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Seagull Maritime SWS HG · Guitare acoustique
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- It uses solid wood in it's construction, not a veneer.
- It is hand built by a reputable company in Canada.
- The fingerboard is a bit wider than a standard dreadnought and takes a bit of getting used to.
- Replacing the bridge pins with TUSQ pins enhances the sound quality immensely.
- Smells as good as my Martin.
To summarize, I have grown to like this guitar very much. At first, I wasn't that crazy about it. The fingerboard was hard to get used to especially if you bounce between many guitars. Also, to me the sound just didn't jump out into the room like my other acoustics; sounded a bit subdued. I tried changing the bridge pins to brass and put on 80/20 strings. This configuration took all of the low end out of it and actually made it sound worse. I finally put TUSQ bridge pins on it with phosphorous bronze strings and now it is the first guitar I reach for. I can't believe the difference in sound after this minor setup change. BTW - the nut is already TUSQ and has a compensated bridge.
I got the guitar and was surprised to find that other than a quick tuning the guitar was ready to play. It looks great and it sounds great. I could not be happier.
I find myself not only in love with my Maritime, but also it's the right guitar that fits my style. I do majorly finger style music, it just has the right sound for me. It has metal strings so I always fix my nails to the right length and to the right shape, otherwise it can sound either overpowered or a little bit dull. But that's just me, it handles strumming pretty much as good. (Still, a Seagull kind of strumming sound. No way it can sound like a Yamaha or something else, no.) Like I said, there's nothing like it and you have to try it yourself.
Bottom line, although in the big picture Seagulls are less desired than Taylers or Martins, it walks its own way. In my opinion, my seagull sounds more like a acoustic guitar should. Yamaha sounds too distorted to me (and you can't hold a piano or a motorcycle like that anyway.. hahah); Taylor is the brand I don't like because I think they lack everything in sound but it's just me(never tried their $2k+ guitars tho), and Martin just sounds expensive big time.. I recommend this guitar to anyone on budget but want a good all solid wood quality guitar, if you are not looking for some brand specifically. Seagull saves its customer money by not making non-sense commercials. Everything I've heard about this brand is from actual people, and real guitarists. (Instead of Seagull marketing people) Of course, all I've heard is nothing but appreciation. And hell yeah, I would say the same thing here.
Enjoy your Maritime.
I do :)
PS: I accidentally found it on sale for $430 at local GC, opened box but brand new. On black friday 2012, I saw Amazon has it for $500. Anyway, Amazon is one of the few companies that don't care about money. LOL