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Seagull Entourage Rustic Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar

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Product Description

The Seagull Entourage Rustic Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar gives you the best bang for your buck in an acoustic electric guitar. This beauty is sure to impress in both sound quality and aesthetics. The Entourage acoustic electric guitar includes onboard Quantum I electronics with a built-in tuner and the added feature of a Cutaway in the body for easy access to the upper frets on the neck. It also includes the beautiful rustic burst custom polished finish, Seagull Slim neck with slimmer nut width, cream double binding and select pressure tested solid cedar top.

Seagull's rustic dreadnought guitar features bracing made of Adirondack spruce, a wood known for its strength and lightweight qualities. This allows the guitar to resist string tension without weighing down the top, allowing it to be more responsive and vibrate freely. By slightly arching the top above the sound hole, Seagull made this guitar able to resist downward pressure created by the fingerboard and increases the structural integrity of the top. And the integrated set neck system allows for more consistent and stable action while significantly reducing warping and twisting of the neck, largely attributed to changes in climate. The Entourage Rustic guitar features rod bends in both directions, which provides unprecedented control over the neck.

Seagull Entourage Rustic Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Features

  • Select solid Cedar top
  • Wild Cherry back and sides
  • Silver Leaf Maple neck
  • Semi-gloss rustic burst custom polished finish
  • Integrated set neck

Product Specifications
Seagull Entourage Rustic Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar Specifications

  • Top: Select pressure tested solid cedar
  • Back and Sides: Wild cherry
  • Neck: Silver leaf maple with the seagull slim 1.72 inch nut width
  • Fingerboard and Bridge: Rosewood
  • Nut: Tusq
  • Saddle: Compensated tusq
  • Finish: Rustic burst custom polished finish
  • Electronics: Godin quantum I included
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime
Connor from Boston, MA
Overall Rating
Playability and Feel
Amazing mid-price acoustic
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
Extremely well made, really nice wood and overall a beautiful guitar.
How has it stood up over time?
I've only had it for about 3 months, but no problems so far.
Your general opinion of this product.
This is my first "real" acoustic (the starter pack one doesn't count) and I honestly couldn't be happier with this purchase. In the price range of $500 and under, it beats out competitors like Ibanez, Fender, and Yamaha.
Playability and Feel
How does it feel, Heavy, Fast, Chunky? How was the neck? Are the controls easy to get to while playing?
The is a little bit thick as compared to an electric, which is absolutely normal for acoustics. I actually love how the neck is satin finish, its so comfortable and easy to move around. I haven't plugged it in all that much, but the tuner is really easy to use.
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
The top is cedar, which is different from spruce because cedar has a lot more mid-range and I would say less base. The base on this guitar doesn't boom out like a Martin, and if I had to pick one bad thing about the sound I would pick the lack of base. However, the mids and highs sound absolutely amazing.
How did the stain or paint job look?
The finish is satin, which looks very nice, however there's no gloss, so its very easily dented and scratched. Like I said, I've only had this a couple of months and there are a couple of tiny nicks in the finish just from regular use. Nothing that detracts from the overall look, but just something to note.
How was the action out of the box?
I actually bought this from a music store, so this question doesn't really apply. But, one thing with acoustics is that humidity plays a huge factor. So I ended up having to adjust the truss rod a couple times to stop the neck from bowing in the changing humidity and changing strings. But now I am 100% happy with the action, I didn't even need a professional set-up.
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