Taylor Professional Quality Acoustic Guitars

Taylor Guitars: Professional Quality Acoustic Guitars

Every guitarist deserves to own a professional-quality acoustic guitar. If you’re on the hunt for something special, and you refuse to compromise, you should try out a Taylor Acoustic Guitar.

Since Taylor Guitars first launched in 1974, the company has grown to become one of the leading manufactures of premium acoustic guitars. Taylors Guitars is best known for “blending modern, innovative manufacturing techniques with a master craftsman’s attention to detail.”

Popular Taylor Models

Taylor Mini Guitars

The ideal solution to musicians on the go, children, or players with smaller hands. The Taylor Mini series might be physically small, but they deliver a huge tone.

This mahogany-top edition of our hugely popular GS Mini–featuring a scaled-down version of our Grand Symphony body style–combines the appealing look of mahogany’s dark, rich-grained complexion with a clear, controlled response that helps level out a player’s strumming attack. Between the compact size, easy playability, and full-voiced tone and projection, players at every level will love having their Mini within arm’s reach wherever they may be.

This addition to the popular GS Mini family features layered walnut back and sides paired with a solid Sitka spruce top. Like its other Mini siblings, our modern-day parlour guitar has wowed the world with its fun-size appeal, packing a grown-up guitar voice into a scaled-down form that fits perfectly into everyday life.

This mahogany-top edition of the Baby Taylor will yield a slightly darker, earthier tone than its spruce top sibling. The pint-size mini-Dreadnought was originally inspired by a desire to provide a smaller, starter-size guitar for kids and a legitimate musical companion for travellers, but players have since adapted it for their needs in all sorts of creative ways, from high-stringing it to set it up to play lap slide, to embracing alternate tunings that add unique acoustic flavours to recordings.

Taylor 100 Series

The Taylor 100 series guitars all feature a solid Sitka spruce top with laminated Walnut back and sides. If you want a guitar that delivers on tone without breaking the bank, the 100-series is perfect for you.

Taylor 110CE

The Taylor 110CE cutaway edition is ideal for flatpickers and strummers alike. It offers strong, clear treble notes that will make solos shine. The guitar features Taylor’s signature thin-profile neck and is both resilient and visually appealing. Taylor’s ES2 pickup cleanly translates the guitar’s tonal nuances into a warm amplified acoustic voice that lets your playing come through loud and clear.

Taylor 200 Series

For guitarists who want a guitar that is as visually stunning as it sounds, the 200 series is an ideal solution. With Rosewood or Koa bodies, each guitar in the 200 series will look different.

The Taylor 110CE cutaway edition is ideal for flatpickers and strummers alike. It offers strong, clear treble notes that will make solos shine. The guitar features Taylor’s signature thin-profile neck and is both resilient and visually appealing. Taylor’s ES2 pickup cleanly translates the guitar’s tonal nuances into a warm amplified acoustic voice that lets your playing come through loud and clear.

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Sustainability: Taylor's Approach to Tone Wood

Paramount to the building ethos of Taylor guitars is ethical, sustainable wood sourcing. In order to ensure that they meet this stringent standard, Taylor takes a two-prong approach.

Buy wood from legal sources

The illegal wood trade has been rated as “the most profitable natural resource crime and accounts for 10 to 30 percent of the global trade in timber products”.

Taylor goes to great lengths to ensure that all the wood they use is from legal logging operations. If managed correctly forests are a fully renewable resource. By working closely with wood suppliers, Taloy gives you the peace of mind that your new guitar won’t negatively impact the environment.

Be Efficient

We’ve all heard the adage of measure twice, cut once. Taylor takes this philosophy to a new level. The team at Taylor don’t simply reduce how much waste they produce, they have actively reduced how much wood they use to build a guitar.

Taylor pioneered a new neck design which yields 50% more necks from each tree. To sweeten the deal, these new necks also offer a more stable, playable instrument.

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