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Acoustic guitars previously built in Canada between 1980 and 1983.
Lys guitars were produced by Unisonic who was founded by Robert Godin (Godin Guitars) and Claude Boucher (Boucher is the son of Normand Boucher who founded Norman Guitars). The guitars were designed by Claude Boucher and the team at Unisonic. In 1982, the Unisonic facilities closed and LaSiDo, Inc. bought the trademark. Guitars were produced into 1983 when the design was modified to become Seagull guitars. The first generation of Lys guitars have a dovetail neck joint and the second generation have a bolt-on neck. Most acoustic guitars are dreadnought in design. Information courtesy: Daniel Laroche.

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