Sometimes you pick up a guitar that feels alive, almost as if every molecule in the instrument is working together to make that sweet sound.
Certainly the fact that the Flat Five is a hollow body instrument accounts for some of this responsiveness, but there is more to the story than that. The body consists of two chambers on each side of a multi-channel centre block. All of the body components are made from solid wood, and complimented with a solid flame maple top. The mahogany neck is a comfortable slim D-Shape in line with the 2002 LGX specifications but in a short scale version, with a 24-fret fingerboard.
The shorter scale allows for a light touch and adds a little extra warmth to the sound. The Godin humbuckers offer exceptional dynamics and 5-way switching that taps every bit of their considerable potential. Blues, Jazz and rock players will feel right at home with the Flat Five.
This example is in exceptional condition given its age with only very light use. complete with hard case.