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Taylor 322ce 12-Fret 7016

$2,149.00    
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Taylor’s 12-fret necks feature the slightly shorter 24-7/8-inch scale length of the Grand Concert and a repositioned bridge that sits closer to the center of the lower bout. The result is a slinkier handfeel that makes it easier to form chords and bend strings, and a tonal response that boasts surprising power, warmth, and sustain for the smaller body. The blackwood back and sides produce a strong midrange focus with a splash of top-end shimmer, while the mahogany top helps even out the tonal response. Other distinctive features include a shaded edgeburst top, an all-satin finish, small diamond inlays in Italian acrylic, a Venetian cutaway, and Taylor’s Expression System 2 pickup.

Features
  • Back & Side Wood: Blackwood
  • Body Size: Medium Body
  • Body Type: Grand Concert
  • Series: 300 Series
  • Top Wood: Mahogany
  • Nut Width: 1 3/4"
  • Neck Shape: Standard
  • Bracing Pattern: Standard with Relief Rout
  • Scale Length: 24 7/8"
  • String Spacing at Saddle: 2 3/16"
  • Acoustic Pickup: Expression System 2
  • Tuners: Taylor Slot Head
  • Case: Taylor Deluxe Hardshell Brown
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