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Want. Kinda.....

Personally, I'd go for the one with mahogany back/sides. That one is all solid, and I like the warmer sound of mahogany over the bright sound of maple.

Either way, Seagull makes great guitars, and you can't go wrong with one, IMO.
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Want. Kinda.....

Personally, I'd go for the one with mahogany back/sides. That one is all solid, and I like the warmer sound of mahogany over the bright sound of maple.

Either way, Seagull makes great guitars, and you can't go wrong with one, IMO.



i hear great things about seagul. Everyone has a good thing to say. Ill go to GC and try a bunch out but that is pretty much my price range. If u can find a better one for around 650 is my current price range 600 - 700$
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#4
It's good. *points to sig* It's definitely on the bright side of things though.
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#5
I just bought the mahogany version. I really enjoy it, easy to play, great sound. I liked it better than the laminated maple, but that one sounded good as well.