1976 GODWIN GUITORGAN VINTAGE SYNTH GUITAR
The best and complete version of the model
vintage 1976 Godwin Guitar Organ made by Sisme. Considered the absolute premier “Guitorgan,” this 13-knob/19-switch version is the more deluxe of the two manufactured in Italy for Godwin in the mid-1970’s. While those fortunate enough to have heard a working Godwin guitorgan respect it as the most authentic organ-emulating guitar (sounding nearly identical to a Hammond B3), it also offers beautiful sounds completely unique to such an incredibly advanced instrument. Essentially an electronic organ re-arranged and manipulated to fit within a guitar, normal Univox/Musiconics Guitorgan just don't compare. This beyond rare guitar organ is virtually inaccessible, and is rarely offered for sale anywhere.
The Godwin guitorgan is capable of functioning as an organ or traditional guitar independent of one another. It features a 5 pin connector output for the control pedal, and a normal ¼” output for the typical guitar output. With Italian-inspired cosmetic appointments, the detail to sonic quality was equally matched by the tuxedo black and silver sparkle faux sound holes. The control panel was designed to be both attractive and intuitive. Typical of Italian artistry, the design of this instrument incorporated both form and function.
The guitar is all original, and features: original Schaller tuning machines, the original “G” tailpiece, all original knobs, all original switches with corresponding colored tips, and all other miscellaneous chrome hardware. The guitar plays amazingly well. The neck profile is an open soft C-shape neck profile, with very comfortable action. The neck is perfectly straight, and all of the segmented frets are in excellent condition. With better playability than any guitar we currently have in stock, it is very easy to play super fast organ-inspired melodies.
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By Leonardo Lospennato (THANKS !)