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  • clyde_bclyde_b

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 04/05/14 at 13:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufacture La Patrie, a small town in Quebec.
    Specific characteristics are readily available ... What I can add is that in ten years, the guitar is aging very well despite frequent use.

    UTILIZATION

    Very enjoyable to play guitar. The grip is natural.

    SOUNDS

    As I wrote previously, the sound improves with age (unless it is my game that gets better ;-)). Not without laughter, the sound is balanced, powerful enough. The shades are easy whether picking or plectrum, rhythmic and solo ... All styles, including blues, folk ... pass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 11 years and this is my favorite acoustic guitar. The violin is simple, but neat. I bought other Seagull…
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    Manufacture La Patrie, a small town in Quebec.
    Specific characteristics are readily available ... What I can add is that in ten years, the guitar is aging very well despite frequent use.

    UTILIZATION

    Very enjoyable to play guitar. The grip is natural.

    SOUNDS

    As I wrote previously, the sound improves with age (unless it is my game that gets better ;-)). Not without laughter, the sound is balanced, powerful enough. The shades are easy whether picking or plectrum, rhythmic and solo ... All styles, including blues, folk ... pass.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 11 years and this is my favorite acoustic guitar. The violin is simple, but neat. I bought other Seagull guitars and I've never been disappointed. Excellent quality / price ratio. Excellent guitar, I'm not tired ...
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  • MGR/DJMGR/DJ

    Seagull S6 Original

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 01/16/09 at 15:00
    Maple top with light mahogany sides, inlay at the opening, steel strings.

    I grew up in a family that was surrounded by music of all types and styles. I have been playing guitar for over 40 years. I started in the 4th grade as a way to help in the development of my eye-hand coordination. In the 6th grade, I had my first garage band playing a Decca solid body electric. By high school, I was writing original songs and performing country rock and folk cover music for my own enjoyment and at the assorted coffee houses. I was playing a six string nylon Greco classical guitar. I added an Appalachian dulcimer with pressure pegs and a Fender 5 string banjo to my self taught list of instruments. I…
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    Maple top with light mahogany sides, inlay at the opening, steel strings.

    I grew up in a family that was surrounded by music of all types and styles. I have been playing guitar for over 40 years. I started in the 4th grade as a way to help in the development of my eye-hand coordination. In the 6th grade, I had my first garage band playing a Decca solid body electric. By high school, I was writing original songs and performing country rock and folk cover music for my own enjoyment and at the assorted coffee houses. I was playing a six string nylon Greco classical guitar. I added an Appalachian dulcimer with pressure pegs and a Fender 5 string banjo to my self taught list of instruments. In college, I sometimes played instruments on stage as a part of a performing arts group producing original musical comedies. Since then, I pick up the guitar or banjo when I have the notion.

    My daughter had been learning to play on my old nylon string guitar and it was time to get her a steel string acoustic. The occasion was her 16th birthday. When she first showed interest in guitars (about 2 years ago) I had the opportunity to try a number of acoustic guitars of all types and price ranges. I remember playing a Seagull and was impressed by the sound and its reasonable price range. When I was ready to buy my daughter the guitar, I returned to the music store. Unfortunately they had discontinued carrying Seagulls in favor of the more expensive Martins and Gibsons. We searched and found that Guitar Center carried Seagull. We tried a full range of acoustics and found the Seagull S6 has the best sound, easiest to play and at $499 was of incredible value.

    The tone is sweet and clear with qualities that equal or exceed the Gibson Songbird. The neck is perfect for my daughter's smaller hands but is also very easy for me to play. The $499 for a Seagull S6 sounds the same if not better than the $1,599 used Gibson Songbird or new Martin (you know, the ones they keep in the humidity controlled rooms). I appreciate value and quality, more than name or reputation.

    My daughter and I have no negative comments to say about the guitar.

    Solid wood sides, top, bottom & neck. Not veneered, laminated or multi-plied.

    If you are looking for a great guitar with an amazing tone,try a Seagull. You do not have to purchase based upon price or name. Purchase based on sound, playability and tone. Try it out and you will be amazed.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/gproMGR/gpro

    Seagull S6

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 11/16/06 at 15:00
    I've been playing for a year mostly finger picking. I like playing mellow rock and classical

    I had bought a new guitar didn't spend the time to shop around. The neck buzzed got it fix but still hard on the fingers.One day I went to a small guitar shop and told the owner about my problem. He showed me a guitar played it pretty nice. then he handed me a seagull s6. It played like silk, just touched the strings and it sounded so rich and deep in tone. It was great. tried some others that were three times the money.But i had to have the seagull and bought it. It cost me 369.00 a little more then my first, but sounds like it would cost four times that

    The guitar is very light, has great all o…
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    I've been playing for a year mostly finger picking. I like playing mellow rock and classical

    I had bought a new guitar didn't spend the time to shop around. The neck buzzed got it fix but still hard on the fingers.One day I went to a small guitar shop and told the owner about my problem. He showed me a guitar played it pretty nice. then he handed me a seagull s6. It played like silk, just touched the strings and it sounded so rich and deep in tone. It was great. tried some others that were three times the money.But i had to have the seagull and bought it. It cost me 369.00 a little more then my first, but sounds like it would cost four times that

    The guitar is very light, has great all over tone. tuners are great. Stayed tuned for days with lots of play.Very easy on the fingers can play for hours.

    The only problem I see is the finish is very light you need to handel with care but thats what makes it sound so good and only gets better with age.

    The construction of the guitar is great. Has great tuners. The wood is beatiful from the cedar face cherry sides and nice maple neck

    From playing lots of guitars any time I see a shop. For the money you cannot find a better deal then the seagull s6.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/SchennellyMGR/Schennelly

    Seagull S6

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 09/10/04 at 15:00
    Bought this guitar for my Dad who played a little bit,but never owned a good sounding guitar.Purchased from Eds Music Workshop,Ptbo,On.Canada for 279.00 ca

    At the time it was the best sounding guitar I could find for the money,kind of plain looking but great sounding.

    After 15 years the neck has started to sag into the body.

    Solid cedar top,laminated cherry back and sides,mahogany neck,rose wood finger board and saddle.

    For the money you can't buy much better than this for sound.Ive played a lot of guitars over my 25 years of playing,but the sound and action of this guitar has made me feel like staying with it,some times you just can't put it down.

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    Bought this guitar for my Dad who played a little bit,but never owned a good sounding guitar.Purchased from Eds Music Workshop,Ptbo,On.Canada for 279.00 ca

    At the time it was the best sounding guitar I could find for the money,kind of plain looking but great sounding.

    After 15 years the neck has started to sag into the body.

    Solid cedar top,laminated cherry back and sides,mahogany neck,rose wood finger board and saddle.

    For the money you can't buy much better than this for sound.Ive played a lot of guitars over my 25 years of playing,but the sound and action of this guitar has made me feel like staying with it,some times you just can't put it down.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/Jacob KaminskiMGR/Jacob Kaminski

    Seagull s6

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 09/07/04 at 15:00
    I but this guitar on the internet and paid $275.

    It has great sound.

    Looses tune quite easily.

    Great quality!!!!

    It is a great guitar. It was my first guitar and I couldn't of picked better. It is the best guitar you can buy for under $1000.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
  • MGR/AbernastyMGR/Abernasty

    Seagull S6

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 01/12/03 at 15:00
    I went into a local guitar shop with only the intension to play a few guitars. But, once I played the Seagull S6 i was hooked and bought the thing for $300.

    Great sound, great look, great intination. Sounds far superior to any other $300 guitar I have played.

    Nada

    Simple, but very well built. HANDMADE! unlike other $300 guitars. No flashy extras , just the nessesities.

    Very nice guitar , recommened to all. Great value.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
  • MGR/chrisMGR/chris

    Seagull S6

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 11/19/02 at 15:00
    I purchased the S6 at Lakeshore Music in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Both me and my brother bought guitars for about $350 Canadian each with cases. He, sadly, decided on a Yamaha.

    The cedar top produces an incredibly warm deep tone that I have never found in any other guitar. The finish is very minimal which gives a much more natural sound. My brother's Yamaha is heavily laquered and sounds tinny. The S6 is extremely easy to play and easy to set up. There is a truss rod adjustment just underneath the soundhole. The intonation is also excellent.

    Nothing, but do remember that it can be fragile because of its light finish. Make sure you have a good humidifier for it.

    The design is …
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    I purchased the S6 at Lakeshore Music in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Both me and my brother bought guitars for about $350 Canadian each with cases. He, sadly, decided on a Yamaha.

    The cedar top produces an incredibly warm deep tone that I have never found in any other guitar. The finish is very minimal which gives a much more natural sound. My brother's Yamaha is heavily laquered and sounds tinny. The S6 is extremely easy to play and easy to set up. There is a truss rod adjustment just underneath the soundhole. The intonation is also excellent.

    Nothing, but do remember that it can be fragile because of its light finish. Make sure you have a good humidifier for it.

    The design is simplicistic but Seagul has put every effort into making the best quality instrument possible. You have to play one to understand the comfort. The guitar has not had a single problem since I bought it.

    My S6 is such a beautiful instrument I bought another one with a cutaway and the L.R. Baggs electronics. The S6 is cheaper because they did not bother with all of the flashy extras like pearl inlays or other beauty items. The normal S6 has the best sound in an acoustic guitar especially for around $300.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/gotfleasMGR/gotfleas

    Seagull S6

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 06/14/02 at 15:00
    paid 300.00 from local music store. the sound and tone can not be better

    sound and tone of much higher cost guitar. you would not think u are playing a 300dollar guitar. the action can be set to just the way u like it.it has a very deep tone. every body that plays this guitar is blown a way by the tone

    NONE

    the seagull lives with me and 3 teenagers . it has been tested very well for construction. its very tuff. it has to be to stay here

    i bought a lot of guitars. this the best 300dollars i ever spent.if u ever play one u would buy it

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    paid 300.00 from local music store. the sound and tone can not be better

    sound and tone of much higher cost guitar. you would not think u are playing a 300dollar guitar. the action can be set to just the way u like it.it has a very deep tone. every body that plays this guitar is blown a way by the tone

    NONE

    the seagull lives with me and 3 teenagers . it has been tested very well for construction. its very tuff. it has to be to stay here

    i bought a lot of guitars. this the best 300dollars i ever spent.if u ever play one u would buy it

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  • GduranGduran

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 12/09/02 at 03:33
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    I am left-handed version of this electro acoustic guitar but the woods are the same: solid cedar table (as the name implies) and background Clisse cherry, accajou handle, touch and rosewood bridge . These guitars are made by hand and the finish is good cost and personally I love the smell DGIG of this guitar! (This n'tait not the main reason for my choice for this instrument). Fans of electro acoustic find an equalizer with three bands (one mdium paramtrique), one of potart prsence and volume thus providing possiblilit occur on scne with his trs correct.

    UTILIZATION

    The grip is enjoyable despite the size of the body (Dreadnought).
    The handle is quite pais but allows even easier…
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    I am left-handed version of this electro acoustic guitar but the woods are the same: solid cedar table (as the name implies) and background Clisse cherry, accajou handle, touch and rosewood bridge . These guitars are made by hand and the finish is good cost and personally I love the smell DGIG of this guitar! (This n'tait not the main reason for my choice for this instrument). Fans of electro acoustic find an equalizer with three bands (one mdium paramtrique), one of potart prsence and volume thus providing possiblilit occur on scne with his trs correct.

    UTILIZATION

    The grip is enjoyable despite the size of the body (Dreadnought).
    The handle is quite pais but allows even easier to play on guitar agreements complexes.Cette dpourvu pan shot (there are MODEL S6 EC) Access in so acute is restricted This does not prevent reaching agreements to 11ME case.Cette also trs guitar sounds good solo.

    SOUNDS

    Both the finger (picking and arpges) in the rhythm guitar has a rich palette of sound with the added bonus of harmony of the whole beaut.Le is generally quite dull and powerful enough (guitar lovers acoustic brilliant brilliant show trs go your way).
    Personally I find the sound a little harsh electro acoustic either on scne o for registration; In addition I have a problem with the bass as they look compltement flange (position sensor piezo can be?).
    I play acoustic prfre widely and it shows all its richness.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is now six years since I played on this guitar and I'm really satisfait.En certainly rang and the sound is not common.
    This instrument is quite fragile against by notament at the table, and the cedar wood is soft enough so the slightest touch (even a nail lgrement plantvous leave a trace.
    Notice to the left, does not your prtez electro acoustic in a right-handed prtexte he wants to try, let me explain: the fact that a right-handed (he is also careful) take your guitar to play CRER will inevitably pressure on the prampli which will result in breaking of potart mdium paramtrique and prsence.J 'I demand 2 dj music magazine to order of spices and I am still waiting for rpar (ending for two years)!
    I take this opinion to say that this guitar is certe trs good excelente see, only the manufacturer of guitar (Seagull but not only all manufacturers) offer only a few trs MODELS for what is left regrtable who wants to dive into the world of guitare.De more the price is not the same (the era I pay 1000 francs more than the right hand what MODEL intolrable is because it is the same product)
    It will almost force people to play in right in the production of prtexte MODELS left-handed is not profitable as rare, I'm not daccord.
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  • qwerty26qwerty26

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 12/01/03 at 11:47
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    S6 cedar electroacoustic.
    adjustable treble, bass and volume.
    It seems tough ... aa mine about 1 year
    the paver is perfect.

    UTILIZATION

    I admit that the size of the body is big and it gave me a sore arm at the beginning but now everything is OK.
    Compared to my old shovel and with a lot of noise that I tried I found the handle very enjoyable ...
    It almost does not Disagree, mechanisms are good.
    To get a good sound, just play ... it seems to be a good guitarist

    SOUNDS

    I love this sound ... the patch is not too bright, the hair ...
    In electro, I do not have much exprience ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    The day I bought it I tried 10 with 2 or 3 guitars takam…
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    S6 cedar electroacoustic.
    adjustable treble, bass and volume.
    It seems tough ... aa mine about 1 year
    the paver is perfect.

    UTILIZATION

    I admit that the size of the body is big and it gave me a sore arm at the beginning but now everything is OK.
    Compared to my old shovel and with a lot of noise that I tried I found the handle very enjoyable ...
    It almost does not Disagree, mechanisms are good.
    To get a good sound, just play ... it seems to be a good guitarist

    SOUNDS

    I love this sound ... the patch is not too bright, the hair ...
    In electro, I do not have much exprience ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    The day I bought it I tried 10 with 2 or 3 guitars takamine ... Thunderbolt.
    From after the seller. takamine is now made with wood that do not take shit long while s'amliorent seagull with age ... yet a little more takamine taient Chres. The first n'tait not tell me that .... I would say in 10 years.
    It is worth its price.

    I'm sorry I did not take as its big sister Describes below ...
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  • CLemskiCLemski

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 08/28/04 at 13:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A simple guitar, but ... prtention finishes are nickels, and al mcanique prcises and enjoyable use.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is soft and thin enough trs (c qd is not even an electric), not too polished allowing it to be ever sticky n (qd even in hot weather, the GRDS glisss st easy), large on this point I adore me ..
    access to your upper sleeve, however, is difficult, but we bought a folk qd, c is not what is desired ... it could blow prferer the quart model, but c is such a shame to spoil such a beautiful sound, powerful and enjoyable.

    SOUNDS

    For anyone looking for a guitar easy, enjoyable to play, ac sound killing, c is THE guitar!
    N after this may not be a Guitar …
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    A simple guitar, but ... prtention finishes are nickels, and al mcanique prcises and enjoyable use.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is soft and thin enough trs (c qd is not even an electric), not too polished allowing it to be ever sticky n (qd even in hot weather, the GRDS glisss st easy), large on this point I adore me ..
    access to your upper sleeve, however, is difficult, but we bought a folk qd, c is not what is desired ... it could blow prferer the quart model, but c is such a shame to spoil such a beautiful sound, powerful and enjoyable.

    SOUNDS

    For anyone looking for a guitar easy, enjoyable to play, ac sound killing, c is THE guitar!
    N after this may not be a Guitar Pro (routeRANK on stage), but certainly a guitar to turn the atmosphere with friends.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been three years that I have this guitar, and I am very very happy or proud!
    I prfere c is the handle and the power of his
    This may be surprising is the c esthtisme top handle, ca sy surprised but very well done ...

    j hopes that I will be as inspired on my next guitar purchase!
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  • olivackolivack

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 03/27/05 at 17:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Canadian guitar

    UTILIZATION

    Super nice handle grip terrible

    SOUNDS

    A blues terrible it sounds great
    nice reggea
    jazz o hair

    OVERALL OPINION

    Three days ago I bought a guitar when entering the store I ask ds put eyes on a ibanez has the modest sum of € 300 j tries and a superb Art and Lutherie Canadian guitar great sound ms handle the seagull was thinner plsu the short grip is almost easier lol
    just a super nice detail I do v vernire the front of the guitar if ms cta re inch pb buy more Oliv '
  • ManuM5ManuM5

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 07/06/05 at 10:19
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    Canadian-made, maple neck, solid cedar top, the rest is three layers of birch and varnished mat. Please note that the table is quite fragile and the slightest touch leaves a mark.
    Good finish, but my shield has moved and apparently I'm not the only one I've been able to verify the absence of other in-store.
    Important to me, the handle has not moved since I have.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, the frets are well finished and do not hang up.
    By action against the home is relatively high, so I stretched a little neck and down the bridge saddle for a more low, now it's OK

    SOUNDS

    Very nice sound and that gets better with time.
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    Canadian-made, maple neck, solid cedar top, the rest is three layers of birch and varnished mat. Please note that the table is quite fragile and the slightest touch leaves a mark.
    Good finish, but my shield has moved and apparently I'm not the only one I've been able to verify the absence of other in-store.
    Important to me, the handle has not moved since I have.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, the frets are well finished and do not hang up.
    By action against the home is relatively high, so I stretched a little neck and down the bridge saddle for a more low, now it's OK

    SOUNDS

    Very nice sound and that gets better with time.
    The Elixir strings pulling him méduim ideal.
    I think the three books are balanced sound but do not expect very sharp crystalline with cedar, it is rather soft and warm as his.
    Good sound diffusion when playing with others, there is power if necessary.
    I add, the more you play with more sound is at the top.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not regret my purchase and recommend this brand that offers good value for money.
    In this price range, I think the sound is superior to other brands I've tried.
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  • skagregskagreg

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 07/08/05 at 01:52
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    - Canada

    - 22 frets

    - Table and massive cedar mahogany neck

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is unique. The seller had a prvenu and it has partly made my choice: the handle is wide and thin, perfect for me who used to play on a classic! The neck is super enjoyable, has its own slide!

    - Like any good acoustic guitar without a cutaway Access in acute is not easy but for the few times I go o, a break not too much problem even if the size of the handle pt may be cause problem??

    - I had read before buying a guitar that c'tait lumberjack, heavy and all. But in fact not at all! I find it really enjoyable to play trs

    - The rponse is yes! Even if it was a beginners level playing al…
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    - Canada

    - 22 frets

    - Table and massive cedar mahogany neck

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is unique. The seller had a prvenu and it has partly made my choice: the handle is wide and thin, perfect for me who used to play on a classic! The neck is super enjoyable, has its own slide!

    - Like any good acoustic guitar without a cutaway Access in acute is not easy but for the few times I go o, a break not too much problem even if the size of the handle pt may be cause problem??

    - I had read before buying a guitar that c'tait lumberjack, heavy and all. But in fact not at all! I find it really enjoyable to play trs

    - The rponse is yes! Even if it was a beginners level playing almost over we go to a "good"

    SOUNDS

    - It is perfectly suited to my style of music very pop / folk, itches with pals

    - At the top of the handle, adpote!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I use it for a few weeks and not me dcrocher! I keep thinking about the night when I go home to play for hours!

    - It's a really great, warm, well rounded, gnial for walking and rock gnral. I did not test too in acute (forced beginners) but not look bad. The least that pt be the aspect that dchire but not the masses must not EXAGRES, it is not so bad. In the end, a dtail.

    - When I shop at all, I tried a nice Cort, a Yamaha and even a Martin DM. I tried a Takamine dj remains in my REFERENCE what I tried (but still personal). The seller said I dcrocherai not much of Martin and the Seagull is not that I dcroch!

    - Excellent qualitprix me

    - Since my choice is rcent I can not say too much but at the moment no regrets at all! I do not even feel guilty not having selected the Martin.

    In the end I would say that Seagull is a style we like it or not. Its handle individual and his style will not acadm Drout in some (the seller had even hsit make me essay because he does not like), the rest will fall in love with mark. Proof: I have a friend who no longer plays with the Seagull (I do it in any way influence my purchase). In my case, I do not know yet ...
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  • AgimaAgima

    Seagull S6 OriginalPublished on 08/10/05 at 01:24
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    See previous opinion ..

    The mast of the box tonne, the sound comes out tons too!
    However the wood is more brittle than a varnished scratch disk (I put in a 9) but that's what makes the difference too.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it for at least ..... 6, 7 or even 8 years, I can not remember even more when I bought it!
    In fact I had gone to buy a takamine ... and then I tried the seagull .. and I loved his sleeve and his (and his award for her!) ... since I used regularly, it is THE race that I love. The credit union is not sudden but is not a problem as long as not all the time looking for the solos.
    The body is not tiny, but no more than a Gnant ....

    SOUNDS

    I like the …
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    See previous opinion ..

    The mast of the box tonne, the sound comes out tons too!
    However the wood is more brittle than a varnished scratch disk (I put in a 9) but that's what makes the difference too.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it for at least ..... 6, 7 or even 8 years, I can not remember even more when I bought it!
    In fact I had gone to buy a takamine ... and then I tried the seagull .. and I loved his sleeve and his (and his award for her!) ... since I used regularly, it is THE race that I love. The credit union is not sudden but is not a problem as long as not all the time looking for the solos.
    The body is not tiny, but no more than a Gnant ....

    SOUNDS

    I like the sound round it out .... a warm.
    In recanche I did place a sensor in a luti for sound but not at all what I expected at his ... Is the sensor or the guitar? ... Shame in any case, it sounds so nice in acoustic!

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is the guitar that I play out whenever I want without amplification (that being said I have not just a truck .. the guitars!)

    Report qualitprix I find exellent ... to the extent that we love the neck wider than a lot of folk guitars.
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On our websites, we use the Meta Pixel. The Meta Pixel is a remarketing pixel implemented on our websites that allows us to target you directly via the Meta Network by serving ads to visitors of our websites when they visit the social networks Facebook and Instagram. The meta pixel are code snippets which are able to identify your browser type via the browser ID - the individual fingerprint of your browser - and to recognise that you have visited our websites and what exactly you have looked at on our websites. When you visit our websites, the pixel establishes a direct connection to Meta's servers. Meta is able to identify you by your browser ID, as this is linked to other data about you stored by Meta on your Facebook or Instagram user account. Meta then delivers individualised ads from us on Facebook or on Instagram that are tailored to your needs.

We ourselves are not in a position to identify you personally via the meta pixel, as apart from your browser ID no other data is stored with us via the pixel.

For more information about the Meta Pixel, the details of data processing via this service and Meta's privacy policy, please visit Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Facebook and Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Instagram.

Meta Platforms Ireland Ltd. is a subsidiary of Meta Platforms, Inc. based in the USA. It cannot be ruled out that your data collected by Facebook will also be transmitted to the USA.


We did not wait for a law to make us respect our members and visitors' privacy. The cookies that we use are only meant to improve your experience on our website.

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These are cookies that guarantee the proper functioning of Audiofanzine. The website cannot function properly without these cookies. Examples: cookies that help you stay logged in from page to page or that help customizing your usage of the website (dark mode or filters).

Audience analysis (Google Analytics)

We are using Google Analytics in order to better understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it. When this parameter is activated, no personal information is sent to Google and the IP addresses are anonymized.

Advertising (Google Ads)

This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest. We are likely to display advertisements from our own platform, from Google Advertising Products or from Adform.

Marketing (Meta Pixel)

On our websites, we use the Meta Pixel. The Meta Pixel is a remarketing pixel implemented on our websites that allows us to target you directly via the Meta Network by serving ads to visitors of our websites when they visit the social networks Facebook and Instagram. The meta pixel are code snippets which are able to identify your browser type via the browser ID - the individual fingerprint of your browser - and to recognise that you have visited our websites and what exactly you have looked at on our websites. When you visit our websites, the pixel establishes a direct connection to Meta's servers. Meta is able to identify you by your browser ID, as this is linked to other data about you stored by Meta on your Facebook or Instagram user account. Meta then delivers individualised ads from us on Facebook or on Instagram that are tailored to your needs.

We ourselves are not in a position to identify you personally via the meta pixel, as apart from your browser ID no other data is stored with us via the pixel.

For more information about the Meta Pixel, the details of data processing via this service and Meta's privacy policy, please visit Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Facebook and Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Instagram.

Meta Platforms Ireland Ltd. is a subsidiary of Meta Platforms, Inc. based in the USA. It cannot be ruled out that your data collected by Facebook will also be transmitted to the USA.


You can find more details on data protection in our privacy policy.
You can also find information about how Google uses personal data by following this link.