Sounds like a steal! Should look something like this (depending on year)
They retail around $700
Here's how you determine the year on Godin instruments
The Godin 8-digit serial number system (ALL Godin guitars) denotes the year, week, day of the week, and number of units made that week. Their production year begins on August 1 and ends on the following July 31.
The first 2 digits: production year
3rd and 4th digits: production week
5th digit: production day (ex: 1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday... etc...)
Last 3 digits: number of guitar built during that production week.
Thus, a guitar with a 05023217 serial number, was built the 2nd week of August 2004 (05 02), on a Wednesday (3), and was the 217th guitar built during that production week (217).
It has a Solid spruce top with wild cherry laminate back and sides... The laminate is of real good quality. It's not like most which consist of ply wood with a pretty veneer. Godin uses a 3 ply laminate of solid woods. They are layered thus. Wild Cherry, Mahogany, Wild cherry The mid mahogany layer is there to counteract some of the brightness of the wild cherry. The overall combination is quite pleasing to the ear... Good find and good luck with it! -Pix
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