Seagull Maritime SWS Semi-Gloss Acoustic Guitar(Natural) Sku #581753000010000 Seagull 581753 ABA 6 String Acoustic Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Superb tonewoods for round, mellow tone.
The body of the Seagull Maritime SWS acoustic guitar is solid mahogany and produces a strong sound with an emphasis on a mellow, round midrange. The Maritime SWS also features a solid spruce top, integrated set mahogany neck, chrome hardware, and an Indian rosewood bridge and fretboard.
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Maritime SWS Semi-Gloss Acoustic Guitar Specifications:
- Body Type: Solid
- Body Wood: Solid Mahogany
- Top Wood: Solid Spruce
- Scale Length: 24.84"
- Neck Joint: Integrated Set Neck
- Neck Wood: Honduran mahogany
- Fretboard: Indian Rosewood
- Neck Shape: Soft C
- # of Frets: 21
- Nut Width: 1.8"
- Bridge: Indian Rosewood
- Hardware Color: Chrome
- Finish: Semi-Gloss custom polish finish
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Stays In Tune
Comments about Seagull Maritime SWS Semi-Gloss Acoustic Guitar:
The Semi-Gloss Solid Mahogany , Sold Spruce Top is exactly as described! I had a "set-up" performed by a Pro 1st thing. New Strings and the Rosewood fingerboard & bridge were in dire need of TLC. Just to nit-pick a little...from the 7th-12th...the fret wire edges (treble side only) are just a tad rough to the touch..not sharp..just the chamfer/bevel is not as pronounced as the rest of the neck. All-in-all a fine little Dreadnought...it will be a nice addition to my (Almost) 40 year old Rosewood & Spruce dread! I like it and the "gull" received several complements from the Locals hanging out at the shop I had the set-up performed at. This is my 1st New out-of-the-box Guitar in many years and My assessment of the fretwire may be a bit premature. The more playing time the "gull' gets I expect them to smooth out more! Got a nice tone, very light and there is not a blemish to be found. I would most certainly recommend the "gull" to a beginner or someone not wanting to spend $$$ on the higher end Acoustics!