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Taylor NS52-CEPublished on 01/10/08 at 04:27
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Made in the USA, 18 frets, cutaway, Fishman Pro Blend preamp (sensor and microphone). This is not a classical guitar, the neck is a little less wide and curved like the folk or electric guitar.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice and comfortable, excellent access to acute, it is a light guitar like all Taylor. What I really like is the ease to have a game clean and precise. The action is superb and I like the slight curve of the handle that is played almost like an electric guitar.

SOUNDS

In my opinion it is less suitable for the classic (as the purists would say) but it can lend itself to, and if all the music that you would want to have the nylon (bossa, jazz, folk or even) as......
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Made in the USA, 18 frets, cutaway, Fishman Pro Blend preamp (sensor and microphone). This is not a classical guitar, the neck is a little less wide and curved like the folk or electric guitar.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice and comfortable, excellent access to acute, it is a light guitar like all Taylor. What I really like is the ease to have a game clean and precise. The action is superb and I like the slight curve of the handle that is played almost like an electric guitar.

SOUNDS

In my opinion it is less suitable for the classic (as the purists would say) but it can lend itself to, and if all the music that you would want to have the nylon (bossa, jazz, folk or even) as the Other models of the nylon, the sound is not very strong (it seems they are working on it), but it is very nice, round and warm.
Like the rest of the series nylon, equipped with a Fishman Pro Blend preamp. I want to say that the sound is superparfait, but I am very allergic to the nylon amplified by the integrated systems (Godin, Ovation, even Gibson) and I to be honest, I would say its kind of the sound is beautiful but I think I'll use an external microphone to record it, except perhaps solo.

OVERALL OPINION

I did that for three weeks, but I have spent whole days to play. I love the comfort, accuracy, a little more volume would not have minded but I really like the sound.
Since I bought it for € 1000 ($ 1300 - new price approx. $ 3200) new, I confirm that the price / quality ratio is more than good! I think I do it again the same choice for the budget.
I had the choice between a NS62ce with lots of scratches and it almost new. It's true that a NS62CE look fabulous, it was finally sold for over € 2000 while the difference between the two models at the base is only $ 400. The sound of the NS62CE is less friendly, and one in the other my choice fell on the NS52CE.
After a year and a half: This is my favorite guitar (I have a lot ...), I love this guitar!
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  • Manufacturer: Taylor
  • Model: NS52-CE
  • Category: Acoustic-electric nylon string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/12/2007

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