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Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model)  

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The Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has ovangkol back and sides to add crisp projection to the solid spruce top's warm ton...Click To Read More About This Product

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Elegant appointments with gorgeous ovangkol sides and back.

The Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has ovangkol back and sides to add crisp projection to the solid spruce top's warm tone. Ovangkol has similar sonic characteristics to rosewood and adds exotic visual appeal to the 410-CE. Taylor's unique bridge and precision-dressed fretboard are of silky ebony and the neck is tropical American mahogany. Expression System electronics with tone controls capture top and string vibration perfectly. White wood binding and stable chromeplated Taylor tuners provide brilliant visual highlights to the 410-CE.

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FEATURES
  • Solid Sitka spruce top
  • Solid ovangkol back and sides
  • Mahogany neck
  • Ebony fretboard and bridge
  • Expression System electronics
  • Indian rosewood headstock overlay
  • Chromeplated Taylor tuners
  • 25-1/2"
  • 1-3/4" nut width

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Taylor410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model)
 
4.9

(based on 34 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

I'll bet you'll be suprised..

I'm now in my 50's, bought my first guitar in '73. I love this guitar. I've had it now for 12 years and it get played pretty much a few days a...Read complete review

I'm now in my 50's, bought my first guitar in '73. I love this guitar. I've had it now for 12 years and it get played pretty much a few days a week, every week. It's got great tone, action, sounds great plugged or unplugged. When I was shopping, I knew I was shopping for THE high end guitar I was going to keep for a long time. ITo me, this particular 410ce had the best tonal balance and overall tone in my price range. In fact, I was prepared to spend another grand but this guitar sounded better than the more expensive ones. I know it sounds cliche but you have to listen with your ears, not your eyes.
People rarely list the features in the features area. I bought mine new in 99. Solid Ovangal back and sides. Solid spruce top (mine has some bearclaw) white binding on top and back. 14 frets clear on a mahogany neck with bound ebony fretbrd, 20 frets total. Grover tuners. Ebony bridge with ebony pins. Being a '99 model, mine has the old Fishman electronics which still sound very good. Gloss top, satin everything else. I'll give it a 9 as there are higher end pickup systems and no excessive bling (I'm good with that). It's got everything I need, especially beautiful tone!
First rate. Is there anybody mass producing guitars that are of better quality in materials used, fit and finish, gorgeous sound and appearance. I doubt it. For a mass produced guitar, the quality, fit and finish, as well as great action and playability, is as close as hand built as they come.
These guitars are not cheap. If you just need a guitar to bang around, there are better deals... If your looking for a solid wood instrument with beautiful, complex tone and overtones, top rate materials and build quality and fantastic playability, you have to pay for that. All that said, I wish they were, and I think they could be, less expensive.

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Decent sound.

I really do like the sound of this guitar unplugged. Although, it's nothign spectacular. I see these old fogies with old guitars and they blow this thing out of the water. The Expressions...Read complete review

I really do like the sound of this guitar unplugged. Although, it's nothign spectacular. I see these old fogies with old guitars and they blow this thing out of the water. The Expressions system is the most UNnatural sounding pickup system I've ever heard. It takes the natural sound and makes it sound like some sort of electric hollowbody guitar with a mediocre piezo, very electronic sounding. I bought a new Marshall acoustic amp, and this thing still sounds aweful. And it's not jsut this one. I had three of these guitars before I found one that didn't have problems and that I didn't have to send back. In short, buy a Martin with a traditional pickup...NO MATTER what the hype about the Taylor expression system says.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

I'll bet you'll be suprised..

By Andrew Orris

from Colorado

Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I'm now in my 50's, bought my first guitar in '73. I love this guitar. I've had it now for 12 years and it get played pretty much a few days a week, every week. It's got great tone, action, sounds great plugged or unplugged. When I was shopping, I knew I was shopping for THE high end guitar I was going to keep for a long time. ITo me, this particular 410ce had the best tonal balance and overall tone in my price range. In fact, I was prepared to spend another grand but this guitar sounded better than the more expensive ones. I know it sounds cliche but you have to listen with your ears, not your eyes.
People rarely list the features in the features area. I bought mine new in 99. Solid Ovangal back and sides. Solid spruce top (mine has some bearclaw) white binding on top and back. 14 frets clear on a mahogany neck with bound ebony fretbrd, 20 frets total. Grover tuners. Ebony bridge with ebony pins. Being a '99 model, mine has the old Fishman electronics which still sound very good. Gloss top, satin everything else. I'll give it a 9 as there are higher end pickup systems and no excessive bling (I'm good with that). It's got everything I need, especially beautiful tone!
First rate. Is there anybody mass producing guitars that are of better quality in materials used, fit and finish, gorgeous sound and appearance. I doubt it. For a mass produced guitar, the quality, fit and finish, as well as great action and playability, is as close as hand built as they come.
These guitars are not cheap. If you just need a guitar to bang around, there are better deals... If your looking for a solid wood instrument with beautiful, complex tone and overtones, top rate materials and build quality and fantastic playability, you have to pay for that. All that said, I wish they were, and I think they could be, less expensive.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome Gift

By Mike-Rk1va

from Tyler, TX

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Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I got my Taylor 410ce about a month ago, and I LOVE it. The guitar player at my church had an 814ce and this one and I told him when he wanted to get rid of one of them to let me know. Long story short, when I was leaving, he walked up to me with a case and said this is for you. It blew my mind, I thought he was kidding. I give all the glory to God! This guitar sounds amazing plugged or unplugged.I went to an open mic last night and got to truly try out the ES system' and it is awesome! It cuts through the whole mix. I've always been a Gibson acoustic fan, but after playing this, I'm a Taylor fan for life. If you have about 2 grand to spend on a guitar, buy this one. You won't be disappointed.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Guitar

By Billy Blaze-wcfNR

from Weatherford, TX

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Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I Own a Taylor 410 ce Limited edition w Rosewood Back and sides.This guitar is fantastic, I have owned many acoustics and this one blows them all away, people can't get over how great it sounds and it inspires me to play more.Great action and craftsmanship too, there is pride in every Taylor guitar that is made, don't believe it go play one...but you better have a couple grand lying around because after you play one,..You won't rest until you own one..it's that good!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best guitar in its price range

By doc-YI32o

from New Orleans

Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I've seen prettier guitars and heard some that sound better overall. This guitar is the best in its class for the price. Unbeatable value. The action was a little high when I got it. But a little tweaking on the bridge insert and I was in business. Awesome sound plugged in. The sound man at church loves it. Sounds good thru my in-ear monitors on stage. Great low end and overall clarity. If you're searching for an axe in this price range, look no further.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Real Workhorse

By BillyBlast

from ATL Ga.

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Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I've had my Taylor for about 2 years now and I have to say this is my workhorse. I have written countless songs with this acoustic; it always inspires more music. I've played on Martins and Larevee's but I always hear more and "feel" more with the sound that this Taylor makes.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Decent sound.

By Kingsworth

from Canyon Lake, TX

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Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I really do like the sound of this guitar unplugged. Although, it's nothign spectacular. I see these old fogies with old guitars and they blow this thing out of the water. The Expressions system is the most UNnatural sounding pickup system I've ever heard. It takes the natural sound and makes it sound like some sort of electric hollowbody guitar with a mediocre piezo, very electronic sounding. I bought a new Marshall acoustic amp, and this thing still sounds aweful. And it's not jsut this one. I had three of these guitars before I found one that didn't have problems and that I didn't have to send back. In short, buy a Martin with a traditional pickup...NO MATTER what the hype about the Taylor expression system says.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

amazing guitar

By Josh Atkins

from Cypress

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Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I bought this guitar from a friend who had used this guitar to perform for his church on a weekly basis. When I first played it, it was instantly love at first sight. This is truly a beautifully crafted guitar with an amazing sound. I use it frequently for recording and this baby really sings. I recommend it to anyone who is serious about buying a real acoustic guitar. This is definitely one for the pros, and though its a bit pricy, its worth every penny, without a doubt. The nicest acoustic guitar I've ever played.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome Guitar

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I just bought this after playing over 50 different models at 5 music stores throughout California. This guitar has crisp clean trebles and mids with warm bright bass thrown in. The electric system is wonderful at loud volumes as well as quiet jams. Beautiful craftsmanship. I Love this guitar!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

nice, but not a 5

By Steve-M4PQx

from Park City, UT

Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

A 410-CE with old strings is brighter than a D16 with new strings, but the bass tones of the 410-CE are not nearly as deep. The added brightness of the 410-CE is good in bluegrass jams because the sound stands out a bit when the rhythm instruments are playing loudly. But my daughter's Taylor 110 is 2x louder than either the D16 or the 410-CE, making it the better jam guitar of the three (it's much harder to play up to speed and volume with a quiet guitar). The 410-CE has a great feel and is very nice quality. I don't think there is one guitar out there that is best for all musical styles, which may be why a lot of famous performers bring several.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I'm in love.........

By taylorlvur

from Roanoke, Virginia

Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I got this guitar as my second acoustic, first time I played it I was amazed. This guitar has an incredible tone, and I love the expression system. This guitar has been to literally every gig I've played since I got it. Bottom line, GET ONE!!!!!

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