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Open-Box Seagull Coastline Series Slim Cutaway Dreadnought QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar Condition 1 - Mint Natural

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The Seagull Coastline Series Slim Dreadnought Cutaway QI is an acoustic-electric guitar that offers you full sound with warm mid-range tone and of co...Click To Read More About This Product

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(Open Box) A big sounding dreadnought with a slim, user-friendly neck!

The Seagull Coastline Series Slim Dreadnought Cutaway QI is an acoustic-electric guitar that offers you full sound with warm mid-range tone and of course the award winning craftsmanship and value Seagull is known for. Seagull's Slim Dreadnought guitars feature an ultra-thin semi-gloss finish, a slim neck with slimmer nut width, and select pressure-tested solid cedar top.

The back and sides of Coastline Series guitars are crafted from a 3-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 tonewood. Grown locally, wild cherry is also an ecologically friendly choice for guitar construction. Coastline Series guitars all feature very smooth necks made from silver leaf maple.

The Godin EPM Quantum acoustic guitar system is simple in design and outstanding in performance. This single source system features an exceptionally responsive saddle transducer carefully matched to side mount electronics with rotary volume, bass, and treble controls. The electronics and controls are packaged in a small and easy to use format complemented with a finely crafted pewter cover plate. In combination with the transducer, the EQ control range and frequency content have been specifically contoured to provide a very rich and full sound reproduction resulting in performance seen only in far more complex systems.

  • Top: Select Pressure Tested Solid Spruce
  • Back: Wild Cherry laminate
  • Sides: Wild Cherry laminate
  • Neck: Silver Leaf Maple
  • Fretboard: Rosewood, 21 frets
  • Finish: Natural Semi-Gloss
  • Nut: 1.72 in.
  • Upper Bout: 11.38 in.
  • Lower Bout: 15.87 in.
  • Waist: 10.54 in.
  • Body Length: 19.8 in.
  • Body Depth: 4.9 in.
  • Electronics: Godin QI
  • Handcrafted in LaPatrie, Quebec Canada
  • Quantum Features
    • Single source: Saddle Transducer
    • Rotary Volume, Bass, and Treble controls
    • Simple format: Outstanding performance
    • Finely crafted pewter cover plate
    • Shielded metal enclosure
    • 200 hours typical battery life

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    SeagullCoastline Series Slim Cutaway Dreadnought QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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    (14 of 17 customers found this review helpful)


    Seagull guitars stand the test of time...

    By ScooterHayes08

    from Indiana

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    Comments about Seagull Coastline Series Slim Cutaway Dreadnought QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

    I would say for this product, and factoring the quality of the manufacturer, that this is a very solid intermediate-journeyman guitar. It doesn't have to be a 5-star product to be an excellent instrument, as I will personally attest to. A Seagull under a grand is good enough, let alone the build quality and the quality of materials included in this particular one. Certainly can't go wrong with it.
    Seagulls don't tend to be overloaded with features, which is fine; reverb and other effects don't work as well built in as they do in a floor model. A tuner is really the only thing aside from the volume and tone controls that you would ever need on the electronic side.
    Not much compares to the quality of these guitars. I have played many variations and have always been impressed; lower end models tend towards more of a Martin or Taylor sound, with higher end models sounding more like Breedloves; just rich, aboundng tone.

    I say the quality is splendid because my own Seagull is over a decade old and sounds excellent still. Harmonics are beautiful, nothing is loose, no deformation or give anywhere to be found. The standards of build quality have not changed, and the products retain their usefulness a very long time.
    I think any guitar that outlasts 2 or 3 normal guitar's lifetimes is something special. I've never known a guitar that didn't at least need it's electronics serviced after 3 or 4 years, but these just don't stop. The electronics on my Seagull (a very early dreadnought from them) still work wonderfully, owing to who they have helping them produce their electronic components. All Seagulls are made through Godin, who are more renowned in the guitar world, and make some fine electronic components.All that together insures a higher degree of value than in other brands.

    (8 of 15 customers found this review helpful)


    Very nice!

    By MattMcC

    from Midland, Texas

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    Comments about Seagull Coastline Series Slim Cutaway Dreadnought QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

    I've had this guitar for a year and three months, and I've got to say that you really need to be committed if you want to buy this guitar!It has really good wood built in, you just need to be sure to take care of it so it will always play in the best shape possible.The battery life on the electric parts and tuner really lasts long and is a good value to have, but when plugged in to anything, it's not generally very loud.If you have a lot of patience and want to play around to know this guitar really well, I suggest you get it!Every time I get strings, they dull out pretty quick.It could just be me using them, I'm not sure, but it will need string changes often for it to have the amazing tone that it has the potential to create.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


    Plays great-sounds great!

    By Ric

    from New England

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    Comments about Seagull Coastline Series Slim Cutaway Dreadnought QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

    This is my 2nd Seagull. I bought an Entourage a few years ago and it has become my "go to" guitar. I have a Martin DCX1RE I've been using in my studio and while I loved its tone I was never crazy about the way it played. I've had some problems with my lft. hand strength and decided to try a Seagull S6 cutaway to see if it might work better for me. Right out of the box it played great and when I took it into the studio the sound was wonderful. While I still love the tone of my Martin, I equally love the tone of this guitar. It is full, rich and round with a nice "punch" thanks to it's tight grained spruce top and bracing. The electronics are straight forward and do a great job-the built in tuner is a bonus I'm growing to love. Cosmetically the guitar is beautiful-nothing fancy but the workmanship and finish are top notch. Truthfully there is nothing I don't love about this guitar.

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    Great Guitar for the Money!

    By Bleeding Ralph

    from Pennsylvania

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    • Consistent
    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Rich Sound
    • Stays In Tune


      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Small Venues

      Comments about Seagull Coastline Series Slim Cutaway Dreadnought QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

      I went to several brick and mortal stores and played about 30 guitars before settling on the Seagull Coastline model. The guitar is just a great value for a North American made guitar. The spruce top entourage is very similar in features to the Coastline for 150 less but the Coastline has nicer fit and finish feel to it which you can't appreciate until you do a side by side comparison. The Cherry wood back and sides are drop dead gorgeous!
      The only guitars that I played that I liked as well as the Coastline were a Taylor 214 series and the Gibson J-15 but they are twice as expensive so it was not justified in my mind to pay that much more for name recognition. The Coastline lacks the bottom end boom sound but has a really beautiful well rounded tone with shimmering highs. The electronics on the Quantum 1 provide features such as a built in tuner, volume, bass and treble. You will need to dial in your sound through a direct box or PA to really shape your tone.
      To my surprise, the Coastline also came packed in a Seagull embroidered gig bag which wasn't listed in the description when I purchased it. That was a nice additional bonus that I did not expect and completely changed my mind about having to buy a hard-case as the gig-bag should sufficiently protect the guitar.
      After playing guitar for 30+ years, I highly recommend the Seagull Coastline as a great value for the budget minded guitar player who can look past the name brand and focus on what you are getting for your money.

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