Thought I'd share this here: I recently picked up a Godin Multiac Nylon SA. I went into GC on the last day my coupon was valid in hopes of finding a small, travel-sized practice amp. Instead I ventured into the acoustic room against my better judgment and saw this beauty tucked away in the corner of the premium guitars. I picked it up and was shocked by how heavy it is; it's not heavy like a Les Paul, but more than I thought a thin body acoustic should weigh (and it's chambered, but mahogany). The neck feels absolutely wonderful, it's got that flat radius innate to traditional classical guitars but the nut width is 1 7/8" and not 2" like the other traditional classical guitars so you have the option of wrapping your thumb up top or tucking it behind the neck. 25.5" scale length helps increase the tension on the strings so this can be played like a steel string while providing a great way for steel string players to have a nylon string guitar in their arsenal. I first learned guitar on a nylon string guitar so this brought me back full circle and I felt right at home. I plugged into a small Acoustic brand amp and was blown away by the lush and chimey tones from every chord and phrase played. The fit and finish of everything is so beautiful. I can't comment on the synth access portion yet, but I'm excited to grab a Roland GR55 and play around with that. Acoustically it probably falls somewhere between those Stratacoustic guitars and maybe an Ovation guitar, sounds good but even better plugged in. The provided gig bag was pretty nice too, thick padding and lined nicely. Without further ado, here are some pics.