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Taylor K10ce

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Taylor belonging to the Koa series

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Omar ShaloOmar Shalo

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Taylor K10cePublished on 11/12/13 at 09:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
USA. Taylor therefore handle end cutaway koa on the bottom of the soundboard etc. ..

UTILIZATION

handle very nice, very decent preamp. It helps me because I play amplified with a drummer, a bassist and a singer. The percussion on the soundboard does not sound very well with the Taylor Expression System.

SOUNDS

clear. setting at noon on 3 knobs is not bad. It suits my style of music, and it sounds much better than a Taylor 814. It is not a good Martin, but it is easier to play and preamps are already installed and in good quality, is what motivated my investment.

OVERALL OPINION

2 or 3 years. Very easy to play, nice sound (but not worth a good Martin, I said). By against...…
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USA. Taylor therefore handle end cutaway koa on the bottom of the soundboard etc. ..

UTILIZATION

handle very nice, very decent preamp. It helps me because I play amplified with a drummer, a bassist and a singer. The percussion on the soundboard does not sound very well with the Taylor Expression System.

SOUNDS

clear. setting at noon on 3 knobs is not bad. It suits my style of music, and it sounds much better than a Taylor 814. It is not a good Martin, but it is easier to play and preamps are already installed and in good quality, is what motivated my investment.

OVERALL OPINION

2 or 3 years. Very easy to play, nice sound (but not worth a good Martin, I said). By against mechanical on the head, covered with gold, ca feared too much moisture. a concert in a wet bar and the pieces were stitched after all! Watch out for the lovers of big tie, I wanted to put a stronger pull on some strings (I play in open tuning), the guitar was not supported! I can bring it to the store to set the handle and resolve to a set of standard string pulling.
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  • Manufacturer: Taylor
  • Model: K10ce
  • Series: Koa
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/25/2012

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