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Seagull Artist Series Mosaic CW Acoustic Guitar
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A solid mahogany back and 3-ply mahogany sides on the Seagull Mosaic CW add still more warmth and resonance to the cedar top. Hand-polished thin lacq...Click To Read More About This Product
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The warm, friendly tone of an expertly crafted solid cedar top.
A solid mahogany back and 3-ply mahogany sides on the Seagull Mosaic CW add still more warmth and resonance to the cedar top. Hand-polished thin lacquer finish really lets the wood breathe and age beautifully. Mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard and bridge.
- Solid cedar top
- Solid mahogany back
- 3-ply mahogany sides
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fretboard and bridge
- Tusq nut and compensated saddle
- Gold tuners
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This guitar isn't the flashiest, most beautiful guitar out there. The head stock is goofy looking and the finish is a little flat. But here's the thing: The guitar sounds amazing. Across the range of tones its up their with the highest end guitars I've had the opportunity to play. Intonation was perfect out of the box, and only minimal set up was required to get the action where I needed it. As for the headstock, the shape is what allows the guitar to stay in tune so well and remain intonated so well even after truss adjustments. The neck is slightly wider than most dreadnoughts, which is something I've come to appreciate and have found helps my playing. The bottom line is that while this guitar doesn't look like a million bucks, it sounds like it. If looks aren't of concern to you, there really is no better choice out there.
I have purchased this guitar and I love it. It has the warmest sound and it looks amazing. This is the best guitar I have ever purchased! I highly suggest this guitar because of the quality and beautiful sound it produces.
This review is for the Seagull Artist Series Mosaic CW Acoustic Guitar Features:Solid cedar top Solid mahogany back 3-ply mahogany sides (?? Seagull doesn't mention this in their specs)Mahogany neck Rosewood fretboard and bridge "Tusq" nut and compensated saddle Gold tuners (similar to Grovers) Handcrafted in LaPatrie, Quebec Canada The Seagull was a new name to me as I began a quest for a well made, nice looking, easy to play and awesome sounding acoustical instrument. I am self taught and have played off and on for over 40 years. By no means accomplished. Another love in my life is woodworking, so I understand what it takes to craft something in wood.The Seagull is wood, and very interesting wood at that. The construction and finish on my Mosaic is outstanding. True, the thin lacquer finish may be a problem down the road, but right now it is just beautiful. The inlays, bindings, rosette and purflings on this are really nice. I played a Seagull spruce top mini jumbo before deciding on this cedar topped model. The difference in tone was significant. The cedar gave me the warm, rich tone I was looking for. Really nice mid-tones and sustain. The spruce top was just a little too bright for me. I'm not sure I like the darker color of the cedar just yet, but I think it will grow on me. Same for the tuner head design - my first look at it was a turn off until I read why it was designed that way. It really isn't an artistic/aesthetic faux pas...The action is just about right, though it may need some adjustment as the guitar ages and I play it more. The neck is just a tad wider than I like, but, again, that is simply a matter of me getting accustomed to it. Intonation is spot-on.I got this guitar from a local music store and the price was right in line with the street prices I'd researched. The TRIC case that comes with it is an odd piece - very different from the standard hard case. It seems well made, however. It remains to be seen how the case will work out.Overall, I'm in love with this new guitar and very pleased with it's looks, playability and tone. Refreshingly different from my Epiphone Dot (which I still love, too, but for different reasons). Seagull is a class act.
this guitar looks like it will be an amazing guitar to add to your collection, but it is a very poorly made guitar. the bridge was to low, the frets are very very low, and two of the frets were bairly on the neck.i usher you not to buy this product.
I own two Seagulls. Both are cutaway acoustic electrics. One is one of the Artist series. Both feel as good as guitars I've tried that were three times the price. Great tone. Bridge, nut and fret placement are great and just right for easy play and quick action. Old-growth hardwoods add a rich tone. Tuning is very stable. Everyone who picks up my Seagulls and plays them is amazed and envious. Buy and play these with confidence. They start out sounding and feeling great and just keep getting better.