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  • Mark KnopflerMark Knopfler

    Simon & Patrick 6 CedarPublished on 07/22/03 at 01:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Acoustic Guitar, 22 frets, mahogany neck and bridge Indian Rosewood, Solid cedar, wild cherry back and sides, rosewood fingerboard ... Satin finish.
    Handmade in Canada ..

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice to the touch, very soft, very beautiful and simple. Guitar on the whole very good.
    Access to acute is difficult (for the last 4 boxes above).
    The game sitting as standing is very nice. However, it must be very precise with the pick because the cedar is virtually devoid of varnish (!!!) and therefore very fragile (add to that the natural tenderness of cedar and there is really boring.'s why I put that 8).

    SOUNDS

    The highs are sublime, but the serious ... they vibrat…
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    Acoustic Guitar, 22 frets, mahogany neck and bridge Indian Rosewood, Solid cedar, wild cherry back and sides, rosewood fingerboard ... Satin finish.
    Handmade in Canada ..

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice to the touch, very soft, very beautiful and simple. Guitar on the whole very good.
    Access to acute is difficult (for the last 4 boxes above).
    The game sitting as standing is very nice. However, it must be very precise with the pick because the cedar is virtually devoid of varnish (!!!) and therefore very fragile (add to that the natural tenderness of cedar and there is really boring.'s why I put that 8).

    SOUNDS

    The highs are sublime, but the serious ... they vibrate so much that the guitar is hard to sit still. they are not very precise but can be drawn from his very good anyway.
    The game is simple but arpeggio chords are more difficult to execute.
    For picking the game, it is great. Blues, folk music, the variety will be interested. The rock also provided you know the beast master and its vibration agreements.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for four months and already it's my girlfriend, my little sister (I'm incestuous). She is beautiful! The bass is very harsh, which gives this guitar a lot of character. I tried a Cort and Fender DG 25 S before buying and it seemed like the best. Very typical. I do not regret that choice, and I would do without a doubt. For 500 euros, we have the same characteristics as a Gibson J-45 (my old guitar when I was rich!) Finally a little less beautiful qd but even in the same kind and for those who have not 3500 euros to snap to a skyscraper, it is also wonderful (I had had for 1500 but hush). In any case excellent value for money, amazing.
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  • Marc0Marc0

    Simon & Patrick 6 CedarPublished on 08/20/06 at 11:19
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    Back & Sides: Wild Cherry
    Top: Solid Cedar (Pressure Tested)
    Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
    Finish: Semi Gloss Custom Polished Finish
    Nut and bridge Tusq ® by Graphtech
    Channel: 22 boxes

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite nice for an acoustic guitar, obviously you're not in ease of use of a Seagull or whatever, but to play chords, the neck and the guitar are still generally very pleasant.
    We hope to play with virtuosity properly above the 15th box. The guitar is quite light and quite successful finish.
    The lifts are accurate and robust.
    The string height is a bit exaggerated at the 12th fret, maybe the model on which I play is slightly bent, it's still a bit annoying…
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    Back & Sides: Wild Cherry
    Top: Solid Cedar (Pressure Tested)
    Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
    Finish: Semi Gloss Custom Polished Finish
    Nut and bridge Tusq ® by Graphtech
    Channel: 22 boxes

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is quite nice for an acoustic guitar, obviously you're not in ease of use of a Seagull or whatever, but to play chords, the neck and the guitar are still generally very pleasant.
    We hope to play with virtuosity properly above the 15th box. The guitar is quite light and quite successful finish.
    The lifts are accurate and robust.
    The string height is a bit exaggerated at the 12th fret, maybe the model on which I play is slightly bent, it's still a bit annoying.

    SOUNDS

    The tone of the body is very soft and fluffy. The bass are very active, sometimes a little more than the treble, but at a respectable distance tendency is balanced (logic) and the whole becomes more harmonious. A good guitar to play outdoors during evenings by the fire. 8 for a beautiful warm sound of this guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's not my guitar but I play often, I must say I'm happy when I have no other guitars on hand. Considering the price I think it's quite honest, the sound is really nice, short price is not especially miscalculated the finish is of good quality wood and are carefully chosen. An 8 on the whole, well deserved.
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  • thund3r57thund3r57

    Simon & Patrick 6 CedarPublished on 03/17/07 at 00:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Acoustic guitar handmade in Canada

    UTILIZATION

    I have this guitar for 1year about east of the pleasure is that the sound is really good for me is one of the best qualitprix
    some agreement can sometimes be hard to execute at the beginning but after you get there;)

    SOUNDS

    This guitar has a very very sweet it is quite Polyval marrow.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you find an acoustic guitar not too expensive and good quality you can have a look some prefer not to be the sound of Fender acoustic that's not too expensive either (at entry level with its correct) but the and its really great
    Devaya if I do it again I do it again lol 10X
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    Acoustic guitar handmade in Canada

    UTILIZATION

    I have this guitar for 1year about east of the pleasure is that the sound is really good for me is one of the best qualitprix
    some agreement can sometimes be hard to execute at the beginning but after you get there;)

    SOUNDS

    This guitar has a very very sweet it is quite Polyval marrow.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you find an acoustic guitar not too expensive and good quality you can have a look some prefer not to be the sound of Fender acoustic that's not too expensive either (at entry level with its correct) but the and its really great
    Devaya if I do it again I do it again lol 10X
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  • gregboulnaishgregboulnaish

    Simon & Patrick 6 CedarPublished on 06/17/07 at 12:29
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    Canadian guitar, handmade. Running very neat with no frills. The body is not painted, it is more sensitive to impact. But I think it's very nice aesthetically.
    22 frets (only available until the 15th case)
    Channel average width and thickness very thin and uniform along the entire length (unlike the Seagull whose handle is thicker).

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin enough in thickness. I find it very comfortable.
    With no cutaway, access to acute is not easy, but it's not what we want to sound in general. This disadvantage is offset by the sound made by the fund.
    The case is certainly impressive, but this does not detract from the ease of use. It is quite light and is well suit…
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    Canadian guitar, handmade. Running very neat with no frills. The body is not painted, it is more sensitive to impact. But I think it's very nice aesthetically.
    22 frets (only available until the 15th case)
    Channel average width and thickness very thin and uniform along the entire length (unlike the Seagull whose handle is thicker).

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin enough in thickness. I find it very comfortable.
    With no cutaway, access to acute is not easy, but it's not what we want to sound in general. This disadvantage is offset by the sound made by the fund.
    The case is certainly impressive, but this does not detract from the ease of use. It is quite light and is well suited to play both standing than sitting.
    We adapt very quickly to get this guitar to sound ... Magic ...

    SOUNDS

    The sound ... The primary criterion I chose this guitar.
    The sound is powerful and warm, especially in the midrange and bass. Sometimes it's "too limited" in the bass, but it needs to be mastered. However, the treble is not far behind.
    We really feel that vibrate with the cash. It is a sound that some may find a little gross but that's exactly what I wanted. Perfect for blues and finger picking, it also works great on agreements and support.
    In short: What happiness!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just have it but I'm really hooked.
    For now I did not find fault
    I hesitated a Seagull with substantially the same, but I did not like the ergonomics of the handle. For sound, I have found that power (and again) on a Takamine, but it cost twice as much.
    The quality / price ratio: it is excellent. Sound like the price, is exceptional.
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  • OrHellOrHell

    Simon & Patrick 6 CedarPublished on 02/27/08 at 14:00
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    I think everything has been said! A guitar made in canada, simple, unpretentious!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a bit difficult for me. A little off but you get used to.
    Access to the most acute is not easy, as any guitar without a cutaway.
    A good grip and super is improving over the years ... I have 4 years and the sound just keeps getting better ...

    SOUNDS

    A sound that suits me pretty well. These low and medium low. This is not slamming, very folk. Everything depends on the ropes used ... I have tried many and the one that sounds the best (for me) are the Martin 11-52.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good quality / price ratio.
    A guitar that gets better with time. …
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    I think everything has been said! A guitar made in canada, simple, unpretentious!

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a bit difficult for me. A little off but you get used to.
    Access to the most acute is not easy, as any guitar without a cutaway.
    A good grip and super is improving over the years ... I have 4 years and the sound just keeps getting better ...

    SOUNDS

    A sound that suits me pretty well. These low and medium low. This is not slamming, very folk. Everything depends on the ropes used ... I have tried many and the one that sounds the best (for me) are the Martin 11-52.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very good quality / price ratio.
    A guitar that gets better with time. Sober aesthetic.
    The matt varnish which is easily scratched, but it is only superficial.
    I love it!
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  • mrcmrc

    Simon & Patrick 6 CedarPublished on 04/18/08 at 02:05
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    Nothing to add. Vive le Qubec free!

    UTILIZATION

    Having bought used and rules for the hand of matre (thank you NoOne) is a DLIC the play: it's silk!
    The action is the hair and the handle of a dconcertante ease.

    SOUNDS

    My guitar is 9 years old, I have not experienced the evolution of his sound, but developing it is o I do not fear (far from the happiness it brings me the taking of 'ge.
    As beginners, my directory is limited but for the blues or support Strummer's foot. In terms of arpge and fingerpicking, I am too bad at the moment to speak: I think she has a great sound, but not me!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I beginners (4 months) APRS making a first down there fift…
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    Nothing to add. Vive le Qubec free!

    UTILIZATION

    Having bought used and rules for the hand of matre (thank you NoOne) is a DLIC the play: it's silk!
    The action is the hair and the handle of a dconcertante ease.

    SOUNDS

    My guitar is 9 years old, I have not experienced the evolution of his sound, but developing it is o I do not fear (far from the happiness it brings me the taking of 'ge.
    As beginners, my directory is limited but for the blues or support Strummer's foot. In terms of arpge and fingerpicking, I am too bad at the moment to speak: I think she has a great sound, but not me!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I beginners (4 months) APRS making a first down there fifteen years on an old folk with strings Egmond 1 cm of the shaft, which had to dgot guitar. Nol I started to make me the horn on a Squier Affinity Start, but I wanted to spend the acoustic. I prparais however suffer in the process.
    And stroke of luck, I came across an ad for Simon & Patrick.

    A lightning strike at first contact.
    Because this guitar is sensual:

    - The view: the blonde Amber is gorgeous.

    - Touch: body called satin caresses and when the thrills, it feels to trfond vertbrale of his column.

    - Smell: the smell woody, soft and warm that it dgagent the RVers are an invitation and an inspiration.

    - The oue: the sound is superb, his image, soft and deep, vibratory and jubilant.

    - The Got: I remember not to bite it, but I care too much for the abyss.

    In conclusion, see nothing objective in this notice.
    This is my girlfriend and I love to love!

    PS: it is not as exclusive as it allows me to maintain my passion for the guitar, to hang on and finally matriser agreement or a particular riff and progress. She is even swallow my resentment towards Egmond, I did restore and now I get rgler and play.
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