Seagull Coastline Series S6 Dreadnought Acoustic GuitarProduct #516916 Seagull 516916 ABA 6 String Acoustic Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Eco-friendly, fun to play, and a great value!
The guitars that make up the Seagull Coastline series represent one of the world's outstanding values in acoustic guitars. The back and sides of the Coastline series models are made from a three-layer lamination of wild cherry wood. With a sound that lands somewhere between the mellow tone of a mahogany guitar and the bright sound of maple, wild cherry has proven itself to be an excellent tone wood. Grown locally, wild cherry is also an ecologically friendly choice. Coastline series guitars feature very smooth necks made from Silver Leaf Maple.
- Top: Solid cedar
- Back: Wild Cherry laminate
- Sides: Wild Cherry laminate
- Neck: Silver Leaf Maple
- Fretboard: Rosewood, 21 frets
- Body: Dreadnought
- Finish: Semi-gloss Natural
- Nut: 1.8"
- Upper Bout: 11.38"
- Lower Bout: 15.87"
- Waist: 10.54"
- Body Length: 19.8"
- Body Depth: 4.9"
- Handcrafted in LaPatrie, Qu'bec Canada
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Comments about Seagull Coastline Series S6 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:
I am an open chord strummer and believe me a guitar has to have great volume, resonance, and sustain to make it no matter the price. I tried several guitars in this range for outside-travel-campfire use and returned them for lack of quality sound. (The furniture looked fabulous but sound is what you're after). This Seagull Coastline S6 with cedar top passed my test after one strum of the G chord. These Canadians have done it for less money. I like the wider neck so my large tough fingers don't deaden an open string too much but there are slim styles to choose from also. I almost overlooked this company's offerings but I'm glad I found one to try out. If you ask around, someone will have one to listen to. P.S., I own an expensive Martin too and this guitar gives me almost as much pleasure to play.