"Godin's Wild Cherry laminate is an excellent tonewood in its own right, in my opinion. My S6 and my S6+ Folk, with the cherry back and sides, are both lovely instruments, and the all-lam AMI sounds way better to my ears than my Crafter…"
"Just found this while thinking about Seagull's custom Koa build.
I've always considered 3 ply tone wood laminate to be intrinsically superior to a tone wood veneers on god knows what 'filler'.
Ive also not seen the point of all…"
"Sad to lose you for now, but yesterday, while picking up a used Eastman case I found on Kijiji for the Sigma classical, the chap who sold it to me had a Seagull S6 Mahogany perched in the corner - tried a few chords, very nice - just keep it tucked…"
"DD - I'm still the master of my Seagull domain!!!
I know you really wanted the Maritime (and the neck repair) to work out but in the end if you can't bond with the guitar as a player it's just a dust collector.…"
It's really official now. I no longer own a Godin product, having just sold my A&L Ami on eBay to pay for a digital piano. And I don't see me coming back any time soon, not because I don't like Seagull or Godin, but because I just won't be in a position to guitar swap for a while. I have a Recording King dread that I've upgraded (locking Schaller strap pins, ebony bridge pins and a Greven pickguard), an Ibanez electric that I love, and a Squier bass that I'm learning, and now a Casio…See More
"I think the dealer bears most or all of the cost for a Taylor Road Show. In other words, it's not a service that Taylor provides for its dealers free of charge. I heard the guys talking (the Road Show players and the store owner) before the…"
"Fair enough Dave. I agree the money to ship your guitar was lots and I don't disagree with your ultimate decisions.. I like and enjoy your comments on the forums where I see you but you raise the neck angle issue and Seagull guitars a lot. I…"
"On second thought, mailing my only guitar, which also had a lifting bridge, back to New York, who would then mail it to Quebec, at a cost of $100, then waiting a few months for them to fix it (or not), was not very appealing at the time.
I'm thinking that place may have changed names along the way sometime. Either that or my memory is even worse than I thought it was. (Which is entirely possible.) JM's doesn't ring a bell like I think it should. I remember Calhoun's on the square. I also recall a little restaurant called Spanky's that had really good sandwiches. I'll have to get ahold of some old friends and find out if my memory really is that fried. ;-) Maybe they can also tell me who it is that I saw at TRAX. LOL!