The combination of mahogany and cedar makes for a very warm sounding guitar, well suited to softer musical styles. The Folk model provides an excellent mid-range response as well due to its smaller &a... Click To Read More About This Product
The combination of mahogany and cedar makes for a very warm sounding guitar, well suited to softer musical styles. The Folk model provides an excellent mid-range response as well due to its smaller & more narrow body size which is ideal for fingerstyle players.
This guitar features a custom polished finish that produces a luster that falls between semi-gloss and high-gloss. The finish is not only gorgeous to look at but is exceptionally responsive. Includes QII electronics with built-in tuner.
Godin Quantum II Electronics
The Godin EPM Quantum II acoustic guitar system provides outstanding sound reproduction and performance. The Quantum II is a hybrid system combining an exceptionally responsive saddle transducer and high-quality electret microphone in a simple, but very effective, configuration. The microphone capsule, specifically designed for use in this application, is mounted at the end of a 6" flexible boom integral to the side mount electronics. Four rotary controls adjust microphone presence/phase, overall volume, and saddle transducer bass & treble.
Microphone signal can be added and blended either in phase or out of phase with the saddle transducer signal. This allows the user to cancel (or notch) potentially undesirable frequencies while accentuating others. This flexibility in combining signals results in outstanding clarity and richness of tone.
The Godin QII also includes a built-in high-quality digital chromatic tuner with LED display.
Includes Deluxe TRIC case.
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Comments about Seagull Artist Mosaic CW QII Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
This is one of the lightest guitars I have ever played. It also is very small. If you have small hands or play a lot of electric you will like the size of this guitar. You might think because of its size and weight that it is a soft guitar and while of course it can be it can also sound like a cannon. Honestly, I compared this guitar to many of the best names and guitars out there and liked this one better. Call me crazy. The guitar I settled on was the Seagull Artist studio. It just had a little deeper voice which subjectively I liked a little better. It was not an easy choice. You'd have to be tone deaf or crazy not to love this guitar.