Seagull S6 Coastline Spruce Q1

Seagull S6 Coastline Spruce Q1, Acoustic Guitar

Item number: 10043592
This item is not part of our current product range.
Acoustic Guitar • Strings: 6 string • Body Shape: Dreadnought • Cutaway: no • Construction / Acoustic: Partly Solid (Front) • Colour / Finish: Natural • Finish: Matt • Top: Spruce • Back / Sides: Cherry • Neck: Maple • Fretboard: Rosewood • Fretboard Inlays: Dots • Nut Width: 45,7 mm • Saddle/Cross piece inlay: Tusq • Bridge: Rosewood • Tuning Machines: Chrome • Binding: Plastic Cream • Pickup Details: Piezo • Pre-amp system: Seagull Quantum Q1 • Controls: Volume, Bass, Treble • Special Features: Select Pressure Tested Solid Spruce Top • The back and sides of the Seagull Coastline series acoustic guitars are made from a three-layer lamination of wild cherry wood. With a sound between the mellow tone of a mahogany guitar and the bright sound of maple, wild cherry has proven itself to be an excellent tone wood. Grown in North America, wild cherry is also an ecologically friendly choice. Coastline series guitars feature very smooth necks made from Silver Leaf Maple. The Seagull S6 Coastline Spruce Q1 dreadnought electro-acoustic guitar features a solid Spruce top, Wild Cherry laminate back and sides, Silver Leaf Maple neck, 21-fret Rosewood fretboard, and a natural finish. Seagull QI Quantum electronics with single source saddle transducer and rotary volume, bass and treble controls. 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.