- Guitar La Patrie manufactures hand, Qubec, by Seagull, Godin Group
- 22 frets, no microphone. Fully acoustic guitar
- Mahogany neck and rosewood. Trs a soft touch
- The handle is enjoyable trs. It is quite large and can easily accder all the strings. For the habitus of Takamine and standing ovations, it is surprising to beginners.
- Access in acute is not ais. The guitar does not pan possde blow forcment limiting this type of game but it does not own a 12 string to play that rev up.
- A guitar fairly large (dreadnougth), but nanmoins lgre. Its size could pose problem for shorter riders, but it remains very easy "manoeuver".
- Sound! Ds an excellent grip THE FIRST-sous Reserved Did you know put one or two chords! ...
- Sounds perfect accompaniment to rich and trs trs provided. on the other hand, for solo play, go through the box 6 strings.
I possde this guitar for two weeks.
I played until now an Art and Lutherie, so I ease the transition to this "cousin". I fell for an M12 plutt for an S12 for the quality of the table (one pica is when the other is cedar). Quality of wood and Resistors suprieure more inviting to small shock when you lug around his guitar everywhere.
I tried several other models, particularly in and Takamine Cort. Report qualitprix indniable. This is the Seagull who wins!
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Blue Zoso's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Quebec, the main (home Godin).
22 frets, no preamp.
Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard.
If the action is set, the handle can be very nice, otherwise it is a 12-string ...
There's no cutaway, so for the last boxes, must hold.
Dreadnought Guitar, well balanced, good resonance.
If the strings are too old, obviously the sound is not that it should be.
I love the sound of that 12-string.
I did a lot of different musical styles, but it revolves around the Rock and Pop.
it is an excellent investment at this price, it would be a shame not to enjoy it!
Obviously, it is especially made for playing rhythm, even with a good cover.
It is rich in harmonics. No need to chorus.
Solo, it's harder, but it will. You get used.
What bothers me is the fact of not having in Elecro ... Because, I put a microphone in the soundhole Bill Lawrence for the stage, but the sound is uneven by rope. I'll have the rope that will peter 3x more than the Re ... This is due to doubling of the strings I think, and the fact that the microphone reacts to a certain frequency by ropes, so if it is doubled by strings ... Better to take it back up with a microphone!
I use it for 1 year. In the studio it's great to be able to magnify the sound of my music with this guitar, and being a fan of the Zep ...
The main purpose is to find the right microphone (rose) for the stage.
I tried a Crafter, yeah, one Normann (Canadian) pretty good, but uneven after spending the sixth box, especially with the agreements made among other open strings.
Excellent quality / price ratio for the hand made!
No problem, but electro, to simplify the use stage.
I put 9 because you can always do better!