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Luke Weiler of Positive Mental Trip has used a Godin Multiac on and off for stripped down (loop show) PMT Gigs in 2018. He has sometimes been seen using it as an acoustic live for some smaller shows and sit ins. The Godin Multiac has a very nice classical guitar sound. You can hear it on songs like “Footsteps” on Positive Mental Trip’s 2017 album. During east coast Positive Mental Trip solo loop tours from 2008-2010 Luke did not have this guitar and was using his Gibson custom acoustic, a schecter C1 Elite w/synth pickup and a Roland GR-20 (for all bass and synth sounds), and a Fender Custom American VG Stratocaster for all lead guitar sounds. The Godin Multiac was not used for any acoustic guitar sounds on the 1 st Positive Mental Trip album “change your mind”. It only appeared on one song and used only for its classical guitar sounds on the 2017 Positive Mental Trip album . In 2018-2019 Luke has been using the Godin Multiac a lot on the newer recordings w/ the Roland GR-55 guitar synth guitar pedal. He uses the combination of the Godin Multiac and the GR-55 for all 2018-2019 PMT loop shows for looping bass lines and other experimental sounds.This combination tends to liven up the show and build thick fat heavy bass synth loops as well as ambient soundscapes. The newer PMT loop shows (2018-2019 era) Luke is ussually joined by a couple Positive Mental Trip band members. Luke has stated many times that after doing those solo loop tours in the 2008-2010 era playing alone is not what he wants to do musically. He is never seen using the Godin Multiac through his VOX AC 15 or any other electric amp. The Godin Multiac ussually goes into a Yamaha mixer with all other instruments to be looped and into the BOSS RC-30. Occasionally when sitting in with other acts or doing a very stripped down acoustic set Luke will use the Godin Multiac as opposed to the Gibson J-185 Custom acoustic he has been see playing on stage since 2007.
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