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    I want one but GAS has to stop sometime.

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    Good news! after being nine weeks out of the twelve, the store owner told me today my new axe has been shipped. its worth the wait now the time is nearly here.
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    I expect pics when you get it!
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    Just came in today here's a few pics.Click image for larger version. 

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    Haven't even taken off the protective plastic off the pick guard yet. Just itching to play it. Took one strum on the strings and you could feel the sustain going through my mid section incredible.
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    That is a killer guitar - both playing and looking! I am more partial to when they didn't have pickguards. That said, it is still sweet looking!

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    Just finished playing it for the first time for one and a half hours, you just don't want to put it down. I like low action, but after playing it I'm not sure if I will or not change it.
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    Wow, very good choice! It looks great!
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    Congrats Godin15. Hope you are happy with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColeJustesen View Post
    That is a killer guitar - both playing and looking! I am more partial to when they didn't have pickguards. That said, it is still sweet looking!

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    Agreed. Got one of the old ones. SSS with Rosewood board.

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    Have you guys seen the T59 session? I really want one. My wallet says no. The wallet's winning. So far. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darg1911 View Post
    Agreed. Got one of the old ones. SSS with Rosewood board.

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    I had one just like that, but with a maple fretboard. Sold it. Kind of regret it. But I know who I sold it to is taking good care of it, and I could get it back if needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cme View Post
    Have you guys seen the T59 session? I really want one. My wallet says no. The wallet's winning. So far. haha

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    That is a nice looking guitar, all except for that hideous pickguard! I would definitely pick it up and play it if I saw one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siamezedream View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godin15 View Post
    Just came in today here's a few pics.Click image for larger version. 

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    Haven't even taken off the protective plastic off the pick guard yet. Just itching to play it. Took one strum on the strings and you could feel the sustain going through my mid section incredible.
    Awesome, I like the new colour of the gig bag as well, the material looks different too.

    Is this one as heavy(weight wise) as the Session model? I stopped using mine outside since it was tiring quickly to wear it for long time, even whrn sitting it was quite heavy than my other stuff. The Session has a particular voice to it that makes it sound fat/big/bold in comparison to other strats, I sure enjoy it. I bet the Progression model is great too. I came across Godin guitars very late otherwise I would have had the LG-HB model in my collection, their Summit models intrigue me, as do the Richmond stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hank- View Post
    Awesome, I like the new colour of the gig bag as well, the material looks different too.

    Is this one as heavy(weight wise) as the Session model? I stopped using mine outside since it was tiring quickly to wear it for long time, even whrn sitting it was quite heavy than my other stuff. The Session has a particular voice to it that makes it sound fat/big/bold in comparison to other strats, I sure enjoy it. I bet the Progression model is great too. I came across Godin guitars very late otherwise I would have had the LG-HB model in my collection, their Summit models intrigue me, as do the Richmond stuff.


    Thanks. And yes the gig bag is made of pretty much the same material, the compartment on the front is the same material as the bag itself. The bag your Session came in had mesh compartment on the front. The Progression weighs in slightly lighter than the Session. If you are happy with your Session, you would definitely be happy with the Progression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godin15 View Post
    Thanks. And yes the gig bag is made of pretty much the same material, the compartment on the front is the same material as the bag itself. The bag your Session came in had mesh compartment on the front. The Progression weighs in slightly lighter than the Session. If you are happy with your Session, you would definitely be happy with the Progression.
    The Progressions are basswood now, right? What does yours weigh (if you know)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darg1911 View Post
    The Progressions are basswood now, right? What does yours weigh (if you know)?
    Yes they are made from Basswood. I cant honestly tell you how much they weigh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godin15 View Post
    Yes they are made from Basswood. I cant honestly tell you how much they weigh.
    Good enough, I was just curious anyway.
    My older model has a maple center and poplar wings. Plus, no pickguard so no route under the guard. It's fairly hefty. I think it's north of 8 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godin15 View Post
    Thanks. And yes the gig bag is made of pretty much the same material, the compartment on the front is the same material as the bag itself. The bag your Session came in had mesh compartment on the front. The Progression weighs in slightly lighter than the Session. If you are happy with your Session, you would definitely be happy with the Progression.
    My Session model has undergone a bit of progression over the years Here's a pic of it below. I have series/parallel wiring in there, so sorta like a passive hdr revoicer thing going on lol. It lives up to its name as a session guitar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hank- View Post
    My Session model has undergone a bit of progression over the years Here's a pic of it below. I have series/parallel wiring in there, so sorta like a passive hdr revoicer thing going on lol. It lives up to its name as a session
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    Nice looking Axe! Nice setup. What pickups are you using?
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