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"Seagull" Spoken Here ... (also fluent in "Godin" Gab)


"Seagull" Spoken Here ... (also fluent in "Godin" Gab)

By far the most active brand-dedicated group in the AGM online community!!  For those who own, play and love their Seagull Guitars ... (or any other Godin acoustic) wonderful, top-quality instruments made in Canada, Seagulls (as well as Godin, Simon & Patrick, Norman, Art & Lutherie, La Patrie, and Richmond) are ideal choices for anyone who wants a first-rate guitar for a reasonable investment.



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 VIDEO SECTION: The really good stuff!!

Check out the newest VIDEO on Seagull! Click here:  New Seagull Video

Learn how Seagulls are made from start to finish!  Fascinating and educational!  Click here: Seagull Factory Tour

Robert Godin explains why your Seagull acoustic actually gets better the more you play it!  Science explained in layman's terms!  Click here for The Robert' Report'


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Location: Raleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill area of North Carolina
Members: 394
Latest Activity: 12 hours ago

Three Gulls Roasting by an open fire ....

Discussion Forum

Bit of inspiration! 5 Replies

Think playing guitar hard? Try playing lead with no right hand! British Liverpool band "XANDER & THE PEACE PIRATES"ThePeacePirates youtube channel…Continue

Started by Peter Pauer. Last reply by Tony K. 12 hours ago.

Strings and Things... 16 Replies

Hi folks. Age old question about strings.... If anyone can guide me to a set of strings that will bring my Seagull M series MJM6 to life, it would really be appreciated... Had a close look at the…Continue

Started by Fred Parczewski. Last reply by Tim Robinette yesterday.

New Song 13 Replies

Hands Together.mp3Many…Continue

Started by Alan Edmunds. Last reply by Alan Edmunds yesterday.

String comparison video

Justin Sandercoe just did a comparison between 3 different D'Addario string sets on the same guitar.Recommend watching/listing in the 720p hi-def mode, if possible through a real sound system!That…Continue

Started by Peter Pauer on Friday.

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Comment by Robert Williamson 20 hours ago

late 90's

Comment by Robert Williamson 23 hours ago

I actually gave up on electric guitar and cover bands because of the idiotic number of pedals need to emulate the sounds of various tunes. Too many sound options just confuses.

I started playing guitar with folk music in the 60's..stopped playing guitar in the 80's over the insanity of guitar pedals ( I even copied some circuit boards and  went on to design my own) but when I restarted in the 90's it was with folk music again. These pedals, loopers and vocal enhancement pedals are a different sort of beast. They just make 'live', post-processing functions that Ive used in DAW software.

Comment by Jud Hair yesterday

No problem from me ... :-)

Being a decidedly non-geeky guitarist, I'm amazed at folks who can string all that stuff together and make it produce what they want.

I gave up on my "simple" looper pedal and sold it ... 

Comment by Robert Williamson yesterday

i think it's TC that has a similar brick with multiple connectors for their own pedals. I actually only have 3 pedals and a  phantom P.S. with bricks, so one power bar on the back of the plywood board is sufficient (for now :)
The two TC-Helicons are vocal pedals.

this is not final layout..for obvious reasons :)

Sorry for the off-topic Jud.

Comment by Peter Pauer yesterday

Room coming together nicely!

About all the power bricks get yourself a Visual sound 1spot.

I have it powering 7 - 9volt pedals, used to have 9 pedals until I split my effects into two separate PedalTrain pedal boards.

Only 2 pedals it does not handle are my TC-electronics nova delay and EHX Electric Mistress which are 12v and 24v  pedals.

Comment by Robert Williamson yesterday

Decided to move guitars to make room for micophone stands..

..then i realized something was drastically wrong...

...the Seagulls weren't in the center!

Comment by Alan Edmunds on Thursday

Sounds like it is all coming together....good on you, Robert!

Have scads of fun.

Comment by Robert Williamson on Thursday

...that's the studio or Guitar Closet as my wife describes it,,,, :) It's 6x9. There is enough room from two people to jam....on stools...

not in view: 3 computer screens, 2 Condenser mics and stands, 2 amplifiers, humidifier. I didn't hang my Tele cause previous owner shaved headstock so much, it cannot be hung..but I have room for 2 more.

to add: Desktop Hepa Air Cleaner (Honeywell, should arrive today)

Note the Hygroset in shadow between the two Seagulls,Current humidity, %50 :)

some background:

I installed two separate GFI protected circuits. One runs 27" HP Envy, 2 other Monitors, 2 NAS and broadband devices: modem, router and 2 switches. It also runs 2 computers in computer room. All the computers are on UPSs.

The other runs the Ibanez Troubadour, Fender Mustang II, pedals via a Belkin wireless controlled PowerBar (One Switch to Rule Them All) and also the humidifier (and air cleaner when it arrives).

I still working on recording/effects mobile stand. It has to hold the Yamaha USB interface, a Roland Rc30 Looper, 2 TC-Helicon vocal pedals, and a couple Behringer HumBusters. and a power bar for all the damn bricks..

I've been upping pictures of the build to Google Drive. When I'm done I could post a link if there is interest.

Comment by Alan Edmunds on Thursday

Looks good...nice that setup part of your pending studio or is it separate?

Comment by Elton Bloye on Thursday

Very nice. Very nice indeed!


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