Seagull Coastline S12 Cedar Left
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Seagull Coastline S12 Cedar Left

Coastline S12 Cedar Left, Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar from Seagull in the Coastline series.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Pat Vurden02/13/2009

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

Seagull Coastline S12 Cedar Left
Guitar factory hand in Canada.
21 frets, piezo pre-amp and LR Baggs Quantum I.
Red cedar table fishplates and bottom plating 3 layers of birch.
Silver Saddle handle rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
: Mechanical bath oil, nuts in Tusq (compensated bridge saddle.
The finish is excellent all levels, Polished is very pleasing to the touch.

UTILIZATION

The neck is fairly wide (48mm at nut), C profile very end, it is very pleasing to play.
We will not speak to the highs of the CASC, this guitar does not availing oneself of pan shot.
The body is dreadnought shape, but with more rounded shoulders.

SOUNDS

The acoustic sound is excellent, very warm, and bass dj presents the new instrument. This guitar availing oneself of the famous natural chorus on high strings, I could hear dj on my S12.
In electro is wonderful, the Quantum I do not look, because of its simplicity but s'avre formidable ... 3 contrl, a volume knob, a knob for the treble, a knob for the bass, nothing more. CASC battery is made by the fishplate outdoors through a hatch located in the prs jack belt clip.
Respte perfectly sound electro acoustic sound of the guitar and plugs into my amp Technology JAM150 SR + is a rgal ear ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months and I have a lot of fun playing it. I never t by the Seagull, and I availing oneself 3. Their mid-range models are excellent, there is nothing wrong.
I tried a Tanglewood TW15/12, yuck cluck of Seagull ...
When we left, the choice is more limited than in 12 strings, but fortunately, there is the Coastline 12 strings, and this for my greatest happiness.
I got new 600, but since The beginning of 2009, prices took a slap ... The report is very reasonable qualitprix.
With exprience, I would do this without hesitating choice.
Pat Vurden04/28/2008

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

Seagull Coastline S12 Cedar Left
Mine is a S12 dlx left, manufactures hand in Canada.
Table in solid red cedar, cherry wicker covers the bottom and 3 layers.
Channel not mahogany, rosewood fingerboard 21 frets.
Tear black plastic, wood rosette discrte trs.
Rosewood bridge.
Mcaniques oil bath.
Trs satin varnish is soft.

UTILIZATION

The neck is thin enough for a 12-string, it Submitted in Profile C.
CHAC is not to fret dernire ais in the absence of pan shot.
The guitar is well lgre balance.

SOUNDS

Question sounds, the guitar chorus natural Submitted on 4-string treble, which makes her beautiful.
It's safe, and sound is very well Dfine with low Submitted.
In Rhythm is a rgal!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for four months.
I got it used, it must date from the 90s, because it is the older sister of my Seagull S6 dlx left that I acquired in 97.
The particularity of the guitars is that they Seaugull bonifient older, and the sound is more beautiful.
I had the opportunity to try other models 12 string before this one, I had never heard a sound so rich and powerful.
The report qualitprix is ​​exceptional.
I do it again without hsiter the same choice, and suggest this guitar looking for a 12 string of quality.