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Shred-Fully Delicious! Godin Guitars Releases Ferocious, Sleek, Shred-Machine With New Godin Redline 1

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Montreal, Canada, February 12th, 2007 — Recently unveiled at the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, the New Godin Redline 1 offers the aggressive, more shred minded players a straight-up, plug-in and rip 6-string monster. A cathartic experience to say the least.

The new Redline 1 features the wonderfully simple yet effective combination of 1 pick-up and 1 volume knob. The guitar’s searing and ferocious tone is delivered via its sustain inducing, string through, silver leaf maple body with poplar wings and an active EMG-81 humbucker in the bridge position. Any pent up aggression can be unleashed upon the new, faster and sleeker, Redline 1 rock maple neck with ergocut rosewood fingerboard and super jumbo frets. Other features include a newly designed, aggressively styled Redline 3 & 3 headstock and the militant look of the black graphite SG finish.

SPECS:

  • Neck: Rock Maple
  • Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood with Ergocut
  • Radius: 16” (40,6 cm)
  • Scale: 24 _” (62,9 cm)
  • Nut Width: 1 11/16” (4,3 cm)
  • Body: silver leaf maple with poplar wings
  • Pickups: active EMG-81 humbucker
  • Controls: 1x Volume
  • Finish: Black Graphite SG
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