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GODIN GODIN GODIN PROGRESSION PLUS BLACK MN & GIG BAG NEW $2,019

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Mannys

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161-163 ST GEORGES RD, FITZROY NORTH, VIC, 3068

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  • Manufacturer: GODIN
  • Model: PROGRESSIONPLUS
  • Item Condition: NEW
  • ID: #102344

Description

Enjoy the powerful response and ergonomic design of this Godin Progression Plus electric guitar. The unique high-definition revoicer, or HDR, lets you push a button to switch your pickups from passive to active, giving you two complete sets of pickups in one guitar: five active and five passive pickups. This revoicing of each pickup, along with the augmentation of its frequency range, provides the extra bite and dynamic response you need. Amazing tone comes from the Godin GS-2 single-coil pickups in the neck and mid positions plus a Seymour Duncan JB Jr. single-coil-size humbucker in the bridge.

The rounded, contoured ergonomic body of this electric guitar makes it a delight to play. The Tru-Loc Trem system lets you use an Allen key to lock the tremolo arm into your own comfort zone, so the arm stays locked in place reliably while still offering the smooth, full mobility you need during play.

Features Hard rock maple neck
Ergocut maple fingerboard
Canadian Laurentian basswood body
12-inch (300 mm) fingerboard radius
25 1/2-inch (647.5 mm) scale
1 11/16-inch (43 mm) nut width
2x Godin GS-2 single-coil pickups
1x Seymour Duncan JB Jr. single-coil-size 'rails' humbucker pickup (Bridge)
Tortoise shell pickguard
Godin Tru-Loc Tremolo bridge.
Godin high-ratio machine heads
Godin High-Definition Revoicer (H.D.R.).

Store Information

THE HISTORY OF MANNYS

When you shop at Mannys you don’t just get the gear, you get the knowledge and expertise of 25 years of experience as one of Australia’s most influential independent music retailers.

In the beginning…

After managing the Allan’s city store for 10 years, an ambitious Manny Gauci-Seddon decided to open his own music store. He wanted his shop to uphold the values of true support and after-sales service, and to form genuine ongoing relationships with his customer base. The trends of the industry at that time were pointing to more of a disposable, corporate mentality and so in the early years he set out to make a name for himself as a serious independent alternative.

The first store was a funky shop in Smith Street, Collingwood in 1991. By 1998 Manny had outgrown this store and saw the need to focus more on the upcoming computer based recording revolution. He established an address in Johnson St Fitzroy as the arts were booming on the north side of the city. In the same year the opportunity came to acquire a business on Chapel St – the Revolver Music Gallery. With a two store operation Manny was now making the difference he set out to 7 years earlier. The Mannys brand was known for knowledge and service, with the staff greatly sought after for their experience. Unlike the other major players, the focus was not just on sales but also on the process of making music.

When the opportunity came to consolidate into one superstore, the North Fitzroy address seemed perfect for the move. Manny wanted to expand his customer base to include more of the musicians turning to the internet due to the lacklustre service of his competitors. He took the best from both stores and moved his operation to the hub of music and musicians just north of the city.

In November 2016 Mannys was sold to SoundBay Pty Ltd, the operator of Australia’s largest DJ and production retailer, Store DJ. While the essence of Mannys Music will always exist, our mission for Mannys Music moving forward is to ensure that we continue to build the ultimate experience for our customers online or in store. Our sales staff remain knowledgeable, professional musicians first and sales people second. Mannys Music gives you one hub to purchase all of your gear, and if we don’t have it, we’ll try our hardest to get it for you.

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