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Re: Can't find Godin Anywhere!!

: Do you still have Multiac Steel SA??

: klara

Seagull Retailers in Miami Fl. ?

I am interested in buying a Seagull S6+ folk for my wife. I need the names of dealers in Miami Fl. where I might buy one.

Re: Seagull Retailers in Miami Fl. ?

: I am interested in buying a Seagull S6+ folk for my wife. I need the names of dealers in Miami Fl. where I might buy one.

Go to the Seagull guitar web site.. they have a list of dealers in each state and Canada. :-)

segull grand (s series)

I am interested in purchasing a seagull grand with accompanying micro EQ adaptor. Could individuals please email me with prices and ordering information? thanks

seagull grand s

I am also interested in purchasing a seagull grand with. Could individuals please email me with prices and ordering information? plus, does anybody know of a store in the chicago area that carries the seagull grand s series?

midi-problems

L.S.
Is there anybody who can tell me all midi-settings
for my GR1 when hooking up to Digi 001
I'm pushing buttons for several days and without
any result.
I'm using a Mac G4-Roland GR1-Digi 001-and a Godin
nylonstring multiac.
It would be great if someone could help me out!!

thanks Ed.

Re: midi-problems

Hi,
my name is Atakan and I'm using the Roland GR1.
I search ´the Expansion Board(SR-GR1-01) for this.
Can you help me please.
Thanks

Seagull Artist rosewood spruce

wish to purchase a Seagull Artist rosewood spruce with Duet II, hi gloss finish, cut-a-way

Re: Seagull Artist rosewood spruce

go to Palm Beach Music on the web and it will take you to site you need. I think the Rosewood Spruce Artist Series with no electronics is $689, Also check out 1guitarsource.com, they have excellent prices as well.

Seagull Spruce Plus

Hi!
I'm writing this on behalf of my Thai friend, Lek. He picked up a Spruce Plus in Bangkok, bought it back to his home in Chiang mai ( a long way) and now finds that after playing for a period of longer than 10 minutes the otherwise beautiful sound of the guitar is marred by a creaking noise which seems to come from around the area of the scratch guard, just behind the hole. Almost sounds like heat stress tough can't be sure. The weather at this time of year is around a constant 80 degress.Any ideas???

Re: Seagull Spruce Plus

:
: Hi!
: I'm writing this on behalf of my Thai friend, Lek. He picked up a Spruce Plus in Bangkok, bought it back to his home in Chiang mai ( a long way) and now finds that after playing for a period of longer than 10 minutes the otherwise beautiful sound of the guitar is marred by a creaking noise which seems to come from around the area of the scratch guard, just behind the hole. Almost sounds like heat stress tough can't be sure. The weather at this time of year is around a constant 80 degress.Any ideas???

The guitar manufacturer supposedly has a lifetime guarantee. If he emails and covers the shipping, I bet they'll repair it ??!

New Seagull grand

I'm just learning to play...bought a Takamene Jasmine and felt like it was wearing me.
Just bought a Seagull yesterday and what a delightful guitar. It fits and sounds great and is easy to hold.
I paid 249... is that about right for a grand?

Re: New Seagull grand

Seagull makes good affordable guitars. Don't get me wrong, they are no Martin, but you aren't paying 800+ dollars either. The Seagull Grand is not Seagull's best sounding guitar. It is a good small "take along" guitar that is good for carrying around without too much trouble. The smaller size takes a little away from the base that you would find in a larger guitar, but Seagull did make the "best bang for the size" with the dimensions the grand has. I say you made a good choice (and you got a good price).

guitar

interested in a seagull sm-6 20655, ive got one ,,want to know what the heck it is,,thanks kurt

Re: guitar

: interested in a seagull sm-6 20655, ive got one ,,want to know what the heck it is,,thanks kurt

guessing you've figured out by NOW what your sm6 is... it's a guitar!.. ahhhh, but YOU knew that...lol... go to wwwl.lasido.com THE seagull webpage

intonation

My multiac nylon classical goes sharp about a half step as you move up to the 12th fret. I've tried to adjust the neck bolt to alleviate this problem but the intonation remains constant. I don't think there is a way to adjust the bridge because of the Gk2 pickups. I've changed strings several times and the intonation is still there. I would appreciate any suggestions. I also have the GR30 synth and really enjoy it. David

Re: intonation

: My multiac nylon classical goes sharp about a half step as you move up to the 12th fret. I've tried to adjust the neck bolt to alleviate this problem but the intonation remains constant. I don't think there is a way to adjust the bridge because of the Gk2 pickups. I've changed strings several times and the intonation is still there. I would appreciate any suggestions. I also have the GR30 synth and really enjoy it. David
Ther is no gk-2 on a multiac nylon.

Godin guitar & Roland

I am trying to use my Godin LGX through a Roland VG-8ex guitar system and I am having the following problems.

the 5th and 6th strings in the driver setup seem to reverse i.e. when playing the 5th string for sensitivity the 6th string shows on the VG-8s LCD screen and vice-versa for the 6th string.
This is not a problem in actually playing except (is this connected?) when pitch shifting throgh the VG-8 strings 5 & 6 won't pitch shift at all.
Roland say that it's a Godin guitar problem and the VG-8 will work with a GK2 pickup.
I know this is a long shot but can anybody help !!

Re: Godin guitar & Roland

: I am trying to use my Godin LGX through a Roland VG-8ex guitar system and I am having the following problems.
:
: the 5th and 6th strings in the driver setup seem to reverse i.e. when playing the 5th string for sensitivity the 6th string shows on the VG-8s LCD screen and vice-versa for the 6th string.
: This is not a problem in actually playing except (is this connected?) when pitch shifting throgh the VG-8 strings 5 & 6 won't pitch shift at all.
: Roland say that it's a Godin guitar problem and the VG-8 will work with a GK2 pickup.
: I know this is a long shot but can anybody help !!

Re: Godin guitar & Roland

: : I am trying to use my Godin LGX through a Roland VG-8ex guitar system and I am having the following problems.
: :
: : the 5th and 6th strings in the driver setup seem to reverse i.e. when playing the 5th string for sensitivity the 6th string shows on the VG-8s LCD screen and vice-versa for the 6th string.
: : This is not a problem in actually playing except (is this connected?) when pitch shifting throgh the VG-8 strings 5 & 6 won't pitch shift at all.
: : Roland say that it's a Godin guitar problem and the VG-8 will work with a GK2 pickup.
: : I know this is a long shot but can anybody help !!

I had the same problem trying several Godins with a Roland VGA-7 amp!
So gave up & bought a VGA-5 instead!

my old Seagull

I purchased a Seagull in 1984, and still love the guitar. Who made my guitar, vs. who is making them now? What has changed since then? Are they as good now as they were then?

Please email response to the address given above. Thanks,

Jeff

Re: my old Seagull

In response to your inquiry, I just found the site, I have a curley maple cutaway that is the prototype (it's about 4.5 yrs. old) to the Seagull Artist Series. It has no pickguard, gold tuners with mother-of-pearl knobs, a maple head face, sides and 3 piece split back, in addition to that I also have a seagull cedar face, cherry back and sides 12 string, which I play the most. In fact, I will put my 12 up against any Taylor or Martin in non-stop playabillity. Seagull is still being made by LaSiDo and remain the only reason why Qubec should not be nuke back into the stone age. By the way, I also have a Guild F121XL which is a jumbo 12 string, that I played the frets off had it refretted and a compinsated bridge built for it and hardly ever play since I got the Seagull 12.
I only wish Seagull would make a bigger bodied guitar. My eldest son has 2 seagull 6's, a ceder for home use, and a cut-away he uses along with his Godin Tri-system for his rock band.
I have no wonder that you are sitll inthralled with your Seagull, it's still the biggest bang for the buck on the market today...
Mark - theoldfolky@altavista.com

: I purchased a Seagull in 1984, and still love the guitar. Who made my guitar, vs. who is making them now? What has changed since then? Are they as good now as they were then?

: Please email response to the address given above. Thanks,

: Jeff

Re: my old Seagull

I just this weekend found an S12+ at the canton Texas flea market. I paid $200. and feel like I stole it! What does everyone else think? thanks bob

: In response to your inquiry, I just found the site, I have a curley maple cutaway that is the prototype (it's about 4.5 yrs. old) to the Seagull Artist Series. It has no pickguard, gold tuners with mother-of-pearl knobs, a maple head face, sides and 3 piece split back, in addition to that I also have a seagull cedar face, cherry back and sides 12 string, which I play the most. In fact, I will put my 12 up against any Taylor or Martin in non-stop playabillity. Seagull is still being made by LaSiDo and remain the only reason why Qubec should not be nuke back into the stone age. By the way, I also have a Guild F121XL which is a jumbo 12 string, that I played the frets off had it refretted and a compinsated bridge built for it and hardly ever play since I got the Seagull 12.
: I only wish Seagull would make a bigger bodied guitar. My eldest son has 2 seagull 6's, a ceder for home use, and a cut-away he uses along with his Godin Tri-system for his rock band.
: I have no wonder that you are sitll inthralled with your Seagull, it's still the biggest bang for the buck on the market today...
: Mark - theoldfolky@altavista.com

: : I purchased a Seagull in 1984, and still love the guitar. Who made my guitar, vs. who is making them now? What has changed since then? Are they as good now as they were then?

: : Please email response to the address given above. Thanks,

: : Jeff

Re: my old Seagull

i've been fond of these instruments for a long time.. well?.. is ten years a long time?...lol.. bought my first seagull back in 92.. it's an S6+ folk.. was hard up for cash at the time.. this one had a "repaired" top and still looked ok, sounded beautiful and played great.. for $150... it couldn't be beat!.. still have it still play it.. last weekend i purchased an S series grand... a bit more portable.. and a WAYYY better buy in a small guitar than the taylor baby, or even the big baby... they are STILL doing things right at LASIDO...

i I just this weekend found an S12+ at the canton Texas flea market. I paid $200. and feel like I stole it! What does everyone else think? thanks bob

: : In response to your inquiry, I just found the site, I have a curley maple cutaway that is the prototype (it's about 4.5 yrs. old) to the Seagull Artist Series. It has no pickguard, gold tuners with mother-of-pearl knobs, a maple head face, sides and 3 piece split back, in addition to that I also have a seagull cedar face, cherry back and sides 12 string, which I play the most. In fact, I will put my 12 up against any Taylor or Martin in non-stop playabillity. Seagull is still being made by LaSiDo and remain the only reason why Qubec should not be nuke back into the stone age. By the way, I also have a Guild F121XL which is a jumbo 12 string, that I played the frets off had it refretted and a compinsated bridge built for it and hardly ever play since I got the Seagull 12.
: : I only wish Seagull would make a bigger bodied guitar. My eldest son has 2 seagull 6's, a ceder for home use, and a cut-away he uses along with his Godin Tri-system for his rock band.
: : I have no wonder that you are sitll inthralled with your Seagull, it's still the biggest bang for the buck on the market today...
: : Mark - theoldfolky@altavista.com

: : : I purchased a Seagull in 1984, and still love the guitar. Who made my guitar, vs. who is making them now? What has changed since then? Are they as good now as they were then?

: : : Please email response to the address given above. Thanks,

: : : Jeff

seagull guitars

I am interested in the s6+cedar guitar. I found a website that sold it for $279 with a $42 case at pbmusic.com and I was wondering if you would beat that.

Re: seagull guitars

Try Murch Music (run a web search for the address). They're in Canada and have great prices, especially with the exchange rate.

Re: seagull guitars

i have called murch music.. there's a considerably better price at a little guitar store in missisauga...lol...

Re: seagull guitars

Yo! fun...
i like it :)
John
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