The Progression Plus further expands on its predecessor’s tonal triumphs by featuring 2x Godin GS-2 single-coil pickups in the neck & middle positions, along with the added crunch & bite of a Seymour Duncan JB Jr.™ single-coil-size ‘rails’ humbucker in the bridge. It also features a new ergonomic, rounded and contoured body, the Godin High-Definition Revoicer system, Godin Tru-Loc Trem, and a 5-ply pearloid or tortoise shell pickguard.
The La Patrie Arena is a series of handcrafted thinline nylon string guitars that boast features and playability that up until now have been unheard of in a nylon string guitar. These extremely comfortable guitars feature intricate rosettes, custom polished finishes, generous cutaways and an innovative double-function truss rod system not generally found in traditional classical guitars.
The pair of Player Series single-coil Telecaster pickups are crisp and articulate - it's authentic Fender tone with a modern edge. The Modern C-shaped maple neck's comfortable contours and smooth finish are ideal for almost any playing style.
The Player Stratocaster is packed with authentic Fender feel and style. It's ready to serve your musical vision, it's versatile enough to handle any style of music and it's the perfect platform for creating your own sound.
Bold, innovative and rugged, the Player Telecaster is pure Fender, through and through. The feel, the style and, most importantly, the sound—they’re all there, waiting for you to make them whisper or wail for your music. Versatile enough to handle almost anything you can create and durable enough to survive any gig, this workhorse is a trusty sidekick for your musical vision.
Not only is the B50 a stunning beauty with its flame maple back & sides and high-gloss Custom Polished, but combined with a solid spruce top this guitar can really cut through a live mix due to the brighter tones of spruce and maple.
What this guitar lacks in size, it makes up for in sound. With a select pressure tested solid spruce top and solid mahogany back & sides, its sound is surprisingly full and it can definitely hold its own on a stage full of dreadnaughts.