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Seagull Performer CW Mini Jumbo QI
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  • NaturoNaturo

    Seagull Performer CW Mini Jumbo QIPublished on 10/06/07 at 10:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Solid cedar top with gloss finish
    Back & Sides: Mahogany
    Silver maple neck
    Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
    Godin Quantum Electronics 2

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is extremely comfortable, access to acute perfect acoustics, easy handling, you feel immediately at ease. I find it perfect for playing with fingers and a pick just fine ...

    SOUNDS

    It is very versatile and very balanced, some may find it a lack of character, but very expressive and lets a lot of nuances.
    Accurate low, medium magnificent, crystalline highs but not showy, nice projection, in short, it tears in acoustics.
    Connected, this quatum 2 is pretty good, this fast feedback with the microphone on st…
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    Solid cedar top with gloss finish
    Back & Sides: Mahogany
    Silver maple neck
    Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
    Godin Quantum Electronics 2

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is extremely comfortable, access to acute perfect acoustics, easy handling, you feel immediately at ease. I find it perfect for playing with fingers and a pick just fine ...

    SOUNDS

    It is very versatile and very balanced, some may find it a lack of character, but very expressive and lets a lot of nuances.
    Accurate low, medium magnificent, crystalline highs but not showy, nice projection, in short, it tears in acoustics.
    Connected, this quatum 2 is pretty good, this fast feedback with the microphone on stage so ...
    For registered against models directly to the PC, it does more than just a piezo seriously, it sounds very natural. We can definitely beat the onboard electronics, but in the high-end ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    4 months of daily use, the sound just keeps getting better I think. Beware the cedar is susceptible to stroke and all other picks bourrinages.
    I was put off for at least three times in a Taylor, I tried a lot of things, from Gibson Takamine, this small Seagull seduced me when I saw the price I have no hesitation . Clearly, we can do better but it's much, much more
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