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Taylor 414 Grand Auditorium Acoustic Guitar
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Warm, full mids and bold lows ring out from the solid Sitka spruce top of the Taylor 414 acoustic guitar while the fabulous ovangkol back and sides i...Read More
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Warm, full mids and bold lows ring out from the solid Sitka spruce top of the Taylor 414 acoustic guitar while the fabulous ovangkol back and sides impart snappy highs and precise projection. Great for fingerstyle playing and vocal accompaniment, this guitar also features beautiful white wood binding and an ebony fretboard and bridge. Includes hardshell case.
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- Ovangkol back and sides
- Mahogany neck
- Ebony fretboard and bridge
- White wood binding
- Chromeplated Taylor tuners
- Satin finish with gloss top
- 25-1/2" scale
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I've been playing guitar for over 15 years and this is one of the best acoustic guitars I have ever played. I bought my 414 about two years ago and have yet to hear another guitar that sounds better. I had never heard of ovankol wood before purchasing it, but it has an amazing tone -- crisp and clear. Absolutely amazing, just like all Taylor guitars.
It was not until after ten years of dedicated guitar-playing that I turned my attention to acoustic guitars. As I was already quite experienced (and I knew what to look for and what to avoid), I started shopping for a guitar that would never fall short of what I needed.So, after trying a few dozen models of the best brands (Martin, Gibson & Larrivee), I purchased the Taylor 414 Grand Auditorium. The action was perfect out of the box, and the response of the instrument is incredible - both in comping and soloing. This guitar is like a custom-made classical instrument, and its sound is fantastic. Played with a 2.5mm buffalo-horn pick its notes roll off like pearls - neat, distinct and melodious. Oh, and it looks great too on stage. I could not be happier.