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Seagull Excursion 12 String Acoustic Electric Guitar

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Product Description

It was a very difficult task to create a Canadian made acoustic guitar with this level of build quality while making it so incredibly affordable. However, Seagull’s fine team of luthiers in Princeville Quebec rose to the challenge and made it happen!

Seagull Excursion 12 String Acoustic Electric Guitar Features

  • Burn stamp Rosettes
  • 3-layer lamination of real hardwood
  • Rosewood Fingerboards and Bridges
  • Silver Leaf Maple Necks
  • Solid Spruce top with 3-layer laminated Walnut back and sides
  • Electronics: Fishman Isys t with tuner
Also, similar to the S6 Slim, the Excursion models feature the Seagull Slim neck with a 1.72” nut width, which is great for players who are more accustomed to a more traditional nut width.

Made in Canada, the Seagull Excursion Series sets a new benchmark in affordable, quality crafted North American made acoustic guitars. Rugged, bare bones and packed full of tone!

Old Hoss from Loudon, TN, USA
Playability and Feel
Loud and bright
Your general opinion of this product.
It was excessively bright with the walnut, super bright strings and plastic bridge pins. Changing to mellower strings, bone saddle, and ebony bridge pins helped smooth out the tone.
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
It seems well enough made but definitely on the lower end of the scale of features, like satin finish instead of gloss, no binding, and a burnt in design instead of a sound hole rosette.
Playability and Feel
How does it feel, Heavy, Fast, Chunky? How was the neck? Are the controls easy to get to while playing?
It feels and plays pretty good. The satin finish is a bit rough. The neck width is pretty good for a 12 string, not overly wide, but enough room between the strings for clean picking.
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
Its still bright and loud even with the changes I made but the bone saddle and ebony bridge pins give it a much smoother voice.
How was the action out of the box?
The action was very low out of the box, with some string noise on the frets when strumming hard. Backing off the truss rod gave it more room for string movement, taking out the slight back bow. The sound is very loud with light strumming so heavy strumming is overkill.
How did the stain or paint job look?
The satin finish is a bit rough.
How has it stood up over time?
It seems strong and well built. It didn't come with a case, which is definitely needed. The satin finish feels like it doesn't offer much protection.
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