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Taylor 410ce Ovangkol/Spruce Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Taylor 410ce Ovangkol/Spruce Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar lets players continue to discover solid African ovangkol' responsive, rosewood-...Read More
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A full-sounding guitar with a Sitka spruce top, ovangkol back and sides, and Taylor ES electronics.
The Taylor 410ce Ovangkol/Spruce Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar lets players continue to discover solid African ovangkol' responsive, rosewood-like tone, which pairs well with Sitka spruce and can accommodate a range of playing styles. White binding applies a crisp counterpoint against the gloss top and mottled brown hues of ovangkol, while the Expression System wires these guitars for high-fidelity amplified acoustic sound.
Body Width: 16" / Body Depth: 4 5/8" / Body Length: 20"
The potent tone flatpickers and strummers love.
The most traditional of guitar shapes, Bob Taylor has evolved the Taylor Dreadnought over time to honor its enduring sonic heritage yet also refine the look and sound into a more modern package. The Taylor Dreadnought still boasts that powerful dreadnought tone that old-school pickers expect, with deep lows and crisp highs, but with a voice that, like every Taylor, is more evenly balanced across the entire tonal spectrum. Perhaps more than any other shape, the Dreadnought remains linked with roots music like bluegrass and folk, in part because of its traditional role in defining those sounds. Pickers and strummers with an aggressive attack will love our Dreadnought' blend of power and articulation, which allows for clear lead lines and crisp, driving rhythms.
Origin: Tropical West Africa
Over a decade ago, Taylor introduced the guitar world to a sustainable tonewood known as ovangkol. An African relative of rosewood, it's a great sounding wood that shares many of rosewood's tonal properties, with a slightly fuller midrange and a top end that's not quite as bright as maple. Being lesser known than rosewood, ovangkol has been a sleeper hit over the years, asserting itself as an instant contender among unsuspecting players who test-drive a variety of Taylor models.
Natural Sound Made Simple
People love the clear, full acoustic tone of their Taylors. Why should it be any different when they plug in? That' why we spent several years developing the onboard acoustic pickup and preamp. Taylor' ground-breaking Expression System (ES) was designed to naturally amplify the warm acoustic sound of your guitar.
The ES is an all-magnetic acoustic guitar pickup system that works like a microphone to produce a pure signal and a warm, natural acoustic sound. When you plug in, you'll hear the sound of your guitar, not the sound of the pickup. No complicated controls. No tone simulators. Just a clean amplified acoustic guitar sound supported by three simple controls ” volume, bass and treble.
Years of research brought Taylor to a simple realization: Nothing sounds as true and musical as a microphone. With that as a starting point, Taylor' David Hosler led the team responsible for the Expression System's breakthrough technology. Utilizing a unique Dynamic Body Sensor mounted to the soundboard, a Dynamic String Sensor embedded beneath the fretboard, and a discrete preamp, the advanced ES technology is unlike any other guitar pickup system.
The ES was designed in-house, alongside their acoustic guitars, which allowed Taylor to build the ES seamlessly into the design of the guitar, for an integrated pickup system unlike any other. From the design and location of the body and string sensors to the voicing of the preamp, the ES is fully optimized for the Taylor sound. The elegant design, including the non-intrusive control knobs, also preserves the aesthetic of a Taylor guitar.
- Shape: Dreadnought
- Back/Side Wood: Ovangkol
- Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
- Neck/Heel: Tropical Mahogany
- Electronics: ES
- Bracing: Forward Shifted Pattern with Relief Rout
- Binding: White
- Fretboard Wood: Ebony
- Fretboard Inlay: Progressive Dots
- Headstock Overlay: Indian Rosewood
- Bridge Inlay: None
- Bridge Pins: Ebony
- Nut & Saddle: Tusq
- Tuners: Taylor Chrome
- Truss Rod Cover Indian Rosewood
- Back/Side Finish: Satin
- Top Finish: Gloss
- Neck Finish: Satin
- Cutaway: Venetian
- Pickguard: Tortoise
- Taylor hardshell case
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- ease of playing
- Not Too Loud Or Soft
- Wide Spectrum Tone
- Great For Any Music
Comments about Taylor 410ce Ovangkol/Spruce Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
I have a 410ce as well as a 710ce. The 710 has more volume, more like a Martin, but the 410 has a great and even volume at all points in the tonal spectrum. It can have a soft, mellow sound and turn right around and bear down for some hard picking. Very few models have this same character for being versatile in about any genre of music. I was referring to straight acoustic qualities. Plug it in and add a pedal and the sky is the limit. I recommend only light gauge or custom light Elixir for this guitar. I had mine professionally set up once to lower the action closer to a solid body electric by replacing a cut down saddle and neck adjustment. I do that myself from time to time. Taylor design makes it easy for you to adjust your own guitar to suit your playing needs. Dont be afraid to tackle it. If you are looking for your first Taylor, I would highly recommend this one.
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