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[NAMM] Taylor 300 Shaded Edgeburst guitars

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Taylor 320e SEB
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Taylor 320e SEB

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Taylor belonging to the 300 Shaded Edgeburst series.

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Taylor Guitars introduced at Summer NAMM new limited acoustic-electric guitars in the 300 Series that feature Shaded Edgeburst mahogany tops.

The new 300 Shaded Edgeburst limited edition includes the 320e-SEB Dreadnought, 322e-SEB Concert, 324e-SEB Grand Auditorium, 326e Baritone SEB with a 27” scale length and tuned from B to B, as well as the 360e-SEB 12 string models.

All these guitars received a special Shaded Edgeburst mahogany top for a vintage look, back and sides are made of sapele. They also feature a mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard with 4mm Dot inlays and a rosewood veneer headstock. Taylor chose a satin finish and an Expression System 2 pickup/preamp is present on each model.

All guitars ship with Elixir string and a hard shell. Each model retails for $2,178.

 

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