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Taylor 114e
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Taylor 114e
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«  Excellent! »

Publié le 12/03/10 à 08:34
The 114th was made in Mexico, it has 20 frets, a microphone says a new piezo-ES '3potards, treble, bass and volume! :)

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, it slides easily, the shape is interesting that this development has not a cut, again, it's very light!

The access to the treble is not easy, in the shape of the guitar (no cutaway) but for me this guitar is not made for solos!

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SOUNDS

This guitar is perfectly suited to my style of music (trip, pop, blues, rock ..).
I play with my house on Main-'Cubase' with a pedal chorus / reverb. Or nothing!
I prefer / hate no sound, I love all the sounds of this guitar!
I have been using

OVERALL OPINION

1year and a half before I try this guitar for guitar called 'average' Ibanez, Cort ...
The only guitar that I liked was the old guitar my father (Takamine EN20 of 1988) for his attack. I wanted a good guitar and I'm tempted by Taylor, Bon Raport money.

I would do without hesitation that choice, this guitar is for me a very good guitar and a super powerful sound!

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