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** SOLD ** Godin A4 Ultra Excelllent Condition
£800
Wimbledon


Andy
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I  brought this for a project which shifted direction and so was never used.

It's in superb condition as I've owned it from new (annoyingly has 1 tiny ding/imperfection in the lacquer that was there when I brought it - I'll get a picture uploaded tomorrow)

Comes in it's original canvas gigbag.

A couple of notes pulled from  reviews:

Perceived as the top model in the Godin bass range, the A4 is essentially a slimline electro-acoustic bass in looks and sounds, but with a definite electric bass guitar feel about it.

It was the manufacturer's intention of producing a cross between a solid-bodied and an acoustic bass.

It's a whole lot more comfortable to play than a fully sized acoustic bass even if it does mean a little gain in overall weight.

The neck, in particular, feels more like a regular solid bass.

Collection preferred. No trades sorry.

My feedback:

 

 

 

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Hi Andy,

Just a quick reply here to see if the Godin is still available ?

Was wondering where exactly the tiny ding/imperfection in the lacquer is located . . . I'm only viewing on an old iPad this end but I can't spot the ding ?

Could you confirm the neck profile . . is it more like a Jazz or a precision profile ? . . ie, in terms of "chunkiness", nut width etc . . .

Anyway I may be interested if your still want to move it on ?

 

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On 28/06/2020 at 12:57, Nostromo said:

Hi Andy,

Just a quick reply here to see if the Godin is still available ?

Was wondering where exactly the tiny ding/imperfection in the lacquer is located . . . I'm only viewing on an old iPad this end but I can't spot the ding ?

Could you confirm the neck profile . . is it more like a Jazz or a precision profile ? . . ie, in terms of "chunkiness", nut width etc . . .

Anyway I may be interested if your still want to move it on ?

 

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