Godin Guitars launches the Metropolis Classic QIT

Comes in a natural semi-gloss finish and a deluxe TRIC case.

Godin Metropolis Classic QIT.

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Godin Guitars has announced the addition of the Metropolis Classic QIT to its line-up of acoustic guitars. 

The Metropolis Classic is a dreadnought that features a full solid construction. The combination of a solid spruce top, along with mahogany back and sides, is claimed to help produce a warmer and more resonant tone. This tonewood profile is completed with the mahogany neck and Richlite fingerboard.

Other notable accoutrements on the Metropolis Classic include the distinctively shaped Metropolis pickguard, ebony bridge, Graphtech nut, a custom Metropolis inlay at the 12th fret, and Custom Godin Electronics. The guitar’s aesthetics are capped off with a natural semi-gloss finish that provides a clean and classic look.

The Godin Metropolis Classic QIT is built entirely in Canada and ships with a Deluxe Godin-branded TRIC case.

Pricing and availability for the Godin Metropolis Classic QIT TBC. For more information, click here.

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