#1
I am new player (really new). After much research I bought a Seagull S-6 Original to learn to play on. Love the Guitar. I need a recommendation for a good case to protect my investment. A dreadnaught case should work but this is considered a 3/4 Guitar so unsure if my new instrument will slide around too much in the case. Any advice would be appreciated.
#2
Not sure about for the US, but in the UK, Hiscox are possibly the best in terms of protection:
http://www.hiscoxcases.com/
If you check the dimensions, it might fit in a classical case, but if you have any doubts, just ring them - they're dead helpful =)
#3
The Seagull is not a 3/4 guitar. You need a regular hard case. I would buy a used case eaither off Craiglist or try and find one in the local Guitar Center.
#4
why would you think the s6 is a 3/4 dread? it's a full size dread, dude. you can get the godin tric case for it or a hard case from godin. email the good folks at seagull and they'll tell you which cases it will fit.
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#5
I guess it could be considered a 3/4 guitar if you're comparing it to a jumbo baritone ...

But no, just buy a regular dread case.
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#6
Just thought I would say, it is worth shelling out more money for a good case than a not so good one. I got a more expensive one for my Hummingbird and it protects it much better than the original one I got which was cheaper in price but cheaper in quality.
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