Taylor 700 Series
Taylor Guitars first arrived on the music scene in 1974, and while they may not have the lengthy history of some other luthiers, what they've done with their 40 years on the market has been nothing short of legendary. With Bob Taylor's design skills at the helm, they've set the bar ridiculously high for overall craftsmanship while also introducing a handful of exclusive features such as the NT neck and Expression System pickups. On top of that, they're renowned for their commitment to sustainable forests, so a guitar from the Taylor 700 Series is one you can feel proud to own not just for its fantastic performance, but also for its environmental friendliness.
From its woods to its gorgeous sunburst finishes, the 700 Series is a top-to-bottom homage to vintage Americana. Each model in the lineup is topped in Sitka spruce and backed by Indian rosewood, except the Limited Edition 714ce Brazilian Rosewood Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar - which is still rosewood, but from a different forest! All of the 700 Series guitars cut striking silhouettes with their Venetian cutaway styling and all-over gloss finishes, and from a practical standpoint, they're kitted out with Expression System 2 pickups to make sure they sound as good as they look, when you've got them plugged in through your favorite acoustic guitar amp.
Choosing your new guitar from the Taylor 700 Series is easy: start by narrowing down your options based on the body shape you're looking for, and then go from there. For instance, if you like a grand symphony model, the Taylor 700 Series 716ce Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar is a great suggestion - or, if you'd like that shape with doubled strings for an even richer sound, check out the 756ce Grand Symphony 12-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar. These are just a few examples from a really stellar lineup, so feel free to dive right in and look through the whole 700 Series until you find the best one for your personal tastes!
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