Seagull Guitars Introduces the Coastline Momentum

A dreadnought loaded with Fishman electronics, a Tusq nut, and Graphtech saddles.

Montreal, QC (December 21, 2016) -- Seagull guitars have earned a reputation for uncompromising quality since the creation of the multi-award winning S6 in 1982. That momentum carries forward into 2017 with the aptly named Coastline Momentum. This hand-crafted guitar features an exceptionally thin high gloss custom polished finish that accentuates the pure natural beauty of the Wild Cherry back and sides all the while allowing the solid Cedar top to vibrate freely.

This luxurious yet affordable instrument features a smooth satin hand-finished silver leaf maple neck, Adirondack spruce bracing, Seagull’s new high-ratio tuners, Fishman Sonitone electronics, Tusq nut, and saddle and Rosewood fingerboard and bridge.


  • Dreadnought Body Size
  • Wild Cherry Back and Sides
  • Solid Cedar Top
  • High Gloss Body Finish
  • 25.5” Scale Length
  • 1.8” Nut Width
  • 16” Fretboard Radius
  • Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge
  • Graphtech Tusq Nut & Saddle
  • Double-Function Truss Rod
  • Seagull High Ratio Tuners
  • Fishman Sonitone Electronics

The Seagull Coastline Momentum has a street price of $499 and is available at select retailers or on the Seagull Guitars website.

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