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Seagull Artist Mosaic Acoustic Guitar
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Ear-pleasing tone in a solidly built cedar and mahogany body.

The Mosaic is a solid cedar top guitar with solid mahogany back and sides. The cedar and mahogany combination typically produces a sweet warm sound. The Custom Polished finish further enhances the sound of this combination. This model excels in more intimate musical settings.

Includes Deluxe TRIC case.

Seagull Artist Mosaic Acoustic Guitar Features:

  • Top: Select Pressure Tested Solid Cedar
    Back & Sides: Solid Mahogany
    Neck: Mahogany Integrated Set Neck
    Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
    Nut & Saddle: Compensated Tusq by Graph Tech
    Truss Rod: Double Function
    Finish: Semi-Gloss Custom Polished Finish
    Includes Deluxe TRIC case

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  • Beautiful

    As reviewed by Timothy on 1/9/2015

    Absolutely beautiful tone, simple elegance. I love this guitar. Ever since playing the S6 decades ago, I keep coming back to the soft sound of the cedar top. Of course the artist is a vast improvement, both visually and sound-wise. The harmonics and natural ambient tones present during soft to medium (even to medium-strong) play are mesmerizing. I'm in the midst of a marathon search for the perfect guitar. And every time I pick something else up to compare (many of which are $2000-3000!), I come back to this model. My only concern would be that I really can't play at more than about 85% strength. Anything played at full strength--especially low strings--gets distorted sounding. This is, of course, by design since the flip side is the supreme harmonic overtones that ring out while fingerpicking (not present with other dreadnought wood types). The guitar is also the most lightly finished (semi-gloss) solid guitar I've played (lightly oiled). In college, I trashed the face of my S6 guitar (with the same Seagull finish) after years of aggressive picking/strumming. I play much lighter now, but for those looking to wail or bang around, look elsewhere. The flip side to the light finish is, of course, improved resonance and vibration overall. For those looking to warm a room or bathe in the sweet tones of a simple and playable guitar, this is your chance. This guitar sings.

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  • sad

    As reviewed by joe on 11/4/2014

    This is a beautiful guitar with a wonderful sparkling sound. The sad part is that these wonderful instruments are ruined by the toxic chemical they use inside for glue. If you happen to see one at a store (or probably any other Seagull guitar, or probably many acoustic guitars made in the last 10-15 years) put your nose over the sound hole and take a whiff. What you smell is not necessarily some harmless carpenters glue. It could easily be a known carcinogen called Weld-on, which is what I finally discovered Seagull is using. They will tell you it will dissipate if you leave the guitar out of its case for an undetermined time. The truth is this smell never goes away. I bought a Wechter that had the identical smell. I bought it when it was 8 yrs old and left it out of its case for months with absolutely no abatement. Many people will not notice the smell or care or think they are affected by it. I am chemically sensitive so I notice and care and get violent brain splitting headaches from toxic chemicals, which was the case from the Wechter and this guitar also. It's a very sad commentary on modern life that people casually accept poisons all around them but then this is the world the profiteers want for us. I am one of the lucky(?) ones who notice the effect of these chemicals. Many people don't until they come down with cancers or other catastrophic conditions. The celebrated Tric case also had a different but disgusting chemical smell inside that I didn't bother to investigate. Now I have to hassle returning this guitar at my own expense and then go in search of something that isn't made with poison inside. And BTW Seagull customer service is abysmal. They don't even give out a phone # or address. All you can do is email them and get terse evasive replies. But they were "very sorry" for my experience. Yeah I'll bet they cried themselves to sleep.

    3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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