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« Seagull S6 Cedar »

Published on 08/29/03 at 15:00
This was brought for £255 (english sterling) from a discount mail order company called Area 51. (the rrp is £329!)

I bought it as a second guitar to have in a different tuning, my standard guitar being a Taylor 710. I wont exagerate and say the seagull sounds as good, but it still holds its own and the sound is susprising. It certainly sounds better than my old Taylor 214! The finish is amazing and it makes a brilliant sound for almost every style. The best feature is the wide fret board (after you get used to it!) and the individual sounding of each string on every strum.

Nothing! Obviously its not the best ever guitar but certainly one of the best for under £1000, and is 100% worth the money!!!



The quality is, overall, solid and sturdy. The finish is easily scratched but its worth it for the sound it gives. Ive found that all seagull gutars are pretty much universal in build quality, and there generally good for the price.

This is completly out of the league of pretty much every guitar I've played that costs £300 or less. The value for money is truly amazing, and it could easily be sold for three times the price and still be reasonable value.

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