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Seagull Maritime SWS SG

Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Seagull belonging to the Maritime SWS series.

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Seagull Maritime SWS SGPublished on 06/08/07 at 13:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This guitar is hand made in Quebec, Canada.
- 21 frets
- Bridge and rosewood fingerboard
- Spruce
- Back and sides mahogany and cherry
- Mahogany
- Polished

UTILIZATION

The neck of this guitar is typical in Seagull, that is to say, larger than average. That said, it is very comfortable (my hands are medium in size).
There is no cut-away so access to acute compromise but is not really a guitar solo to make ...
The weight is well distributed.

SOUNDS

The sound of the Seagull is well balanced, the bass is round and warm, the mids present without taking over the rest and treble are barely muffled (which is not displease me) but this very .
This guitar has character......
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This guitar is hand made in Quebec, Canada.
- 21 frets
- Bridge and rosewood fingerboard
- Spruce
- Back and sides mahogany and cherry
- Mahogany
- Polished

UTILIZATION

The neck of this guitar is typical in Seagull, that is to say, larger than average. That said, it is very comfortable (my hands are medium in size).
There is no cut-away so access to acute compromise but is not really a guitar solo to make ...
The weight is well distributed.

SOUNDS

The sound of the Seagull is well balanced, the bass is round and warm, the mids present without taking over the rest and treble are barely muffled (which is not displease me) but this very .
This guitar has character and is very much appreciated.
I play mainly folk and is well suited to this style.

OVERALL OPINION

I just bought it so I will adjust my opinion in a few months but for now it suits me perfectly.
I tried several Seagull Maritime Cedar GT which (the sound was a bit hard) and a Mosaic artist (she was not in my budget). I also tried the Simon & Patricks, but their sound was a little too boilerplate.

Of course, my dream is to buy a Martin D-18 but for now I can not afford. However, this Seagull is very close to the sound of the D-18 (That's why I chose this model).
In addition, the aesthetics of the Maritime Spruce Gloss is wonderful.
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Seagull Maritime SWS SGPublished on 01/18/11 at 03:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Quebec, one piece mahogany neck, body and sides of solid mahogany, solid spruce.

UTILIZATION

The neck is wider than the average guitar, between a conventional and usual dread. This width is very comfortable, especially for the game in hand, a true highway through the semi-gloss finish. Finally I was surprised by the quality of mechanical seagull that hold the tuning very well and accurately. So question

SOUNDS

sound I was amazed. Powerful, oaky (the solid mahogany is less bright and dry as the Rosewood).
I love the dynamics of this guitar, nice bass, not too this, good midrange, can be a little lack of treble.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using a good month and I......
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Made in Quebec, one piece mahogany neck, body and sides of solid mahogany, solid spruce.

UTILIZATION

The neck is wider than the average guitar, between a conventional and usual dread. This width is very comfortable, especially for the game in hand, a true highway through the semi-gloss finish. Finally I was surprised by the quality of mechanical seagull that hold the tuning very well and accurately. So question

SOUNDS

sound I was amazed. Powerful, oaky (the solid mahogany is less bright and dry as the Rosewood).
I love the dynamics of this guitar, nice bass, not too this, good midrange, can be a little lack of treble.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using a good month and I really like this guitar especially for a game folk, for it's clean and simple and finally an excellent value for money.
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  • Manufacturer: Seagull
  • Model: Maritime SWS SG
  • Series: Maritime SWS
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/18/2011

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