Hello guys! So I've seen a few Godin solid body guitars; played them in store, was in a band where the guitarist's main axe is a Godin. But... I just don't seem to be able to appreciate them. I've always owned Fender and Gibson instruments and their knock-offs and emulators, but never a Godin. From my perspective, the neck carve (at least for the ones I've tried) is always a little too flat, and I have a hard time wrapping my brain around the concept of a bolt-on construction but 24-3/4" scale length. Body shape is okay, I like originality. So... Godin owners, share with me why you love your Godin axes so much, and school me on what I'm missing out on!