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 Tre
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