#2
Takamines have thinner necks. Although, I played an S6 yesterday and it sounded absolutely amazing. I'm a Takamine fanboy, but I'll admit it sounded better than the Tak.
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Takamines have thinner necks. Although, I played an S6 yesterday and it sounded absolutely amazing. I'm a Takamine fanboy, but I'll admit it sounded better than the Tak.


are they a lot bigger or would i even notice?
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#4
They aren't a lot bigger, but it is a noticable difference. Not much, but the Seagulll was a little bit thicker. So basically, you will notice, but it more than likely won't really bother you.
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They aren't a lot bigger, but it is a noticable difference. Not much, but the Seagulll was a little bit thicker. So basically, you will notice, but it more than likely won't really bother you.


i had a jasmine and it wasn't trouble at all to play. So hopefully the seagull wont be a bother. Is there a guitar with a slimmer neck with the quality of a seagull?
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#6
Well, Takamines really are quality. The one I played in comparison with the S6 was in pretty bad shape, so it really wasn't a fair comparison.

But seriously, if it comes down to it the Seagull really shouldn't bother you. The difference is noticeable, but negligable, if that makes sense.
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#7
small hands i will strongly recommend the takamine .. it will be alot more fun to play .. the seagull neck gets some getting use to
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#8
Yeah, it's probably best not to take small hand comfort tips from me. I have massive hands. Seriously. We're talking a good 8 or 9 inches from my wrist to the tip of my middle finger.
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Takamines have thinner necks. Although, I played an S6 yesterday and it sounded absolutely amazing. I'm a Takamine fanboy, but I'll admit it sounded better than the Tak.

WHOAAA. Never thought I'd hear that from you. hahaha

I also have quite short fingers(they're stubby too ), but the neck on a Seagull feels more comfortable to me for some reason. While it did take a bit of getting used to, once I did, I absolutely loved it. It gives me a little more freedom with fingerpicking and gives me that extra space for my left hand to play more confidently(because my stubby fingers get in the way and I hit the other strings sometimes).
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WHOAAA. Never thought I'd hear that from you. hahaha

I also have quite short fingers(they're stubby too ), but the neck on a Seagull feels more comfortable to me for some reason. While it did take a bit of getting used to, once I did, I absolutely loved it. It gives me a little more freedom with fingerpicking and gives me that extra space for my left hand to play more confidently(because my stubby fingers get in the way and I hit the other strings sometimes).

I know. I almost committed suicide right then and there on the bench in the acoustic room for saying there was a better guitar than a Tak BUT in the guitar's defense, it seemed as though some idiot had really messed it up somehow, because I remembered how it sounded and felt a week or two prior to playing it, and there was just something wrong.

Although I will admit...Seagull makes some quality guitars. I'll probably get one AFTER I get my dream Tak
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