Which Taylor Acoustic Guitar?
October 22, 2009 by G-v Rover
Taylor Guitars Presser — When it comes to finding the right acoustic guitar, a good place to start is with body shape. The right shape will complement your playing style and help you sound your best. Taylor Guitars virtually have every shape for every type of player.
Taylor’s versatile Grand Auditorium handles an all-purpose mix of strumming, picking and finger style. The GS yields the boldest voice ever, perfect for strummers and flat pickers who crave acoustic horsepower. The controlled overtones of Taylor’s small body Grand Concert are ideal for stage and studio. Taylor’s Dreadnought brings a traditional sound to the 21st Century, while the Jumbo’s big yet balanced tone is great for both 6- and 12-strings.
From there, choose from different woods to “flavor” your tone. Maybe the midrange bloom of mahogany, the bass and treble of rosewood, the warmth of a cedar top. The right pairing of woods with body shape can make all the difference in the world. But whichever Taylor you choose, you can always count on ultra-playability, clear, balanced tone, and precision craftsmanship. For more information on their shapes and woods, visit taylorguitars.com.
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