Seagull Maritime SWS Folk High Gloss QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar(Natural) Sku #581758000010000 Seagull 581758 ACA 6 String Acoustic-Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Solid mahogany and spruce construction lends this guitar warm, rich tone.
The Maritime SWS Folk acoustic-electric guitar is made with a solid mahogany body. The guitar's mahogany body produces a strong sound with an emphasis on a mellow, round midrange. The Maritime SWS Folk also features a solid spruce top, integrated set mahogany neck, chrome hardware, and an Indian rosewood bridge and fretboard. The guitar's high-gloss finish provides excellent protection but at the same time is extremely light and elastic. This is a crucial point in both the sound of the guitar and its ability to age—a thick finish muffles a guitar's vibration and blocks aging. The Seagull Maritime SWS guitar also features the Godin Quantum I onboard electronics for a great plugged-in experience.
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Maritime SWS Folk High Gloss QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar Specifications:
- Body Type: Folk
- Body Wood: Solid Mahogany
- Top Wood: Solid Spruce
- Scale Length: 24.84"
- Neck Joint: Integrated Set Neck
- Neck Wood: Honduras mahogany
- Fretboard: Indian Rosewood
- Neck Shape: Soft C
- # of Frets: 21
- Nut Width: 1.8"
- Bridge: Indian Rosewood
- Hardware Color: Chrome
- Pickup: Godin Quantum I
- Controls: Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Tuner
- Finish: High-Gloss custom polish finish
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Looks good
- Lots of resonance
- Sounds Great
- Body is very light
- Pick up is only okay
- Alternate tunings
- Great for finger style
Comments about Seagull Maritime SWS Folk High Gloss QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
Guitar had a broken brace inside. The bracing is still there, but just half of it is missing. It appears that the wood just split. It doesn't effect the guitar as far as I can tell, but it really should have been considered damaged and not just used. My guess is that they just didn't look as carefully as they should have. Should not have received a used rating of "A". I'm still going to keep the guitar because it sounds great. I just put this out there to remind you to double check any time you purchase something online. Too many companies will just expect that the consumer will not go to the effort to send it back.
I have never had a problem with M123, which is why I keep coming back. Any time I had an issue, I simply called them up and sent it back. No problems.