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Taylor K-4 Equalizer
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The Taylor K-4 Equalizer features a parametric EQ voiced specifically for the acoustic guitar, along with a Q control for pinpoint tone shaping. The ...Read More
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A whole new level of creative control for the acoustic-electric player.
The Taylor K-4 Equalizer features a parametric EQ voiced specifically for the acoustic guitar, along with a Q control for pinpoint tone shaping. The K-4 also features a custom circuit design by Mr. Rupert Neve, transformer-coupled input and output, and pure analog tone shaping. Plus, it serves as an active DI with effects loop and tuner out. Now, you can shape your guitar's tone by zeroing in on the notes or frequencies of your choice and then cutting or boosting them to taste. With its balanced, transformer-coupled, low-impedance input and output, the Taylor K-4 Equalizer also allows you to add other equipment into the loop and still maintain signal integrity.
- Parametric EQ voiced specifically for acoustic guitar
- Q control for pinpoint tone shaping
- Integrates perfectly with the Taylor Expression System
- Transformer-coupled input and output
- Pure analog tone shaping
- Active DI
- Phase reverse switch
- Effects loop
- Tuner out
- Headphone jack
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I've struggled for many years to deliver quality sound from an acoustic guitar on stage. A buddy (who plays with George Strait's Ace in the Hole band) convinced me to try a Taylor CE and their K4 equalizer. It took very little time in the shop to learn how fabulous this combination is -- I now own an '07 814CE and the K4.
I have a Taylor T5 guitar. I play it through 2 fender acoustasonics via a ab splitter. I get some great sound. When I introduced the K4 it was unbelievable. The t-5 became extremely gat and sounde like you had your ear next to a fine dreadnaught. Expensive but if you compare with and without you will buy it.
Hey I don't know if it was my Taylor 310CE or the K4 but the amount of hiss that came out of my speakers was terrible. Absolutely unacceptable. The Taylor 310 CE sounds great but the levels are way to low to record direct (Pro Tools 96io only offers -10 or +4 input gain stages). Even at -10 the Taylor 310CE was way too soft, too quiet. So I thought - hey I'll get the K4, same company - it's gotta work. But it don't bro. The amount of hiss was way out of control. I'd either have to drop the volume to an inaudible level or eq out ALL of the the high end. Just terrible. I'm pissed and dissapointed. The K4 shall be returned.