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The iconic shape of the Dreadnought is synonymous with acoustic guitars in general. Big and bold, these cannons are perfect for ensemble settings where the guitar competes for sonic space with other instruments or accompanying strong singers. The Dreadnought is the classic flat-picking bluegrass instrument. Tis is one powerhouse guitar…. it will hold it’s one in any musical situation!
Taylor 816ce DLX Grand Symphony Venetian Cutaway
This deluxe edition 816ce expands on the playability, power, and aesthetic appeal of our standard Grand Symphony 816ce. Built with a solid Sitka spruce top (voiced with Adirondack spruce bracing) and solid Indian rosewood back and sides, the 816ce DLX yields a robust tone profile flavored by shimmering highs and rich low-end warmth, along with enhanced volume and projection. This edition is detailed with our finest appointments, including a radius armrest for extra playing comfort, premium Gotoh 510 tuners (featuring a 21:1 gear ratio for ultra-smooth tuning control), and a distinctive Venetian-style cutaway, making this a truly striking instrument for the stage and the studio.
Taylor 517e Grand Pacific Builder's Edition
With the debut of the Grand Pacific, Taylor master guitar designer Andy Powers has delivered on the promise of V-Class bracing as a powerful tone-shaping platform. The Grand Pacific demonstrates that with our V-Class architecture, Taylor can create a wonderfully diverse portfolio of musical personalities that will appeal to a wide range of players.
If you thought you knew the Taylor sound, think again. The new body shape, a round- shoulder dreadnought, adds a dramatically different tonal personality to the Taylor line. It will surprise and delight many players — including those not typically drawn to the Taylor sound.
In a dreadnought category known for traditional, legacy models, the Grand Pacific introduces a pleasantly disruptive and uniquely compelling new voice to the room. It combines warm, seasoned tone with modern Taylor playability, reliability and intonation. Andy has also used the V-Class design to eliminate the problematic low end woofiness often associated with dreadnoughts. With the Grand Pacific, players will experience clear power in the low end, whic h means a more musical, usable tone.
Building off the success of Taylor’s Builder’s Edition V-Class models from 2018, the Grand Pacific launches with two inspiring Builder’s Edition models made from the classic tonewoods rosewood and mahogany. Featuring an ultra-comfortable compound carve neck profile, rolled fretboard edges, chamfered body edges and more, these Builder’s Edition models showcase Andy Powers’ passion for crafting incredibly player-friendly guitars in both sound and feel. Grand Pacific
Taylor 114e Left-Handed
Taylor’s 114 Grand Auditorium is one of our most popular, and this left-handed model is the perfect guitar for someone that’s just starting, or someone that wants a durable stage guitar at a GREAT price! It features layered walnut back & sides, a sitka spruce top, no cutaway, Taylor’s ES-2 electronics, and a durable Taylor gig bag.
Taylor 314 V-Class
Our solid sapele/spruce 314 responds well to a wide range of playing styles, thanks to the medium-size Grand Auditorium body. Sapele’s clear, focused tone resembles that of mahogany with an extra splash of top-end brightness, while Elixir® HD Light strings are custom calibrated to optimize the tone with bolder highs, fuller lows, and more overall warmth, giving players an expressive tonal palette. Featured appointments include black binding, a black pickguard, Italian acrylic small diamond fretboard inlays, and a 3-ring rosette. The guitar ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.