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Seagull Artist Series Studio i-Beam Duet Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Studio model is the flagship of Seagull's Artist Series guitars. Many luthiers consider the combination of rosewood back and sides with a spruce ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Studio model is the flagship of Seagull's Artist Series guitars. Many luthiers consider the combination of rosewood back and sides with a spruce top to be the standard that all other wood combinations are measured against. With rich sound and ample dynamics and projection, this guitar is equally at home on stage and in more intimate fully acoustic settings. The Studio acoustic-electric Seagull is also an exceptional choice for recording.
The i-Beam Duet blends an i-Beam and a Ribbon Transducer signal with an onboard preamp featuring a very sophisticated set of controls for mixing and equalization. This use of 2 transducers gives you the ultimate in Seagull's onboard acoustic amplification.
- Solid spruce top
- Solid rosewood back
- Sides - 3-way laminate made from Rosewood-Maple-
- Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard & bridge
- Tusq nut and compensated saddle
- High-gloss lacquer rosewood
- LR Baggs i-Beam Duet electronics
- Handcrafted in LaPatrie, Qubec Canada
Artist Series Studio i-Beam Duet Acoustic-Electric Guitar
- 24.85" scale length
16" fingerboard radius
15:1 ratio tuning machines
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I've owned my S-6 for 14 years, thought I'd upgrade to the best guitar Seagull makes. While the value is great (try finding any other guitar with the wood and craftsmanship of this guitar at this price point)it didn't measure up to my expectation. I was hoping it would compare to a Martin D-28, etc...it did not. Sent it back and I was very upset. You may like it, but please go play one somewhere first. Good luck.