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Taylor Guitars

Taylor are a world beater when it comes to acoustic guitars. Bringing together the very best of traditional manufacturing methods and modern innovation their guitars are highly prized and often sought-after...

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Taylor Guitars

Taylor were one of the first acoustic manufacturers to bring modern techniques that are now industry standard, from computer mills, lasers and other high-tech tools.

Renowned for their wonderful playing action and sweet, bell-like tones, Taylor guitars are a favourite among many modern players. Notable players include Jason Mraz, Taylor Swift and Dave Matthews.

History of Taylor Guitars

Based in California, Taylor Guitars was founded in 1974 by Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug. Taylor quickly grew, becoming one of the biggest acoustic guitar brands on the planet. For many musicians, you are either a Taylor or Martin player.

Taylor Guitars Range

Taylor produce instruments from an entry level point like the incredible Academy Series all the way up to their high-end instruments like the 800 and 900 Series. The 200 and 400 Series are some of the most popular acoustic guitars and can often be seen out on the road with working musicians.

Taylor Guitars FAQs

What makes Taylor guitars so good?

Taylor are one of the oldest and most prestigious acoustic guitar companies. They make their guitars using an incredible selection of tonewoods, and are built using revolutionary V class bracing with meticulous engineering and attention to detail.

Who plays Taylor guitars?

Taylor guitars are played by Dave Matthews, Tony Iommi, Taylor Swift, Jason Mraz, Zac Brown, John Petrucci and many more pro players.

What is the most expensive Taylor guitar?

The most expensive production Taylor guitars are found in the 900 series. These are made using sophisticated rosewood and spruce blends. They are also constructed using ebony arm bevel rests and feature only the best hardware.

Are older Taylor guitars better?

Older acoustic guitars of any prestigious make are usually considered more tonally desirable. This is because woods oxidise over time and are believed to become lighter and more resonant. In some cases, players also favour the worn-in feel.