The Godin Guitars makes instruments under different labels. Norman makes mid-level acoustic guitars. Art & Lutherie makes budget guitars. The Simon and Patrick brand make steel-string acoustics. La Patrie manufactures classical guitars.
An example of a Godin gutar is: The Godin 5th Avenue Kingpin is a nice hollowbody electric guitar that brings back to a time when the archtop acoustic guitar reigned supreme. With the look and sound of the 1950s archtop, the 5th Avenue guitar has the true blue vintage spirit of yesteryear with today’s level of modern performance and playability. With more volume and projection in the mid and low tones than traditional archtop acoustic guitars, the dynamically rich tone of the 5th Avenue guitar this legit and sophisticated guitar a dream to play; it is not an expensive guitar. From alt-country to Delta blues, jazz and slide to rock, the 5th Avenue is a guitar that can really present and deliver both electrically and acoustically. The Godin Kingpin P-90 single-coil pickup that can delivers all that vintage, classic tone with clarity, and a little attitude thrown in for good sound quality
The Godin Guitars are Made from Canadian wild cherry, the body of Godin 5th Avenue Kingpin Guitar features a molded arched back and top. Also features an adjustable rosewood bridge, contoured high-gloss headstock, classic f-holes, floating pickguard and cream binding. The rustic beauty of its custom polished finish creates a elegant satin sheen reminiscent of 19th century French polish. Its specific Features are: Canadian wild cherry archtop, Canadian wild cherry back and sides, Silverleaf maple neck, Contoured high-gloss black headstock, Custom polished finish, Rosewood fingerboard, Adjustable rosewood bridge, Cream binding, 1 Godin Kingpin P-90 single-coil pickup, 1 Volume, 1 Tone control, 16″ fingerboard radius, 24.84″ scale and 1.72″ nut width.