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Taylor 816Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Tobacco Sunburst


Taylor 816Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Tobacco Sunburst


$4049


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the 800 Series 816ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. The 816ce Grand Symphony comes with Taylor's Expression System 2 electronics and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.<br><br><strong>Body Shape</strong><br>Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider “waist” area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.<br><br><strong>Tonewood Pairing</strong><br>A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides complement the Sitka top with sound that's made it one of the most popular tone woods ever. Rosewood produces the strongest bass response among the tone woods commonly used for guitars, with a slightly scooped midrange. Rosewood's sweeping frequency range – deep lows that assert a throaty growl with sparkling highs – rings out with bell-like<ul><li>Custom-calibrated wood thicknesses and bracing for each body shape</li><li>3.5-mil finish thickness</li><li>Protein glue (bracing and bridge)</li><li>Rosewood pickguard</li><li>Rosewood top trim</li><li>Single ring abalone rosette edged with rosewood</li><li>Pearl "Element" fingerboard inlay</li><li>Maple binding (non-figured)</li></ul>

Taylor 816Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 816Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$3799


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the 800 Series 816ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. The 816ce Grand Symphony comes with Taylor's Expression System 2 electronics and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.<br><br><strong>Body Shape</strong><br>Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider “waist” area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.<br><br><strong>Tonewood Pairing</strong><br>A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides complement the Sitka top with sound that's made it one of the most popular tone woods ever. Rosewood produces the strongest bass response among the tone woods commonly used for guitars, with a slightly scooped midrange. Rosewood's sweeping frequency range – deep lows that assert a throaty growl with sparkling highs – rings out with bell-like<ul><li>Custom-calibrated wood thicknesses and bracing for each body shape</li><li>3.5-mil finish thickness</li><li>Protein glue (bracing and bridge)</li><li>Rosewood pickguard</li><li>Rosewood top trim</li><li>Single ring abalone rosette edged with rosewood</li><li>Pearl "Element" fingerboard inlay</li><li>Maple binding (non-figured)</li></ul>

Taylor 800 Deluxe Series 816ce DLX Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2017


Taylor 800 Deluxe Series 816ce DLX Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2017


$4299


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the rosewoodspruce 800 Series. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. The 800 Deluxe Series, which includes the 816ce DLX Grand Symphony, features all the voicing enhancements and aesthetic refinements of Taylors standard rosewoodspruce 800 Series, with three upgraded features a newly designed radius-style armrest in maple with rosewood top edge trim, Adirondack spruce bracing, and chrome Gotoh tuners. The radius armrest literally takes the edge off the playing experience, easing the physical stress on your strumming or picking arm. Adirondack spruce bracing supercharges the tonal response to create a more dynamic voice. Gotoh 510 tuners supply a higher 211 gear ratio to give you finely calibrated tuning control. The 800 Deluxe Series 816ce DLX Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric comes with Taylors Expression System 2 electronics and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger soundboard top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitars top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrati Adirondack bracingGotoh 510 tunersRadius armrestCustom-calibrated wood thicknesses and bracing for each body shape3.5 mil finish thicknessPprotein glue bracing and bridgeRosewood pickguardRosewood top trimSingle ring abalone rosette edged with rosewoodPearl quotElementquot fingerboard inlayMaple binding non-figured

Taylor 800 Deluxe Series 816ce DLX Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natur


Taylor 800 Deluxe Series 816ce DLX Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natur


$2751.36


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the rosewoodspruce 800 Series. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. The 800 Deluxe Series, which includes the 816ce DLX Grand Symphony, features all the voicing enhancements and aesthetic refinements of Taylors standard rosewoodspruce 800 Series, with three upgraded features a newly designed radius-style armrest in maple with rosewood top edge trim, Adirondack spruce bracing, and chrome Gotoh tuners. The radius armrest literally takes the edge off the playing experience, easing the physical stress on your strumming or picking arm. Adirondack spruce bracing supercharges the tonal response to create a more dynamic voice. Gotoh 510 tuners supply a higher 211 gear ratio to give you finely calibrated tuning control. The 800 Deluxe Series 816ce DLX Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric comes with Taylors Expression System 2 electronics and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger soundboard top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitars top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides complement the Sitka top with sound thats made it one of the most popular tone woods ever. Rosewood produces the strongest bass response among the tonewoods commonly used for guitars, with a slightly scooped midrange. Rosewoods sweeping frequency range – deep lows that assert a throaty growl with sparkling highs – rings out with bell-like, high-fidelity clarity. It yields a full-range acoustic voice with complex overtones and extended sustain.ElectronicsTaylors ES2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylors ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is Taylors patented

Taylor 800 Series 816ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2017 Natural


Taylor 800 Series 816ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2017 Natural


$3799


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the 800 Series 816ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. The 816ce Grand Symphony comes with Taylors Expression System 2 electronics and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger sound board top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitars top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides complement the Sitka top with sound thats made it one of the most popular tone woods ever. Rosewood produces the strongest bass response among the tone woods commonly used for guitars, with a slightly scooped midrange. Rosewoods sweeping frequency range – deep lows that assert a throaty growl with sparkling highs – rings out with bell-likeCustom-calibrated wood thicknesses and bracing for each body shape3.5-mil finish thicknessProtein glue bracing and bridgeRosewood pickguardRosewood top trimSingle ring abalone rosette edged with rosewoodPearl quotElementquot fingerboard inlayMaple binding non-figured

Taylor 400 Series 416ce-R Rosewood Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natur


Taylor 400 Series 416ce-R Rosewood Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natur


$2499


The sonic power and depth of Taylors Grand Symphony body shape, especially in the lower mids, add girth and sustain to the overall voice. The cutaway ovangkolspruce 416ce makes for a bold strumming guitar, yielding meaty midrange and strong treble notes, as well as a great choice for flat picking with clear articulation. Its responsiveness to a light touch gives all players a dynamic range to explore. Clean, modern appointments include crisp white binding, Italian acrylic dot fretboard inlays, and a three-ring rosette, with Taylors onboard Expression System 2 acoustic electronics responding with a clear, natural amplified sound for performing or recording.Includes hardshell case.Sitka SpruceThe most commonly used wood for guitar tops, Sitka generates a broad dynamic range and accommodates numerous playing styles, from aggressive strumming to fingerpicking.Indian RosewoodIndian rosewood is one of the most popular and musically expressive tonewoods in the world. Among Taylors solid-wood guitars, rosewood is normally reserved for the 700, 800 and 900 Series, but the 400 Rosewoods now bring rosewood – with lustrous gloss finishes – into a more accessible price range. Taylors Grand Auditorium shape and rosewoods balanced, broad sonic range and complexity – and of course Taylors renown playability – result in a guitar that will be a joy to play in a variety of scenarios for a lifetime. All 400 Series instruments ship in a deluxe hard shell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection. Tonewood Pairing A guitars top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just theBodyBody typeGrand SymphonyCutawaySingle cutawayTop woodSitka SpruceBack amp sidesRosewoodnbspBracing patternForward shifted pattern with relief routBody finishGlossOrientationRight handedNeckNeck shapeInfo not availableNut width1.75quot 44.45mmFingerboardEbonyNeck woodTropicalMahoganyScale length25.5quotNumber of frets20Neck finishSatinElectronicsPickuppreampYesBrandTaylorConfigurationUndersaddle piezoPreamp EQNoFeedback filterNoTunerNoOtherHeadstock overlayIndian RosewoodTuning machinesNickelBridgeEbonySaddle amp nutMicartaTusqNumber of strings6-stringSpecial featuresTonewoodsCaseHardshell caseAccessoriesNoneCountry of originUnited States

Taylor 400 Series 416Ce-R Rosewood Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 400 Series 416Ce-R Rosewood Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$2499


The sonic power and depth of Taylors Grand Symphony body shape, especially in the lower mids, add girth and sustain to the overall voice. The cutaway ovangkol/spruce 416ce makes for a bold strumming guitar, yielding meaty midrange and strong treble notes, as well as a great choice for flat picking with clear articulation. Its responsiveness to a light touch gives all players a dynamic range to explore. Clean, modern appointments include crisp white binding, Italian acrylic dot fretboard inlays, and a three-ring rosette, with Taylors onboard Expression System 2 acoustic electronics responding with a clear, natural amplified sound for performing or recording.<div><br /></div><div>Includes hardshell case.<br><br><strong>Sitka Spruce</strong><br>The most commonly used wood for guitar tops, Sitka generates a broad dynamic range and accommodates numerous playing styles, from aggressive strumming to fingerpicking.<br><br>Indian Rosewood<br><strong></strong><p style=”margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; “></p>Indian rosewood is one of the most popular and musically expressive tonewoods in the world. Among Taylors solid-wood guitars, rosewood is normally reserved for the 700, 800 and 900 Series, but the 400 Rosewoods now bring rosewood – with lustrous gloss finishes – into a more accessible price range. Taylor's Grand Auditorium shape and rosewood's balanced, broad sonic range and complexity – and of course Taylor's renown playability – result in a guitar that will be a joy to play in a variety of scenarios for a lifetime. All 400 Series instruments ship in a deluxe hard shell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection. <br> <br><strong>Tonewood Pairing </strong><br>A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the<strong>Body</strong><ul><li>Body type:Grand Symphony</li><li>Cutaway:Single cutaway</li><li>Top wood:Sitka Spruce</li><li>Back & sides:Rosewood </li><li>Bracing pattern:Forward shifted pattern with relief rout</li><li>Body finish:Gloss</li><li>Orientation:Right handed</li></ul><strong>Neck</strong><ul><li>Neck shape:Info not available</li><li>Nut width:1.75" (44.45mm)</li><li>Fingerboard:Ebony</li><li>Neck wood:TropicalMahogany</li><li>Scale length:25.5"</li><li>Number of frets:20</li><li>Neck

Taylor 400 Series 456Ce Grand Symphony 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 400 Series 456Ce Grand Symphony 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$2499


Indian rosewood is one of the most popular and expressive tone woods in the world. Among Taylors solid-wood guitars, rosewood is normally reserved for the 700, 800 and 900 Series, but the 400 Rosewoods bring rosewood into a more accessible price range. Taylor's Grand Symphony shape and rosewood's balanced, broad sonic range and complexity – and of course Taylor's renown playability – result in a guitar that will be a joy to play in a variety of scenarios for a lifetime. All 400 Series instruments ship in a deluxe hard shell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection.<br><br>Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightly wider waist area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. <br><br>A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions, which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides complement the Sitka top with sound that's made it one of the most popular tone woods ever. Rosewood produces the strongest bass response among the tone woods commonly used for guitars, with a slightly scooped midrange. <br><br><strong>Electronics</strong><br>Taylor's ES2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylors ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is Taylors patented behind-the-saddle pickup, which features three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated pickup sensors. Because the pickup doesn't sit under the saddle, the bottom of the saddle comes in full contact with the bridge, allowing all the nuance of the guitar's tone to come through clearly whether playing acousticly or<strong>Body</strong><ul><li>Body type:Grand Symphony</li><li>Cutaway:Single cutaway</li><li>Top wood:Solid Sitka Spruce</li><li>Back & sides:Ovangkol</li><li>Bracing pattern:12-string with relief rout</li><li>Body finish:Gloss</li><li>Orientation:Right handed</li></ul><strong>Neck</strong><ul><li>Neck shape:Standard Taylor Profile</li><li>Nut width:1.875 in. (47.62 mm)</li><li>Fingerboard:Ebony</li><li>Neck wood:TropicalMahogany</li><li>Scale length:25.5 in.</li><li>Number of frets:20</li><li>Neck

Taylor 400 Series 416Ce Grand Symphony Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2016 Natural


Taylor 400 Series 416Ce Grand Symphony Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2016 Natural


$2199


Though they've been a staple of the Taylor line for years, Taylor's ovangkol 400 Series guitars continue to be discovered and embraced by players, thanks in part to a compelling full-range tone profile that's comparable to rosewood. Ovangkol's natural tonal breadth and dynamic range fit many different playing applications and body styles. An all-gloss body adds a burnished complexion that ties ovangkol's toasted golden color tones together with the buttery Sitka Spruce top. All 400 Series instruments ship in a deluxe hard shell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection. <br /><br><strong>Body Shape </strong><br>Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider “waist” area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.<br><br><strong>Tone Wood Pairing </strong><br>A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid ovangkol back and sides complement the top with a sound that's comparable to rosewood. Ovangkol is an African relative of rosewood that shares a wide tonal spectrum from lows to highs, but with a slightly fuller midrange and a bright treble that resembles koa.  <br><br><strong>Electronics</strong> <br>Taylor's ES2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylors ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is Taylors patented behind-the-saddle pickup, which features three uniquel<strong>Body</strong><ul><li>Body type: Taylor Grand Symphony</li><li> Cutaway: Yes – Venetian</li><li> Top wood: Solid Sitka Spruce</li><li> Back & sides: Solid Ovangkol</li><li> Bracing pattern: Taylor Performance Bracing (Standard III with Relief Rout)</li><li> Body finish: Gloss 6.0</li><li> Orientation: Right-Handed</li></ul><strong>Neck</strong><ul><li>Neck shape: Standard Taylor Profile</li><li> Nut width: 1-3/4" (44.5mm)</li><li> Fingerboard: Genuine African Ebony</li><li> Neck wood: Tropical Mahogany</li><li> Scale length: 25-1/2"</li><li> Number of frets: 20</li><li> Neck finish:

Taylor 400 Series 416ce Grand Symphony Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2016 Nat


Taylor 400 Series 416ce Grand Symphony Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar 2016 Nat


$2199


Though theyve been a staple of the Taylor line for years, Taylors ovangkol 400 Series guitars continue to be discovered and embraced by players, thanks in part to a compelling full-range tone profile thats comparable to rosewood. Ovangkols natural tonal breadth and dynamic range fit many different playing applications and body styles. An all-gloss body adds a burnished complexion that ties ovangkols toasted golden color tones together with the buttery Sitka Spruce top. All 400 Series instruments ship in a deluxe hard shell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection.nbspBody Shape Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger sound board top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tone Wood Pairing A guitars top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid ovangkol back and sides complement the top with a sound thats comparable to rosewood. Ovangkol is an African relative of rosewood that shares a wide tonal spectrum from lows to highs, but with a slightly fuller midrange and a bright treble that resembles koa. nbspElectronics Taylors ES2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylors ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is Taylors patented behind-the-saddle pickup, which features three uniquelBodyBody type Taylor Grand Symphony Cutaway Yes – Venetian Top wood Solid Sitka Spruce Back amp sides Solid Ovangkol Bracing pattern Taylor Performance Bracing Standard III with Relief Rout Body finish Gloss 6.0 Orientation Right-HandedNeckNeck shape Standard Taylor Profile Nut width 1-34quot 44.5mm Fingerboard Genuine African Ebony Neck wood Tropical Mahogany Scale length 25-12quot Number of frets 20 Neck finish SatinElectronicsPickuppreamp Expression System 2 quotprofessional audioquot-grade Brand Taylor Configuration Behind-the-Saddle Transducer with Adjustable Sensors Preamp EQ Volume, Bass, Treble Feedback filter Onboard Phase Switch Tuner NoneOtherHeadstock overlay I

Taylor 300 Series 366ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 300 Series 366ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$1999


A rich-grained tropical mahogany top paired with blackwood back and sides give the cutaway Grand Auditorium 366ce body plenty of tonal and visual appeal. This 12-string has a dynamic, all-around sound with deeper bass and thicker trebles with extra vole and low-end sustain, all of which sits well in a mix with other instruments. Solid appointments include black plastic binding along the body, fretboard and heel cap, plastic BWBWWB purling, 3-ring rosette, Italian acrylic inlays and a tusq nut with micarta saddle. The guitar incorporates a Venetian cutaway and comes equipped with Expression System 2 electronics for a dynamic amplified acoustic sound.Grand SymphonyThe Grand Symphony shape joined the line in 2006 and delivers a rich, powerful acoustic voice. Think of it as a Grand Auditorium with a turbo boost, thanks to expanded physical dimensions, including a slightly wider waist and a bigger lower bout. Strummers and pickers with a driving attack will love the fullness, volume and sustain. Yet for such a robust voice, the GS is also clear and responsive to fast picking runs or a light fingerstyle touch, so if youre a dynamic player, this shape is a true contender. And the big voice doesnt come at the expense of balance. The piano-like bass, meaty midrange, and thick, shimmering highs blend seamlessly. nbspIf you like a lush, potent guitar tone that has the horsepower to compete with other acoustic cannons out there, the GS shape is a worthy choice.Tropical MahoganyHarder, denser woods like mahogany and koa that are used on the back and sides of a guitar are sometimes used as tops. Their stiffness initially translates into a bright tone and tends to need more play-in time to open up, but the more a mahogany-top guitar is played, the more it develops overtones that contribute to a fuller, richer sound. A mahogany-top guitar might appeal to rootsy players who like a little extra punchinesBodyBody typeGrand SymphonyCutawaySingleTop woodTropicalMahoganyBack amp sidesBlackwoodBracing patternStandard III with relief routBody finishSatinOrientationRight handedNeckNeck shapeInfo not availableNut width1.69 in. 43 mmFingerboardEbonyNeck woodTropical MahoganyScale length25.5 in.Number of frets20Neck finishSatinElectronicsPickuppreampYesBrandTaylorConfigurationBehind-the-saddle piezoPreamp EQ1-bandFeedback filterNoTunerNoOtherHeadstock overlayIndian RosewoodTuning machinesTaylor NickelBridgeEbonySaddle amp nutMicartaTusqNumber of strings12-stringSpecial featuresTonewoodsCaseHardshell CaseAccessoriesNoneCountry of originUnited States

Taylor 500 Series 516ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 500 Series 516ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$3099


Taylors revitalized 500 Series mahogany guitars, like this 516ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, are brimming with appealing refinements, starting with new bracing that boosts the volume, low-end richness and projection, while also making the guitars more responsive. A new top wood, Lutz spruce, joins the mix on Dreadnought and Grand Symphony models, producing a powerful sound reminiscent of Adirondack spruce. The 500 Series 516ce ships in a deluxe hardshell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection.nbspBody Shape Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger sound board top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tone Wood Pairing A guitars top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Lutz Spruce is a naturally occuring hybrid of Sitka and White spruce. Sitka is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era because it blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Lutz spruce takes these attributes and blends them with those of White and Englemann spruce, with an end result resembling old Adirondack spruce. When combined with Taylors bracing architecture, guitars are more powerful, richer and louder than before. nbspTropical mahogany is known for a meaty midrange featuring a strong fundamental without adding a lot of ringing overtones. It responds well to players with a strong attack who like dry, earthy, lo-fi sounds. It has a natural compression that smooths out strumming and picking technique. MahoganyBodyBody type Taylor Grand Symphony Cutaway Yes – Venetian Top wood Solid Lutz spruce Back amp sides Solid tropical mahogany Bracing pattern Taylor Performance Bracing Standard III with Relief Rout Body finish Gloss 6.0 Orientation Right-HandedNeckNeck shape Standard Taylor profile Nut width 1-34 in. 44.5 mm Fingerboard Genuine African ebony Neck wood Tropical mahogany Scale length 25-12 in. Number of frets 20 Neck finish SatinElectronicsPickuppreamp YEs Brand Taylor Configuration Behind-the-saddle transducer with adjustable sensors Preamp EQ Volume, Bass, Treble Feedback filter Onboard phase switch Tuner NoneOtherHeadstock overlay Genuine African ebony Tuning machines

Taylor 500 Series 516Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 500 Series 516Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$3099


Taylor’s revitalized 500 Series mahogany guitars, like this 516ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, are brimming with appealing refinements, starting with new bracing that boosts the volume, low-end richness and projection, while also making the guitars more responsive. A new top wood, Lutz spruce, joins the mix on Dreadnought and Grand Symphony models, producing a powerful sound reminiscent of Adirondack spruce. The 500 Series 516ce ships in a deluxe hardshell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection. Body Shape Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider “waist” area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tone Wood Pairing A guitar’s top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Lutz Spruce is a naturally occuring hybrid of Sitka and White spruce. Sitka is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era because it blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Lutz spruce takes these attributes and blends them with those of White and Englemann spruce, with an end result resembling old Adirondack spruce. When combined with Taylor’s bracing architecture, guitars are more powerful, richer and louder than before.  Tropical mahogany is known for a meaty midrange featuring a strong fundamental without adding a lot of ringing overtones. It responds well to players with a strong attack who like dry, earthy, lo-fi sounds. It has a natural compression that smooths out strumming and picking technique. MahoganyBodyBody type: Taylor Grand Symphony Cutaway: Yes – Venetian Top wood: Solid Lutz spruce Back & sides: Solid tropical mahogany Bracing pattern: Taylor Performance Bracing (Standard III with Relief Rout) Body finish: Gloss 6.0 Orientation: Right-HandedNeckNeck shape: Standard Taylor profile Nut width: 1-3/4 in. (44.5 mm) Fingerboard: Genuine African ebony Neck wood: Tropical mahogany Scale length: 25-1/2 in. Number of frets: 20 Neck finish: SatinElectronicsPickup/preamp: YEs Brand: Taylor Configuration: Behind-the-saddle transducer with adjustable sensors Preamp EQ: Volume, Bass, Treble Feedback filter: Onboard phase switch Tuner: NoneOtherHeadstock overlay: Genuine African ebony Tuning machines:

Taylor 800 Series 812Ce Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar


Taylor 800 Series 812Ce Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar


$3499


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the rosewood/spruce 800 Series. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. <br /><br>The 812ce Grand Concert comes with a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.<br><br><strong>Body Shape</strong><br>Taylor's Grand Concert is slightly smaller that its Grand Auditorium and yields controlled overtones, so the sound won't occupy a lot of sonic space. This is often a key consideration when other instruments are in the mix, such as in a performance or recording environment, and it allows the guitar to be heard more clearly. The Grand Concert pairs well with both 14-fret and 12-fret neck-to-body construction, and offers an articulate voice with top-end chime. It's perfect for fingerstyle players and light strummers, though flatpickers are known to enjoy its tonal character too. Its intimate size makes it lap/couch-friendly, and a great fit for players who find smaller instruments more physically comfortable. Taylors compact Grand Concert 12-fret guitars deliver a uniquely inspiring playing experience. The shorter 12-fret neck and 24.87 in. scale length create a slinky handfeel that makes fretting and bending strings easier, and the different bridge placement articulates the top in a way that produces a remarkably powerful voice for a small body. Under the hood, Taylors Performance bracing is optimized for each particular model, and on this all-mahogany 12-fret, players can expect more warmth, power and responsiveness than ever. <strong><div></strong><ul></ul><strong></div>Body </strong><ul><li>Body type: Taylor Grand Concert</li><li>Cutaway: Single cutaway</li><li>Top wood: Solid Sitka Spruce</li><li>Back & sides: Solid Indian Rosewood</li><li>Bracing pattern: 800 Series Advanced Performance Grand Concert Bracing with Relief Rout</li><li>Body finish: Gloss 3.5 Top, Back and Sides</li><li>Orientation: Right-Handed</li></ul><strong>Neck </strong><ul><li>Neck shape: Taylor Standard Profile</li><li>Nut width: 1.75 in. (44.5 mm)</li><li>Fingerboard: Genuine African Ebony</li><li>Neck wood: Tropical Mahogany</li><li>Scale length: 24.87 in.</li><li>Number of frets: 20</li><li>Neck finish:

Taylor 356ce Grand Symphony Cutaway 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 356ce Grand Symphony Cutaway 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$1899


The Taylor 356ceES2 Grand Symphony 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar shares the richness of the 300 Series solid-wood acoustic experience. Sapele has mahoganys lively tonal response and, together with a gloss-finish Sitka spruce top, rings out with a brightness and clarity that give these guitars a definitive Taylor voice. Black binding flanks sapeles ribbon-like grain, with large pearl fretboard dots adding a traditional touch.Grand Symphony GSThe Grand Symphony shape joined the line in 2006 and delivers Taylors boldest, richest acoustic voice. Think of it as a Grand Auditorium with a turbo boost, thanks to expanded physical dimensions, including a slightly wider waist and a bigger lower bout. Strummers and pickers with a driving attack will love the fullness, volume and sustain. Yet for such a robust voice, the GS is also clear and responsive to fast picking runs or a light fingerstyle touch, so if youre a dynamic player, this shape is a true contender. And the big voice doesnt come at the expense of balance. The piano-like bass, meaty midrange, and thick, shimmering highs blend seamlessly. These traits also make the GS a great vehicle for 12-strings. If you like a lush, potent guitar tone that has the horsepower to compete with other acoustic cannons out there, the GS shape is a worthy choice.SapeleAn alternative tonewood that joined the Taylor fold over a decade ago. Its sometimes mistakenly referred to as African mahogany because it closely resembles the West African wood khaya, which is commercially known as African mahogany. Sapele is a highly sustainable, relatively fast-growing wood. Tonally, it does everything that mahogany does, with a little extra treble zing. Taylor will be able to offer it for a long, long time.Expression System 2The Taylor Expression System 2 ES2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylors ongoing innovaBody Body type Taylor Grand Symphony Cutaway Yes – Venetian Top wood Solid Sitka Spruce Back amp sides Solid Sapele Bracing pattern Taylor Standard II Forward Shifted Pattern with Relief Rout Body finish Gloss 6.0 Top, Satin 5.0 Back and Sides Orientation Right-HandedNeck Neck shape Standard Taylor Profile Nut width 1-34 44.5mm Fingerboard Genuine African Ebony Neck wood Tropical Mahogany Scale length 25-12 Number of frets 20 Neck finish SatinElectronics Pickuppreamp Expression System 2 professional audio-grade Brand Taylor Configuration Behind-the-Saddle Transducer with Adjustable Sensors Preamp EQ Volume, Bass, Treble Feedback filter Onboard Phase Switch Tuner NoneOther Headstock overlay Indian Rosewood Tuning machines Taylor Nickel Tuners with Nickel Buttons Bridge Genuine African Ebony Saddle amp nut Micarta Wave Saddle Tusq Nut Number of strings 12

Taylor 800 Series 814Ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 800 Series 814Ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$3499


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the rosewood/spruce 800 Series. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. <br /><br>Like all 800 Series Taylors, the 814ce Grand Auditorium comes with Expression System 2 electronics and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.<br><br><strong>Grand Auditorium</strong><br>A Taylor original, the Grand Auditorium helped establish the Taylor acoustic sound. The popular body style makes for a versatile guitar that yields ample volume in response to light fingerpicking, and reacts to medium strumming and flatpicking with a clear, balanced sound across the tonal spectrum. If you want a great all-purpose guitar, the GA is an excellent choice. Taylor's popular 814ce offers players the ultimate all-purpose guitar. Its balance, warmth and articulation are great for fingerstyle, it has enough punch as a strummer to front a band, and the top-end power will fuel lead runs without getting shrill. It's a great choice for a gigging player looking for one guitar that can cover it all.<br><br><strong>Tonewoods</strong><br>A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Brazilian rosewood remains a prized tonewood in the guitar world based on a hal<strong>Body</strong><ul><li>Body type:Taylor Grand Auditorium</li><li>Cutaway:Single cutaway</li><li>Top wood:Solid Sitka Spruce</li><li>Back & sides:Solid Indian Rosewood</li><li>Bracing pattern:800 Series Advanced Performance Grand Auditorium Bracing with Relief Rout</li><li>Body finish:Gloss 3.5 Top, Back and Sides</li><li>Orientation:Right-Handed</li></ul><strong>Neck</strong><ul><li>Neck shape:Taylor Standard Profile</li><li>Nut width:1.75 in. (44.5 mm)</li><li>Fingerboard:Genuine African Ebony</li><li>Neck wood:Tropical Mahogany</li><li>Scale length:25.5 in.</li><li>Number of frets:20</li><li>Neck

Taylor 800 Series 856ce 12-String Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natura


Taylor 800 Series 856ce 12-String Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natura


$3899


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the rosewoodspruce 800 Series. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. All come with Taylor Expression System 2 electronics and ship in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger soundboard top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitars top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides complement the Sitka top with sound thats made it one of the most popular tonewoods ever. Rosewood produces the strongest bass response among the tonewoods commonly used for guitars, with a slightly scooped midrange. Rosewoods sweeping frequency range – deep lows that assert a throaty growl with sparkling highs – rings out with bell-like, high-fidelity clarity. It yields a full-range acoustic vAll solid tonewood pairing – Sitka spruce top and Indian rosewood back and sidesCustom-calibrated wood thickness3.5 mil finish thicknessRosewood pickguardRosewood top trimSingle-ring abalone rosette edged with rosewoodPearl quotElementquot fingerboard inlayNon-figured maple binding

Taylor 800 Series 856Ce 12-String Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 800 Series 856Ce 12-String Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$4399


The essence of the Taylor playing experience lives within the rosewood/spruce 800 Series, like this 800 Series 856ce12-String Grand Symphony. With the debut of its comprehensive redesign in 2014, master guitar designer Andy Powers took what was already Taylors flagship guitar series and deployed an array of voicing enhancements, ranging from customized bracing and wood thicknesses for each body style to the use of protein glues and ultra-thin finish, to bring out another level of musicality. Together, these refinements deliver much more than the sum of their parts. For everyone from pros to hobbyists, they make the playing experience more expressive, inspiring and fun. The new 800 Deluxe Series features all the voicing enhancements and aesthetic refinements of Taylors standard rosewood/spruce 800 Series, with three upgraded features: a newly designed radius-style armrest in maple with rosewood top edge trim, Adirondack spruce bracing, and chrome Gotoh tuners. The radius armrest literally takes the edge off the playing experience, easing the physical stress on your strumming or picking arm. Adirondack spruce bracing supercharges the tonal response to create a more dynamic voice. Gotoh 510 tuners supply a higher 21:1 gear ratio to give you finely calibrated tuning control. The 856ce 12-String Grand Symphony comes with Taylor Expression System 2 electronics and ship in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider “waist” area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitar’s top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string ener Adirondack bracingGotoh 510 tunersRadius armrestCustom-calibrated wood thicknesses and bracing for each body shape3.5 mil finish thicknessProtein glue (bracing and bridge)Rosewood pickguardRosewood top trimSingle ring abalone rosette edged with rosewoodPearl “Element” fingerboard inlayMaple binding (non-figured)

Taylor 716Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 716Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$3299


Taylors redesigned rosewood/spruce 700 Series guitars, which includes this 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, are the latest in the Taylor line to showcase an inspiring tonal and visual makeover. The result is a bolder musical voice with a refreshed visual aesthetic that blends rootsy appeal with warm, wood-rich details to give the series a distinctive musical personality. Tonal upgrades include a switch from Sitka spruce to Lutz spruce, which produces a powerful tonal response comparable to older, high- grade Adirondack spruce, and gives players a higher volume ceiling. Two other tone-enhancing refinements include Taylors new Performance bracing and the use of protein glue for the bracing and bridge. Together with the Lutz top they optimize the tonal response, capturing all of rosewoods classic richness and strengthening the fundamental focus. These guitars promise to give back to players everything they put in and then some. New appointment details include non-figured koa binding; a 3-ring herringbone-style rosette featuring mirrored, bias-cut Douglas fir with maple/black trim; top edge trim of bias-cut end-grain Douglas fir with maple/black accents; a new Reflections fretboard inlay in pale green abalone; and a new weathered brown pickguard with a matte finish. The 716ce features a full-gloss body and comes with a Venetian cutaway and Taylor Expression System 2 electronics. Taylor deluxe hardshell case included.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider “waist” area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitar’s top is the primary filter and distributoAll solid tonewoods – Lutz spruce top, Indian rosewood bodyPale green abalone “Reflections” fretboard inlayDouglas fir herringbone-style rosette and top edge trimNon-figured koa bindingWeathered brown pickguard

Taylor 716Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Western Sunburst


Taylor 716Ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Western Sunburst


$3449


Taylors redesigned rosewood/spruce 700 Series guitars, which includes this 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, are the latest in the Taylor line to showcase an inspiring tonal and visual makeover. The result is a bolder musical voice with a refreshed visual aesthetic that blends rootsy appeal with warm, wood-rich details to give the series a distinctive musical personality. Tonal upgrades include a switch from Sitka spruce to Lutz spruce, which produces a powerful tonal response comparable to older, high- grade Adirondack spruce, and gives players a higher volume ceiling. Two other tone-enhancing refinements include Taylors new Performance bracing and the use of protein glue for the bracing and bridge. Together with the Lutz top they optimize the tonal response, capturing all of rosewoods classic richness and strengthening the fundamental focus. These guitars promise to give back to players everything they put in and then some. New appointment details include non-figured koa binding; a 3-ring herringbone-style rosette featuring mirrored, bias-cut Douglas fir with maple/black trim; top edge trim of bias-cut end-grain Douglas fir with maple/black accents; a new Reflections fretboard inlay in pale green abalone; and a new weathered brown pickguard with a matte finish. The 716ce features a full-gloss body and comes with a Venetian cutaway and Taylor Expression System 2 electronics. Taylor deluxe hardshell case included.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider “waist” area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitar’s top is the primary filter and distributoAll solid tonewoods – Lutz spruce top, Indian rosewood bodyPale green abalone “Reflections” fretboard inlayDouglas fir herringbone-style rosette and top edge trimNon-figured koa bindingWeathered brown pickguard

Taylor 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Western Sunburst


Taylor 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Western Sunburst


$3449


Taylors redesigned rosewoodspruce 700 Series guitars, which includes this 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, are the latest in the Taylor line to showcase an inspiring tonal and visual makeover. The result is a bolder musical voice with a refreshed visual aesthetic that blends rootsy appeal with warm, wood-rich details to give the series a distinctive musical personality. Tonal upgrades include a switch from Sitka spruce to Lutz spruce, which produces a powerful tonal response comparable to older, high- grade Adirondack spruce, and gives players a higher volume ceiling. Two other tone-enhancing refinements include Taylors new Performance bracing and the use of protein glue for the bracing and bridge. Together with the Lutz top they optimize the tonal response, capturing all of rosewoods classic richness and strengthening the fundamental focus. These guitars promise to give back to players everything they put in and then some. New appointment details include non-figured koa binding a 3-ring herringbone-style rosette featuring mirrored, bias-cut Douglas fir with mapleblack trim top edge trim of bias-cut end-grain Douglas fir with mapleblack accents a new Reflections fretboard inlay in pale green abalone and a new weathered brown pickguard with a matte finish. The 716ce features a full-gloss body and comes with a Venetian cutaway and Taylor Expression System 2 electronics. Taylor deluxe hardshell case included.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger sound board top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitars top is the primary filter and distributoAll solid tonewoods – Lutz spruce top, Indian rosewood bodyPale green abalone quotReflectionsquot fretboard inlayDouglas fir herringbone-style rosette and top edge trimNon-figured koa bindingWeathered brown pickguard

Taylor 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


Taylor 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural


$3299


Taylors redesigned rosewoodspruce 700 Series guitars, which includes this 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, are the latest in the Taylor line to showcase an inspiring tonal and visual makeover. The result is a bolder musical voice with a refreshed visual aesthetic that blends rootsy appeal with warm, wood-rich details to give the series a distinctive musical personality. Tonal upgrades include a switch from Sitka spruce to Lutz spruce, which produces a powerful tonal response comparable to older, high- grade Adirondack spruce, and gives players a higher volume ceiling. Two other tone-enhancing refinements include Taylors new Performance bracing and the use of protein glue for the bracing and bridge. Together with the Lutz top they optimize the tonal response, capturing all of rosewoods classic richness and strengthening the fundamental focus. These guitars promise to give back to players everything they put in and then some. New appointment details include non-figured koa binding a 3-ring herringbone-style rosette featuring mirrored, bias-cut Douglas fir with mapleblack trim top edge trim of bias-cut end-grain Douglas fir with mapleblack accents a new Reflections fretboard inlay in pale green abalone and a new weathered brown pickguard with a matte finish. The 716ce features a full-gloss body and comes with a Venetian cutaway and Taylor Expression System 2 electronics. Taylor deluxe hardshell case included.Body ShapeCompared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider waist area, and the bigger sound board top means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A GS is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack.Tonewood PairingA guitars top is the primary filter and distributoAll solid tonewoods – Lutz spruce top, Indian rosewood bodyPale green abalone quotReflectionsquot fretboard inlayDouglas fir herringbone-style rosette and top edge trimNon-figured koa bindingWeathered brown pickguard

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1.25 Orion E-Series 13% Transmission Moon Filter


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The Moon is one of the most interesting objects to observe through a telescope. Its many craters, rugged mountains, deep canyons and large, dark lunar “seas” formed by ancient volcanic activity are all fascinating sights to behold in any size telescope. Make all your telescopic views of the Moon even better with the affordable 1.25″ Orion E-Series Moon Filter. When looking at the Moon through a telescope, bright reflected sunlight can produce significant glare. The Moon’s disk, even at partial phases, is in fact so intensely bright with reflected sunlight that it can be a challenge to observe detailed surface features. The bright glare of the Moon can often wash out fine details of the most interesting lunar features to study in a telescope. To improve contrast and tone down glare easily, we recommend using a neutral-density 1.25″ Orion E-Series 13% Transmission Moon Filter. This inexpensive filter threads directly into a 1.25″ eyepiece barrel and blocks 87% of the light gathered by the telescope, making for more comfortable lunar views which exhibit higher contrast. Once installed on a 1.25″ telescope eyepiece, the Orion 13% Transmission Moon Filter will bring out considerably more detailed views of lunar surface details. Not only will more surface features and details pop out, but you can study them in greater comfort, thanks to Moon Filter reducing overall brightness without altering color. This neutral-density telescope eyepiece filter also helps reduce irradiation, which is the distortion at the boundary between light and dark areas such as along the lunar terminator, for a more pleasant viewing experience. The Moon is a delightful target for backyard astronomers of all skill levels. Whether you’re just getting started in the hobby of amateur astronomy, or are a more seasoned stargazer, improve your views of the Moon easily with the inexpensive 1.25″ Orion E-Series 13% Transmission Moon Filter!
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