Friday, July 18, 2008

The Godin 5th Avenue Wins Over a Vintage Purist



We are excited to offer the new Godin 5th Avenue guitar. The 5th Avenue is an archtop guitar, made of Godin's signature 3 layer Wild Cherry laminate. Like all of Godin's guitars, the 5th avenue is made in Canada.

The sound was enough to impress Josh, a famously tweaky vintage guitar purist. He is considering selling his '56 Gibson ES125 and using this guitar.

From Godin:
The Godin 5th Avenue brings you back to a time when the archtop acoustic guitar reigned supreme. With the soul of a 1950’s archtop, the 5th Avenue is a true vintage spirit of yesterday with today’s level of modern playability. With more projection & volume in the low/mids than traditional archtop acoustic guitars, the dynamically rich tone of the 5th Avenue makes this sophisticated instrument a dream to play, but not a nightmare to pay for. The Godin 5th Avenue now makes the affordable North American archtop guitar a reality!
How affordable, you ask? The 5th Avenue retails for $625, and we are selling it for just $515 including a gig bag.

We can also announce that towards the end of this year, Godin will be releasing a version of the 5th Avenue with a single P90.

...but you don't have to wait until then. We are offering a Godin 5th Avenue with a single Lollar hand-wound P-90 by Jason Lollar.
We can offer these guitars for $795 with a gig bag. These guitars are available for custom order right now!

Call us or email us for more details!

3 Comments:

At 10:43 PM, Blogger Marc said...

Where do you place the P90 pickup? Would it be noticable? Or is it in side the guitar some how?

_Marc

 
At 10:52 AM, Blogger C.B. Perkins said...

Hi Marc,

We have posted more pictures on our website. The link:
http://www.cbperkins.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=100&Category_Code=g5thave

If that is not working, you can go to our home page (cbperkins.com), and there is also a link there.

Thanks for your interest!

 
At 7:30 PM, Blogger john said...

Hi,any chance you could post a video of someone playing that baby with 12 gauge strings on it?

 

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