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Artist Mosaic, Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Seagull in the Artist series.


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Seagull Artist Mosaic tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Seagull
  • Model:Artist Mosaic
  • Series:Artist
  • Category:Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/08/2006

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Seagull Artist Mosaic user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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chrissaxo09/10/2006

chrissaxo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seagull Artist Mosaic
Guitar handmade in Canada, the village La Patrie
Solid cedar top
Mahogany back and sides
Mahogany
Cutaway
22 frets
Microphone system Godin Quantum II (2 different sources, with the option to mix 2)

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice and easy to play, both in agreement that figerpicking
Very easy access in the acute (Cutaway)
Excellent ergonomics, not too heavy, just enough

SOUNDS

Guitar used in entertainment, it fits in both styles of pop rock styles that in calmer

Very round sound, with nice midrange, excellent.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for only two months but I can not do without.
My twelve-string remains in his corner, because the Seagull is a true delight

What I like most is its sound very hot, very round, and power
What I like least: there is no system to attach the strap: it is mandatory to establish the end of the handle!

When I went to buy it, in fact I left a Takamine EF508, which was not there, even when I tried another and as they say in Canada "I fell in love" with her

The price is high certe (€ 1,000) but this guitar is the most easily and the semi-rigid carrying case is included in

Aujourdh'hui I redeem the same.
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Callahan05/01/2007

Callahan's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seagull Artist Mosaic
See more advice.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice. We often hear that the sleeves Seagull is difficult because too broad, however, I have average hands and I find the handle easy to play.
This guitar is light enough and the weight is well distributed.

SOUNDS

This guitar has a smooth, predominantly in the lower without stifling the midrange and treble.
She has a beautiful personality that may not please everyone, but I doubt it.
It sounds as good as that figerpicking strumming.

OVERALL OPINION

I tried several times to my usual dealer. It was out of my budget, so I turned to the M6.
The value for money is good. You might find less for this price (a takamine eg ...)
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Dish106/19/2007

Dish1's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seagull Artist Mosaic
Solid Cedar (Pressure Tested)

Back & Sides: Solid Mahogany
Mahogany

Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
Nut in Tusq ® nut and compensated bridge
Finish: Semi-Gloss Custom Polished Finish

beautiful!

UTILIZATION

A pure sound, all solid wood. According to the makers of Seagull, the pairing of cedar and mahogany generally produces a smoother sound. Polished finish applied by hand softens the sound even further. This model is ideal for playing in intimate venues. I fully agree with their view of this marvel. It is immersed in a happy tone round, warm and softened. Excellent for picking blues, as much for the trimmings. To record a pearl, a condenser microphone in front of the box.
Personally, I love the rounded top of the box that reminds me a little that of Gibson. These curves are consistent with relaxed sound qualities da guitar.
As usual in this series artist, the production quality is impeccable.
A pearl of violin!

SOUNDS

Ideal for lovers of acoustics.
The bass is impressive, the perfect balance. This gives an impression of Seagull acoustic heat. The entire massif, while remaining light weight, requires a solid feel. Compared to my Martin OOO, which I used as a reference to locate another sound, the quality is similar. The seagull is less aggressive, less slamming of mediums, she breathes SOUND acooustique pure, balanced with a slightly higher dynamic in the register of low frequencies. Anyway, it's happiness.
Quote:
Seagull 06/07
Two years ago, the workshops opened Godin Guitars Godin Acoustic Studio, a studio dedicated to creating new concepts of acoustic guitars and innovative manufacturing techniques. Depu

IS the opening of Studio, Robert Godin is working with the best luthiers of the company to carry out a series of projects that resulted in the complete renewal of Seagull acoustic guitars.

Mr. Godin said: "We wanted to create a new concept that would improve both the sound and structural integrity of the instrument. In general, a production with delicate materials provides better sound. Conversely, wooden tables made with thicker and heavier assembly parts stifle the sound of a guitar. "

Table compound curve
The soundboard is what most influences the sound of a guitar. It is also the most fragile part of any high quality acoustic guitar. The grade and thickness of the wood used (solid cedar or spruce) and the assembly structure have a significant effect on the sound of the instrument. The idea of ​​bending the soundboard is interesting because the greatest strength of a curved table allows the use of a material and a lighter assembly. While all this is true, the table has curved disadvantages: the location of the bridge is the place most requested of the table, then arch the region forced the movement and reduces the dynamic range. For cons, the area above the sound hole moves very little and it also poses a problem because it tends to sink as soon as the instrument the least bit dry. The downward pressure exerted by the key here also supports this trend. The solution: a guitar soundboard compound curve. On these models, the table is slightly bent over the rose window and becomes flat where the bridge rests. The curved table provides excellent stability in its upper part but also the power and projection that gives its flat surface, under the rose window. By stabilizing that part lying above the rose window, one can increase the flexibility of the rest of the table thanks to a new assembly concept allows unprecedented control of vibrations. The assembly parts of the new Seagull guitars are made of quarter-sawn spruce and carved to fit perfectly into the curve of the table.
Perfect angle mounting sleeve
The angle of attachment of the handle has a major effect on the tone of the instrument. The renewal of Seagull served as a pretext to the refinement of the assembly technology handles Godin. The body and sleeves are now assembled with incredible precision and the new compound-curve table provides additional stability necessary to achieve and maintain a perfect neck angle.

OVERALL OPINION

Around 880 euros in stores, sometimes more. Seagull beautiful home, a brand that, really, keeps me win! Seagull guitars are still little known in France. However, recent innovations provide a range of high quality guitar. May be the distributor of the brand he should put more emphasis on the promotion of these instruments?
A strongly advise.
However, I almost part with it to finance another purchase. Finally, I removed my ad because I play with more and more I love it. It is fully complementary with my Martin OOO. It will age with a bang, I'm sure. Good pick for those of you who want a true acoustic.
Go to the website of Seagull for more details and get the data sheet.
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AragornOcean07/18/2007

AragornOcean's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Seagull Artist Mosaic
On the pure technical t says it all, so I will not play redondence I prciserait just that my model is a Mosaic CWA, so that a CW Saico the importance France has added an AK15 prampli AER, for more info [a] www.saico.fr
It transforms an exceptional acoustic lctro unusual, given both the quality of pramp, probably one of the very meillleurs the market by now ...
And I know what I mean, I am a salesman in a music store ... ;-)

UTILIZATION

The Seagull neck is always the big question. It is wider, so is it harder to play? Bin Well actually not, and yet I have ridiculously small hands ... lol
Access to treble is fairly good, ergonomics is all that is most powerful, the guitar is physically acoustical balance.
As for sound, bin it is one of those guitars that sound their own, both when playing quieter than when it is violent, and believe me it is the sounds the best (ie Tt concert , which plays over in my opinion, in addition to its old S6, which is a nag like I had rarely seen)

SOUNDS

Question sounds, it's a scratch smelling cedar. So a warm, round, low trs Submitted, exceptional low mids, and crystal-clear highs, but never furnace top, the lightweight hollow in helping senior mediums.
In violent strumming, I have rarely seen a skyscraper that rponds as well and that is balance, all without overwrite the sound. Compare this with my other electro, which is still a Taylor 314CE, which is violent when it increases above the high meds and treble, the mosaic is hotter rougher and more violent.
To compare two bullets, the Mosaic is a James Hetfield and Taylor over a Brandon Boyd (Incubus)
In finger picking, it was a sound trs Paul Simon, Johnny Cash and other Neil Young.
Branch, it is a wonder, the pramp aer as a faithful almost complete, and transplanting the same percussion, thanks to its piezo coupled condenser microphone.

OVERALL OPINION

A guitar exceptionally an excellent price, as of 1390 list price. I had a choice between this one and Cameo, e model high-end power at Seagull.
As I told the business gives it to me for this guitar is stored million in the same CATEGORY than my Taylor, it has nothing to envy ...
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