Founded in 1972 by Robert Godin, this Canadian manufacturer started making Robert Godin's guitars in La Patrie, Quebec. Godin guitars' head office is located in Montreal, and they have six different factories in which they build their instruments, based in four different locations: three in Quebec and one in New Hampshire.

There are several different labels under which Godin Guitars make and distribute their instruments; Keegan is used to make entry to mid-level acoustic guitars, Art & Lutherie is used to make entry-level budget guitars, The Simon and Patrick brand is used to make mid to high-level steel-string acoustic. La Patrie makes classical guitars, whilst Seagull is known for manufacturing solid wood entry to mid-range acoustic guitars.

Peach Guitars offers a great range of Godin guitars, so be sure to check us out!