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Taylor 210CE-G Acoustic-Electric Guitar with Gloss Finish
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A thorough inspection of the Taylor 210CE-G dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar reveals the consummate skill of the craftsman who created it. A beau...Click To Read More About This Product
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Gloss solid spruce top, Indian rosewood laminate back and sides, integrated electronics, and more in an affordably priced dreadnought.
A thorough inspection of the Taylor 210CE-G dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar reveals the consummate skill of the craftsman who created it. A beautifully applied gloss finish gives the top a luxurious gleam while a lush satin finish is applied to the rest of the instrument. The 210CE-G's body depth and wide shoulders result in a big-toned guitar with plentiful sustain and definition. It responds equally well to flatpicking, fingerpicking styles, and hard-charging rhythm playing. The body cutaway gives you complete access to the ebony fingerboard. A solid Sitka spruce top combined with Indian rosewood back and sides produce that respected Taylor trademark clarity coupled with plentiful volume. The fingerboard has a 15" radius making extended playing sessions much more comfortable.Taylor's NT neck joint snugs up to a uniquely shaped pocket in the body of the Taylor 210CE-G to ensure maximum tone transfer. Its strong mahogany contributes to the guitar's stunning clarity while the deluxe ebony bridge and fingerboard enhance sustain.At the heart of this Taylor guitar lies an integrated electronics system, letting you dial in and amplify the guitar quickly and effortlessly. The electronics include bass, treble, and volume controls, for an individualized plugged-in experience. Taylor tuners keep the acoustic-electric guitar in precise tuning and chrome hardware add an extra sleek look to this already stunning offering from Taylor. You won't believe the sound. Order now.
- Dreadnought cutaway design
- Indian rosewood back and sides
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- 25-1/2" scale
- NT neck joint
- Mahogany neck wood
- Ebony fretboard
- Standard Taylor neck shape
- 20 frets
- 1-11/16" nut width
- 15" radius
- Ebony bridge
- Taylor tuners
- Chrome hardware
- Integrated electronics with 2-band EQ and volume control
- Gloss top, satin back and sides
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I write this review for people who might be at the higher price point that I was. Like everyone else, I wanted the allure of a Taylor or Martin. But I found that, with the lower end models, the quality simply does not warrant the pricetag. I ordered the 210CE and it sounded great, plugged and unplugged, for about 4 days. Then the pickup completely went out on me. Given the pickup problem, in addition to the laminate sides and somewhat plain features altogether, I decided to return it. And rather than settle for another marginal Taylor, I looked around for a better value. Doing some research, I found the Breedlove C25 and exchanged the 210CE for it. I'm glad I did. The Breedlove is a much better value for the price. Great sound (electric or not), amazing pickup/controls, on-board tuner, abalone accents on the fretboard, soundhole & around the edges, and full gloss finish. To top it all off, it came in a deluxe hardshell case, whereas the Taylor came in some weak softshell gig bag thing.
I'm sure the upper-end Taylors and Martins are well-worth their prices. But for the people who just don't have that money to spend, I'd highly recommend looking past the brand name and focusing on value. I hope this helps some people avoid the month-long hassle I went through to get a quality guitar.
After having trouble with a different brand,i ordered the Taylor 210-ce.I wasn't sure about laminated back&sides,but it sounds very nice.I did a complete inspection a cannot find blemish any where.Action was spot on,fret ends smooth,neck straight.Very balanced tone,electronics sound great very simple system.Wanted stage guitar to save my Gibson and Martin.Been playing 50 years,played and owned many guitars and brands don't know what took me so long to try a Taylor.
I just bought this guitar at a guitar center and i cant put it down. The neck on the guitar is great its very easy to play and has the best tone i have ever heard on a guitar. you usually have to spend twice as much money on a guitar to get that kind of tone. Taylor overall is just the best brand of acoustic guitar out there hands down!
I have been a player of all sorts of genres for 25 years. I bought this guitar 2 years ago. Taylor's craftmanship will leave you in absolute awe. The look and feel is second to none. It has a full bodied sound that resonates beatuifully, like an orchestra. The neck is soft and supple. Words alone cannot express the awesome playability and sheer beauty of this fine instrument. Trust me, look no further. You're going to have a tough time putting this guitar back in it's case, a beautful case at that. I guarantee that you will not notice a difference in sound between the 210ce and the much more expensive models. Try them out and see for yourself. This guitar will inspire you!
If you play acoustic, go for it. solid choice.
If you need to play gigs amplified with a band, STAY AWAY!
I have had this guitar for about 4 years now, and I've just decided to get rid of it for good. We have had some amazing jams together, but it has also really screwed me over.
The Achilles Heel of this guitar is definitely the unnacceptable lackluster Taylor Expression System. Yes it looks high tech and elegant from the spec sheet, But my first guitar, The Ovation Celebrity, had a much better preamp system in it. Simply unnacceptle for someone who needs to play acoustic with a full band. Even with a Feedback Buster I would get feedback, and when I didn't the low end richness would drop out completely.
However, the guitar has a beautiful acoustic sound, and it really opens the door to what Taylor can be like. It's full and loud, and can take a bit of a beating and still look great.
Not a bad deal at all. I obviously have put up with it for a long tour of duty because it had some merit. But if I could go back, I would get something better suited for a full band acoustic solution. I've been recommended highly from a great musician friend to trade for a Breedlove.