Taylor NS32ce

Taylor NS32ce

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NS32ce, Acoustic-electric nylon string guitar from Taylor.

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Taylor NS32ce tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Taylor
  • Model: NS32ce
  • Category: Acoustic-electric nylon string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2002

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Taylor NS32ce user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 7 reviews )
 3 reviews43 %
 2 reviews29 %
 1 user review14 %

trisbone0's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" super skyscraper"

Taylor NS32ce
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model ns32ce


round top, light guitar
a concern on the new guitar on a mechanical, not normal at this price!
but quickly resolved by my luthier to avoid removal ...

great acoustic sound, very balanced, clean, but beware, it took a flatness and a setting in the luthier before for perfection!

and the preamp is very good, the sound is plugged excellent, precise, with a balance.
access to acute facilitated by the cutaway handle.


with AER perfect.
a perfect sound.


I kept a few years, but the lack of use has prompted me to sell it to regret.
Used I think it's a great guitar quality / price ratio.

However, if it fits like bossa jazz, it lacks the warmth that can be found on a flamenco or classical.

stefsax's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Taylor NS32ce
Small round, excellent for my small hands.
Serious adjustments, mid, treble and volume.
Made in the USA


a treat for my small hands!
almost perfect ergonomics.
easy access to acute due to the cutaway.
very good acoustics.


Yes, it suited me.
I've never used amp.
with nylon strings, excellent for Bossa, classical, pop, blues ...
rather its lens.


Used almost two years.
yes, I have tried a lot of other guitars: Yamaha, Tanglewood, Ovation, Takamine "Broc'n'Roll" in Nimes, incomparable selection (new and used) to hundreds of kilometers around!
I paid 1700 E in 2009, a bit expensive anyway.
excellent quality, very balanced sound (low, medium, high), but I am separated because in addition to a bad position by playing and start right shoulder tendinitis (right), I dropped my guitar activity.
A remake, I would choose a guitar 3/4 excellent acoustic bill compared to my small size and girth (Taylor and Martin ily has nylon strings if high sound range in 3/4).

oprade's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Taylor NS32ce
Made in the USA, one can easily find the features on the website of the manufacturer and sellers, but they differ from the new model as the Fishman for the old model (that I own):
Color: Natural
Format: Grand Concert Cutaway Nylon with
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back and Sides: Solid Sapele
Neck: Mahogany neck junction / case 12th fret
Fingerboard: Ebony 18 frets
Nut: Tusq
: 25.5
Nut Width: 44.45mm
Mark key: no
Shiny satin varnish on the table and the rest
Bridge: Ebony
Taylor lifts gold
Electronics: Fishman Prefix Pro (settings: volume, bass, middle, treble, brilliance, notch and phase inverter)
Supplied in hard case


Ergonomic point of view, the handle is easy or too thin or too wide, intermediate between a classical guitar and folk, but more closely resembling a folk key (slightly rounded). Very nice, fast and not at all tiring. Perhaps the only regret is acute, because the handle with junction at 12th fret, it lacks some notes but access is facilitated by the cutaway. The weight is perfect, light, and form large concert does not tire your arm while playing mostly sitting, I need to elevate my leg (a volume pedal for example).
Sound, no complaints, a clear response with a wide dynamic range (Sitka) and heat mediums. In acoustics, the projection is good but not exceptional, lacks a bit of chest as a classical concert, but once plugged into an amp like AER Compact 60 is that of happiness, clear and transparent with the Fishman. I have not tried the preamp Taylor installed the latest models, we not say good ...


This guitar is made for the stage, the sound is really clear and professional, I have no worries to boost me in the middle of other instruments. To stand out I rule with a little more shine on the Fishman.
The sounds are easily adjustable for bossa, jazz, French chanson ... you can play with almost everything.


I use it for 6/7 years, I play nylon Ovation 1980 I always, but I do not use on stage because of the preamp a bit overwhelmed, and a slot on the table Harmony following a trip to India. At the time of purchase, I tried the Takamine, a Lakewood nylon that I loved well, but Taylor fell into my arms and I have left over, I'm in love now sound, playability and aesthetics.
About value for money, this is above average, but it was worth it to save a little more to offer.
Maybe I would have preferred the model with the 14th fret neck, but the seller did not have at the time and I could not wait. I got used to it and I do not regret it.

reminoucho's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Natural sounds with the Fishman preamp"

Taylor NS32ce
Guitar made in USA. Nylon strings.
The wood ... I do not know!
Channel 19 frets (acute sib)
Preamp Fishman serious, mid, treble, brilliance and notch (anti feedback effective) volume.


Handle very nice, close enough, like a folk-round BUT junction box at 12th fret. Some junction box in the 14th. This can be annoying if you want to go in the treble, because of limited access is shot. Well it's a matter of taste, although the sound may be a little better with a 12 round non-cash boxes.
Very good ergonomics, rather lightly.
It is easy to get a good sound connected through the pre-amp FISHMAN, compared with the new series (2012) that uses a preamp "Taylor" I tried and for me sounds "plastic".


With this guitar, I play the French chanson, JAZZ, and bossa, this is ideal.
Not suitable for classical guitarists, I think!
I play this guitar connected.
Sounds pretty sweet with a lot of momentum. On a sound BOSE L1 Vii, the sound is natural, and every time I plugged the other hand, I've always had a good sound, not dry or muffled.


I use this guitar for 4 years. I almost sell because of its non-cash handle 12 boxes, I wanted to model 14 non-cash boxes. So I tried the new NS32 to 1650 euros (same price new mine), with the pre-amp "Taylor", and I decided to keep my guitar!
Finally, I think there is a confusion: it is not because this guitar has strings NYLON, it is necessarily dedicated to classical. This is an actual guitar, made to sing STING, Brassens, the JOBIM or play JAZZ standards, but LAGOYA ... Bad!

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