Godin : So how do you make a guitar?
Ever wanted to see how an electric guitar is really made? Watch expert Luthiers at work from one of the World's most established brands.
Godin started building guitars over twenty years ago in a village in Quebec Canada called La Patrie. The man that started it all is Robert Godin. Robert still owns the company and he continues to design the vast majority of our guitars.
"Godin guitars are assembled in the Richmond, Quebec and Berlin, New Hampshire factories. The necks and bodies are all made in the original location in La Patrie, Quebec."
Enjoy a glimpse into the Quebec Factory.
The SD 22 Leaftop combines the easy feel of a short scale (24¾") with the added snap of a rock maple neck. The short scale reduces string tension, which provides easy string bending and augments the low frequency response. The compact feel of the neck and the diagonal radius carved into the body produces exceptional balance and comfort. In…