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A three-piece back, bound neck, and body that's wide like a jumbo and thin like a 000, for a sound as distinctive as those who play it. East Indian rosewood and Sitka spruce work with scalloped bracing to produce a tone that's big, balanced and ideal for studio recordings. Enclosed gear tuners and a modified low oval neck with narrow taper offer superb playability.
Leather Strap Black - 2.5" (Music Villa Logo)
LM-LS2501GLS-BK Music Villa Logo 2.5" Leather Strap-Black
Classic T-Shirt (Symbol Logo)
Asphalt shirt + orange logo = serious street cred.
Eclipse Headstock Tuner
Eclipse Headstock Tuner, Various Colors.
Guitar Humidifier Pro
A guitar sound hole humidifier.
Taylor 562ce 12-Fret
Taylor’s Grand Concert 12-strings reaffirm Taylor’s heritage of easy-playing double course instruments thanks to a lap-friendly body size, a 12-fret neck, and a 24-7/8-inch scale length. The slinky handfeel makes fretting and bending strings easier, the neck and body are comfortably balanced, and the compact body produces a clear 12-string voice. The hardwood mahogany top adds just enough compression to the attack to smooth out the response, bringing an appealing consistency across the tonal spectrum, while still capturing the beautiful octave shimmer. It makes a great 12-string choice for tracking in a studio, and behaves well with other instruments in a live setting. Refined aesthetic touches include a shaded edgeburst body and neck, faux tortoise shell binding, a rosette of faux tortoise shell and grained ivoroid, and a grained ivoroid Century fretboard inlay.
Gibson J-45 Walnut
The J-45 All Walnut features a solid walnut top and walnut back and sides. This versatile tonewood combination offers a beautiful figured look and very uniquely balanced and punchy sound that only walnut can produce. Includes many standard J-45 appointments. Upgraded with Herringbone top trim and finished with an LR Baggs VTC pickup system for easy plug and play.
Taylor 110e Dreadnought
This Taylor Dreadnought pairs layered walnut back and sides with a solid spruce top, pumping out full-voiced tone that responds to strummers and flatpickers with deep lows, punchy mids, and clear treble notes. The slightly narrower 1-11/16-inch nut width makes barre chords easier on the hands, and with Taylor’s Expression System 2 onboard pickup, you can count on a reliable performance partner that produces natural amplified acoustic tone. The guitar includes a lightweight yet durable Taylor gig bag to accommodate life on the go.
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