. Simply put, say Godin, the H.D.R. gives players the best of both worlds. Also, this ‘true bypass’ system keeps the integrity of the passive pickups while making them active.
The H.D.R. system is set to be released at the upcoming MIAC show from August 26-27, 2007 in Toronto Canada. The new Godin Velocity, which will also be introduced at the show, will be the first model to feature the High-Definition Revoicer. Pricing and Availability:
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