Picked up a nice Coastline S6 Cedar Folk SF. She looks good next to her big sister. Pics to follow. Does the SF mean satin finish? Which it does have a beautiful satin finish. Or second finish? Any way looks good sounds great! Troy
There was a British New Wave band in the early 80's called "A Flock of Seagulls". On again off again and still active as of the early 00's under various lineups.
That's how I associate the term musically, anyway.
Let's get this terminology thing settled. I live in Newfoundland, which has about a zillion seagulls around our 19,000 kms, of coastline. Here, a whack of them together is a flock - so that settles it.
Strangely enough, tho, when they flock, they sure don't sing well together - screeches and bawls, caws and catcalls- they aren't nearly as sweet-voiced as their musical namesakes...
So a flock of seagulls is known as a "whack?"
No, a whack of seagulls is known as a flock. In this neck of the ocean, a 'whack' of anything is just a lot of whatever - as in, "There's a whack of moose in that area" or "There's whacks of blueberries the year".
Don't feel confused - you can actually get graduate degrees that specialize in Newfoundland idiom and dialect, lol......and the music - well, that's another whole story...there's a whack of great stuff being written and recorded here, not to mention the traditional side of things... :->))
I am sure it's a Flock of Sea Gulls. Found this