Seagull Guitars Unveils the S6 Classic Black

The guitar features a rosewood fretboard and a Fishman Sonitone preamp system.

Montreal, QC (January 8, 2020) -- Seagull Guitars is pleased to announce the launch of the S6 Classic Black A/E acoustic guitar as part of its highly-praised S6 Series lineup. You can expect great playability and sound from the S6 Classic Black A/E, much like the rest of the S6 Series line, but with a look that will stop you in your tracks!

The S6 Classic Black A/E will surely reel you in with its intense black Semi-Gloss top and Blackwashed back and sides. Strum it for a sound that will resonate with you to the core, thanks to its vibrant Solid Cedar top and Wild Cherry body.

Plug it in to experience another level of outstanding tone via the onboard Fishman Sonitone preamp system, as it amplifies the already naturally crisp and dynamic sound of this new S6 model. The S6 Classic Black A/E is an acoustic that gives more for those who want more!

Other features include a Silver Leaf Maple neck, Rosewood fretboard, 25.5’’ scale, 1.72’’ nut width, and optional Gig bag or Deluxe Tric case.

Seagull’s long-standing reputation of quality and vision is put on display with this new model—built entirely in Canada.

Seagull S6 Classic Black A/E ($499.00 USD MAP price)

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