Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)
Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)
Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)
Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)
Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)
Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)
Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)

Seagull Merlin, Spruce M4 *Package Deal* (F&F PRESALE)

Regular price
$189.00
Sale price
$189.00
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(This listing is for an item which is "Presale" and may take longer to ship.)

NOTE: This is the package deal, not the individual instrument!

 

The Merlin M4 Series stick dulcimers are great instruments for beginners and accomplished travelers alike!  And this package deal will get you started and keep you going. It includes:

  • Seagull Merlin M4 (spruce top)
  • Seagull strap (ties at headstock)
  • Seagull nylon black gig carry bag (highly durable!)
  • Spare set of Merlin strings
  • Merlin starter instruction booklet

The Merlin's wider neck and shorter body length makes it a great learning tool for younger hands, while their sturdy construction make them perfect for the traveling musician in you. And that's why we included the case!

It ships tuned to D (DADD), but could easily be tuned up or down by a whole step, if needed. 

The Merlin line typically projects more natural sound volume than many stick dulcimers, due to its larger body construction (sound hole / sound cavity), and 4th string. And where the traditional pickin' stick style often sounds more like a banjo or mandolin, the Merlin is more similar to a guitar.

All Merlins are crafted with Canadian maple neck-thru-body construction, and they come in both spruce and mahogany tops.  Seagull also offers an "EQ" model in both top styles, which includes an electric pickup to plug into an amplifier or computer recording device, as well as a built-in tuner (which is so nice!)... for those times when you want to rock out in a different sort of way, while still making sure you're in tune.

Spruce vs Mahogany Top Merlin - How Do They Sound?