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Seagull S6 "The Original" Acoustic Guitar w/Dreadnought Hardshell Case and Guitar Stand

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  • Top: Select Pressure Tested Solid Cedar, Truss Rod: Double Function
  • Back & Sides: Canadian Wild Cherry, Finish: Semi-Gloss Custom Polished Finish
  • Neck: Silver Leaf Maple Integrated Set Neck
  • Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
  • Nut & Saddle: Compensated Tusq by Graphtech

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Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you're at it.

This Seagull S6 is The Original Acoustic Guitar. Winner of several awards, the S6 guitar offers entry level players the opportunity to experience a high-quality guitar at a reasonable price. The S6 acoustic guitar features a select pressure tested solid cedar top, a hand-finished neck, and Canadian wild cherry back and sides. Topped with a rosewood fretboard and bridge, you get both a great look and great sound, all in one great guitar.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful guitar, after a bit of tweaking...
By harperbass on June 3, 2015
Well, I've been waiting for this request. I have a Seagull 12 string that I love so decided to buy the 6 string. Taylors and Martins aren't that great IMO til the 3K mark and that's out of the question. My first surprise is how fast this got here. I ordered it on a Thursday morning and it arrived Saturday morning via USPS! I knew it would be a great guitar, no doubt. The case w/ the California cancer sticker [contains lead] a bit disheartening. I also knew it was probably going to need some tweaking, so I wasn't surprised the guitar was shipped with the bridge saddle uncut. At all. So the action was awful past the 3rd fret. Luckily, I know a luthier who I could stand and watch do it. He didn't charge me much, but if I'd had to take this to one, it would have taken a few weeks and perhaps as little as a hundred dollars. Takes special tools and a workshop, ideally. He cut about 1/8th inch off the bottom off the saddle, I put on better untreated strings, the strings they use tend to "roll" under my fingers, which is peciliar. This guiytar records great, plays as nice as a guitar costing five times as much. But for me, if you want a consistent nice action from the nut to the 10th fret, you'll probably have to spend money on the saddle. Here's a couple of pictures I hope will illustrate what we did w/ the saddle. Some folks get lucky and get a perfect guitar out of the box. I've been doing this a long time. Not so lucky. A wonderful guitar, now.
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