NAMM 2020: Godin’s A12 Black boasts a 12-string sound in a lightweight package

The A12 Black uses a two-chambered body and is virtually feedback-free.

NAMM 2020: Godin has announced the A12 Black HG as the newest addition to its A-series, making the 12-stringer the latest instrument in Godin’s lineup to receive the feedback-free upgrade.

The A12 Black HG features a lightweight two-chambered Silver Leaf Maple body that eliminates feedback in both live and loud settings. This method of construction reduces the overall weight of the instrument, making it easier to perform with. A Richlite fingerboard provides a similar texture to ebony and custom Godin onboard electronics provide precise control over tonal expression.

Godin’s newest 12-string comes with Canadian Laurentian basswood wings, a solid cedar top, a Richlite bridge, a Graphtech nut, a maple neck, and sports a high-gloss finish.

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Pricing and availability of the Godin A12 Black HG TBC. For more information, click here.

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