Godin Guitars updates its session line with the Session HT

The range of versatile S-types gets a hard-tail version.

The Godin Session HT

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Godin Guitars has launched the Session HT, a North American-made solid body electric guitar. In contrast to the tremolo-fitted Session LTD, the Session HT comes with a string-through hardtail bridge for added stability and sustain.

The Session HT’s double-cut shape might seem familiar, but it has a few unique design aspects up its sleeve to separate it from the crowd. The pickup configuration is H-S-S, with Godin’s own humbuckers and single coils. The humbucker, master volume, and five-way selector switch are mounted in the silver-leaf maple body, while the two single-coils are mounted in the pickguard. The 22-fret maple neck sports a 12” radius Indian laurel fretboard.

The varied pickup configuration, push-pull tone pot and 25.5” scale length mean the guitar should tackle a huge range of tones with ease. The guitar comes finished in either Matte Black, Trans Cream, or Bourbon Burst, and is assembled in the USA from parts hand-crafted in Canada.

More information at Godinguitars.com.

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