I was able to purchase my guitar this evening, a Godin Exit-22 S with mahogany body, rock maple neck and 22 fret maple fingerboard. Along with the guitar, I also bought a Fender Frontman amp model 15R, a Digiflex CPP-15 cable, a spare set of Godin guitar strings, a neck strap, a guitar stand (a model commonly used by the store), and a few assorted picks. I still need to purchase a tuning fork. Here's a picture of the main elements. A close-up of the pick-ups. Two single coils and one humbucker. The bridge is fixed. An image of the cable (sorry, slightly fuzzy). I bought this one because the cable itself is a Canare GS-6 guitar cable. And I use Canare cables for my home theater's interconnects. This is the back of the gig bag. There's a second pocket behind the fishnet pocket at the bottom, and there's a second pocket behind the front top pocket. This is the front of the gig bag with the shoulder straps. There's yet another pocket behind it. The gig bag is truly impressive. There are plenty of pockets, there are handles all over the place, and it even includes a shoulder strap for carrying it on your side. This is NOT a cheap throwaway bag they're giving you here! This bag has a lot of value in it! The guitar came pre-tuned from the store and sounded great when one of the clerks demoed it for me last night. There's enough sonic flexibility in the guitar to play pretty much anything that may interest me. The guitar with the gig bag cost me $450 CDN plus tax. The amp cost me $170 CDN plus tax. All in all, an excellent deal. But now I have to learn how to play this guitar. Time to practice my scales! My neighbours are going to HATE me! Again, thanks for all your help.