#1
saw this on agf and just had to share it! that's right - it's the L6 from batonrougeguitars *LOLOL* doesn't that headstock look just a bit familiar?

#2
Congradulations, Seagull, you have officially become a legitimately popular brand by way of the universal sign: a copy brand
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#3
Haha thats funny.
Its not like its a cool headstock or anything.

I actually think the headstock is ugly.
#4
Hehe, i even tried that guitar once in a shop in Munich. Baton Rouges are made in Germany, and the L6 is a direct replica of the S6 original, it even has the 1.8" nut and i think it uses the same woods.

Actually the guy at the shop recommended it to me as a budget guitar (230 euros) with a wide nut. I actually read some good reviews in german forums, they are apparently pretty good for the price.

I didn't buy it though (wasn't looking for a dread)
#5
I actually somewhat like the Seagull headstock. Admittedly though, I don't like the sound of Maple side/back. *stares at my sig*



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#7
^

So...am I the only one seeing the silliness of a German company called Baton Rouge?
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As usual Natrone's mouth spouts general win.

Quote by Silverstein14
man, Natrone you're some kind of ninja I swear


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plexi


i realize the longshot that is. little giant to humongous one.


Rest In Peace Stevie Ray
#8
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A real Seagull has a more pronounced taper, and slightly smaller inlays. Also, the 12th fret dots are centered between E/A and B/E, not directly under A and B. Also, pickguard.

EDIT: The Baton Rouge uses maple back and sides, not wild cherry.

EDIT x2:


Totally not copying the Seagull Artist series.

EDIT x3: Or Martin. Or Gibson.


I think the third one is more of a Taylor copy.
#9
Whatever, the American Eagle logo at the 12th fret on the Seagull copy is hilarious.
#12
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^

So...am I the only one seeing the silliness of a German company called Baton Rouge?


ditto... almost as silly as a japanese company named Ibanez
#13
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Haha thats funny.
Its not like its a cool headstock or anything.

I actually think the headstock is ugly.


I dont think its ugly but its not original either.
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