Canadian Made Norman Guitars Launches New Website

Montreal, Canada- August 2010  - Canadian based guitar manufacturer, Godin Guitars, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website in English and French for its Norman brand of acoustic guitars.

Gain insight on the Norman brand and its many models of proudly handcrafted Canadian guitars and see why Norman is one of Canada’s top acoustic guitar brands.. Built in LaPatrie Quebec, the Norman line-up includes various different styles of steel stringed acoustic guitars within its Protégé, Encore and Studio series. They range from the B18 12-string, to the original B20 Spruce dreadnaught, to the new slotted headstock, all solid wood ST40 Folk cedar, to the exquisite ST68 CW with solid rosewood back & sides. Each model is made in Canada and features a select top, double-function truss rod, Tusq® nuts & saddles by Graphtech, optional Fishman Presys electronics and a custom polished finish, reminiscent of the French polish of the 19th Century. This allows the top not only to be protected but also to breathe and vibrate freely. The Norman line is made with the same attention to tone, detail and authentic craftsmanship as our other renowned acoustic lines such as Seagull and Simon & Patrick.

The new website will guide you through sections such as recent Norman models, specs, electronics, dealer listings, as well as information on the revolutionary TRIC acoustic guitar case.

Visit and have a look around…

About Godin Guitars:
With its early beginnings in 1972, the Godin Guitar family now includes 7 lines of guitars. These include the renowned Godin & Richmond electric lines, as well as the finely crafted acoustic lines such as Seagull, Simon & Patrick, Norman, Art & Lutherie and LaPatrie nylon stringed classical guitars. Godin Guitars is also the manufacturer of the revolutionary TRIC acoustic guitar case and is the North American distributor of high-end Italian made SR Technology acoustic amplifiers. Based in Montreal Quebec, this Canadian company has 6 factories, 5 of which are located in the Eastern Townships of Quebec and 1 located in Berlin New Hampshire

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