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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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Location: Raleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill area of North Carolina
Members: 421
Latest Activity: 1 hour ago

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Discussion Forum

Walnut Excursion Mini Jumbo $220.18 right now. 33 Replies

Heads up deal alert: Seagull Excursion Walnut Mini Jumbo Guitar $220.18 at …Continue

Started by NCgull. Last reply by Ron Khoo 1 hour ago.

Help!! What are some good "Almost Rhymes ?? 15 Replies

As an aspiring songwriter, I frequently find myself going through my trusty rhyming dictionary, picking out words that are perfect or near perfect matches ... somewhat boring, cliched stuff like…Continue

Started by Jud Hair. Last reply by FloridaGull 17 hours ago.

Changing Bridge Pins 38 Replies

I'm sure this topic has been covered before, but...I've just changed out the standard plastic/tusq bridge pins in my Studio for ebony pins, interested to see whether that made a significant…Continue

Started by Stephen Leigh. Last reply by Elton Bloye on Thursday.

1.8" nut width not necessarily the "Seagull way" anymore? 12 Replies

Dunno why I decided to check this, but here's a bit of Seagull trivia for ya.I counted the nut widths of all the Seagull line guitars and it seems it's an exact 50/50 split of 1.8" nut widths and…Continue

Tags: Godin, acoustic, guitar, guitars, neck

Started by Tony K.. Last reply by Tony K. Aug 25.

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Comment by Ron Khoo 1 hour ago


Yes, that was the listing on Amazon.  But the bag sent did not look like the picture.  There were no brown stripes and no netting.  I own 2 gig bags from Seagull -- one dread and one folk -- and the quality as Jud mentions is excellent.  The bag I received yesterday was very cheap.  

I just sent off an email to

I should have taken photos but I have sealed the package for return to Amazon and do not want to unseal it.  

Yup Judd, the bags cost about 50 but were worth the money.  The bag I received is not worth $30.  It is that bad.  I would not store any guitar costing $100 or more in that bag.

Comment by Jud Hair 2 hours ago

Ron ... I've bought two Seagull embroidered gig bags over the past 4 years ... one in light green/taupe, and one in black.  Both have been excellent quality. Heavy duty material with stiff, thick padding all around.  Mine each cost $50 or so.  Wondering if either the cheaper on could be a "knock-off" or if Godin has begun making a less expensive, lower quality bag?

Comment by michael schwartz 2 hours ago

Derick has my kinda taste!!

Comment by Derick Chatfield 3 hours ago

Hi Jud

I think the 1990s is far better than the 1890s, but that's just my opinion.

Comment by Robert Williamson 4 hours ago

was it this one?

Why not report it to Michel at ? im sure he'll forward your concerns to the proper people. Include a picture or two of the poor quality bag.

Comment by Dave Fengler 5 hours ago

I guess it doesn't take much to bag a Gull these days!

Comment by Ron Khoo 12 hours ago

Poor quality Seagull Gig Bag?  

I ordered a Seagull Gig Bag from Amazon for $30 thinking that the quality is like my other Seagull Gig Bags.  The image on the Amazon site looks like my Seagull Gig Bag but in black.  I just got it today and was disappointed.  The quality was very bad and did not look like the photo.  The padding is almost non-existence and the bag was lighter than a fly.

Needless to say I am returning the bag to Amazon.

What gives?  Why would Seagull ruin its name with such poor quality products?

Comment by Robert Williamson 20 hours ago

Life's a Beach!

Comment by FloridaGull 21 hours ago

Last one...this is not quite as unfortunate, IMHO, depending upon your point of view... ;-)

Comment by FloridaGull 21 hours ago

Sad, but true... ;-)


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