Taylor Guitars, founded in 1974 by Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug, is known for its innovative approach to guitar design and manufacturing, having introduced several boundary-pushing acoustic features including V-Class bracing, the ultra-comfortable Taylor neck, and the Grand Auditorium body shape. Valued by players for their vibrant, articulate sound, Taylor guitars are versatile instruments played by some of the world's top artists, thanks to their top-tier construction and exceptional tonewoods.
The Taylor Guitars acoustic line is organizerd by series. Each series features a unique combination of tonewoods and aesthetic details, which add up to a diverse mix of musical personalities.
The mix of the V-Class bracing and Grand Pacific body shape was meant to be, with a broad low end and a shimmering clarity. Taylor guitars has gone for utility and has made an acoustic that punches well above its weight class.
Taylor Guitars V-Class Bracing
One of the most significant updates to acoustic guitar design in decades, V-Class bracing represents a major step forward in how guitars can perform. The new bracing scheme, which elevates a guitar's volume and sustain while improving its intonation and musicality, is available in Taylor models throughout the line from 300 Series on up.
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