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MGR/Michael March 10/15/2006

Taylor 310ce : MGR/Michael March's user review

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I've played guitar for over 30 years. Took my first lesson at age 10. I play guitar and mandolin, and am currently in a folk/bluegrass trio, and a four-piece rock band. I like all styles of music!

My buddy in our band plays this guitar. He was looking to step up from his other acoustic. I had owned a Taylor and really liked it, he played it and went out and found himself one. He paid $1500 new for this Taylor.

This Taylor guitar is really nice! Mahogany back and sides, Sitka spruce top. The tuners are top notch, and the fit and finish of this instrument is what you'd expect from Taylor. My partner in our band plays this one. Comes with a great hardshelled case. This guitar is rather quiet though, I guess to be expected with the mahogany body. Not a very big bottom end. Somewhat thin top end. What makes up for this is the built-in pickup and preamp. You can dial in just about any sound you'd like, and this makes up for it's shortcomings. If you're looking for something more open acoustically, I'd look around. But a great value nontheless.

The only thing I don't like about this guitar is that the tone is somewhat quiet, and thin. I guess that's due to the mahogany back and sides.

Taylor quality is well known. This is a very nice guitar. Beautiful tone woods, great fit and finish, and a nice hardshell case.

This is a beautiful, quality Taylor guitar. I'd recommend it for anyone looking for a great acoustic. The built-in electronics make it very versatile.

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