#1
I can't remember which one it was I was playing, but I was playing one in gc the other day that was about 300-400 dollars. It sounded pretty good. Are these good acoustics?

I don't have any money yet, but I want an acoustic, which i will eventually get. My budget will be up to $450.00 at the most. I was thinking of one of these or a yamaha.

Recommend me a good one of these.
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#2
yes my friend and dad have one and they are awesome. i borrowed my dads for a year and it was great the tone kept getting better and better

TBH i am gonna buy an electric acoustic from them but you might feel good looking around and trying other guitars incase you find one better suited for you

none the less i would recommend seagul to you

EDIT yamaha is pretty good for a cheaper guitar i would deffinetly buy a yamaha before something like a fender

also i have purchased a washburn and like there lower models. when talking about cheaper guitars they have a pretty good product.

1 last recomendation is to get a single cut away it may seem unimportant but really it does make a difference trust me on this one that is one regret i always had about my acoustic
song stuck in my head today


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#3
Great acoustic guitars. High build quality for sure. *points to sig*
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#4
well could someone show me a seagul cutaway under 450. dont care if it has electronics, it would be nice but i just want something with a good sound for a cheap price

edit: and good playability, this is very important
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#5
^i couldn't but to be honest i would still get one lol.

it's not the end of th world it is just nice to have the cut away that is all
song stuck in my head today


#6
yeah, i dont think i really need a cutaway, for solos maybe(which i usually dont play a lot of them) but I usually dont go past the 16th fret, so i think id be good without a cutaway

I was looking at the S6 i think, it looks good. I think its the one i played in GC the other day and liked.

edit: http://www.guitarcenter.com/Seagull-The-Original-S6-Acoustic-Guitar-104069091-i1147556.gc
that one

how good is it?
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