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The TAYLOR 214CE is optimized for live performance with cutaway allowing easy upper fret access and high quality Taylor ES-T electronics including EQ and phase switch for precise control over your live sound. The grand auditorium body isn't as large as a dreadnought and has a solid satin Sitka Gloss top, so you get a bright and clear sound that sings out with a warm but not overstated bass. Comes with a Taylor hard bag
Taylor are known the world over for their ability to make high end acoustic guitar and the knowledge that goes into this and has bled down into the great value 200 series. Using Taylors signature Grand Auditorium design you manage to get a beautifully balanced sound that can easily cut through any mix. This makes the 214ce the perfect acoustic for those with so set style or sound and just need something that sounds great every night.
To make sure you get the most out of the many hours of research and development that went into designing this guitar Taylor have made sure the woods are top notch. Made with rosewood laminate back and sides with a solid sitka spruce top this guitar sounds huge! It resonates and projects wonderfully with a classic folk acoustic tone that plenty of you will love.
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The 214ce is not just your regular acoustic however as it has Taylors ES-T pickup and preamp system installed so you can take this guitar on stage with nothing extra required. By using a single under saddle transducer that has separate elements for each string you get a crisp and clear sound that will sound great on any stage. Never be caught out with bad sound live again.
Here's what Taylor say about the 214CE
Our solid-wood acoustic/electric line encompasses a rich range of woods and tones, offering something to inspire every type of player. Featuring a cutaway and our exceptional Expression System pickup, you'll always sound your best, whether unplugged or amplified.
- Type/Shape: 6-String Grand Auditorium
- Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood Laminate
- Top: Sitka Gloss
- Soundhole Rosette: Plastic
- Neck: Sapele
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Fretboard Inlay: Pearloid Dots
- Headstock Overlay: Indian Rosewood
- Binding: White
- Bridge: Ebony
- Nut & Saddle: Tusq
- Tuning Machines: Enclosed, Die-Cast Chrome Plated
- Strings: Elixir Light Gauge Strings with NANOWEB Coating
- Scale Length: 25 1/2 Inches
- Truss Rod: Adjustable
- Neck Width at Nut: 1 11/16 Inches
- Number of Frets: 20
- Fretboard Radius: 15 Inches
- Bracing: X-Brace
- Finish: Satin with Gloss Top
- Color Options: Natural
- Sunburst Options: None
- Cutaway: Venetian
- Electronics: Taylor ES-T
- Left-Handed: Available; No Charge
- Body Width: 16 Inches
- Body Depth: 4 5/8 Inches
- Body Length: 20 Inches
- Overall Length: 41 Inches
- Case: Taylor Hard Bag
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 08 May 2015
Quality sounding and looking guitar, sounds huge
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 24 November 2014
Really helpful staff, great advice, practice room incredibly helpful, ended up spending much more than I intended but totally worth it. I live in London but I'd rather bypass Denmark Street and make the trip to Guildford.
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 21 March 2014
Good sound and playability. Real shame the veneer...
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 01 January 2014
excellent quality acoustic guitar. Great tone
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 01 January 2014
my boyfriend absolutely adores this guitar. i can't comment but he thinks it's the best thing ever.
John | Purchase date: 07 June 2013
I wanted a steel string accoustic that has a great sound without breaking the bank. The choice of options in stock was varied and thanks to the ever useful staff I settled on the Taylor with great looks and rich sound naturally or via the amp.
Steve | Purchase date: 06 June 2013
I bought this for my son, who had played a reasonably good acoustic off and on for years. He hasn't put this Taylor down since he got it. I've owned Taylors for some years and am delighted with these guitars.
Will | Purchase date: 27 July 2012
Absolutely brilliant guitar! Neck feels beautiful and the sound is rich and full. Couldn't dig it anymore!
Joe | Purchase date: 30 November 2011
Amazing guitar and well worth the money. Sound-wise, it's bright, clear, lively and loud, with enough bass. It's ridiculously easy to play, the shape is perfect for me and the fretboard feels quick and comfortable. With regards to looks, it's classy, understated and relatively unfussy. Some might interpret the understated look as plain, but with guitars in this league you need to pay double or triple to get fancy inlays.
I originally bought the 210e but within 48 hours realised that the dreadnought shape wasn't right for me and felt uncomfortable. Exchanged no problem. This is my first really nice guitar so it had to be as close to perfect for my budget as I could get. I absolutely love it and prefer it over the Martin's at this level. Overall, very happy indeed.
Ryan Marc Jennet | Purchase date: 27 December 2010
I was very unsure about this acoustic because of the back and sides. They are made of a laminate and it does really affect the sound. My other guitar is a brunswick and it is also a laminate back and sides but cost far less. I chose the taylor because i thought that with a taylor i'd pick it up and play more but it just sat in the corner once i heard that it wasn't much different to my brunswick. I ended up selling it and buying a takamine EF341 instead. I seriously do not recommend this guitar as it seems that you are paying for a name rather than quality.
Rob | Purchase date: 15 August 2010
I spent the best part of a (gap) year guitar hunting and played and tried what seemed like an infinite number of guitars but nothing felt quite right...until I played the Taylor 214ce. For my price range of less than £1000 I struggled to find anything that played as easily or with such a rich full sound. For a while I was worried about buying a guitar with laminate back and sides but in the end I went for it because quite frankly it sounded heaps better than full wood guitars in the same price range.
Would definitely recommend!