Let the pictures do some talking ...
Not sure that it's possible to get a more flexible guitar!
It can be used as pure electric, as electric/acoustic mixed (mix varied with the onboard volume control) or through any of the (eg Roland) guitar synths.
The acoustic sound is pretty realistic - back in the day I used this to record something for one of the Riffs competitions here, and everyone assumed that I'd used a real acoustic.
This one is from 2006, so it still has the "proper" woods - Ebony fretboard on a Mahogany neck, flame maple top on top of the body which is poplar wings either side of a maple centre.
Locking tuners. Schaller locking strap pins. Medium nickel frets/
25 1/2" scale length.
Condition is as mint as it's possible to get. No dings or dents or scratches. The plastics on the back still have their original protective coverings on them. In the padded Godin gig bag with all the original bits in it, including the whammy bar.
It's not a lightweight - 8lbs 10oz.MR review
These seem to have been hit with a few price increases recently, now ~£1000 new, and you'll not find a proper ebony fingerboard on them any more.
£700. £650. £600. You'll not find more sounds in a quality guitar for less money!
I'm on the Suffolk/Norfolk border. Would prefer not to ship but could look to meet somewhere along the A12/A14, or a London (City) meet-up.