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Affectionately called the "you asked for it" guitar and constructed in limited quantities, the 12-fret XXXV-TF is designed to pair vintage acoustic concepts from yesteryear with Taylor craftsmanship.

This is what Taylor had to say:

“With a warm, vintage voice, the XXXV-TF, a guitar named so for its 12 frets from the nut to the edge of the body, features a back and sides of spectacular AA-grade koa, an Engelmann spruce top, and a slotted headstock crowned with ebony. The geometry of the neck, body, and bridge design in relation to each other translates into modern yet vintage tones.”

Appointments include a bone nut and saddle, green heart abalone top trim, a single abalone rosette and a koa peghead backstrap. To honor the company’s 35th anniversary, the 18-fret mahogany neck features the “35” inlay between the 11th and 12th frets, and is amplified with the Expression System.

Pricing & Availability
The XXXV-TF will be offered at a suggested retail price of $6,998. All 35th Anniversary models will come with a certificate of authenticity signed by Taylor co-founders Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug. The 35th Anniversary guitars are expected to be available in North America in early fall and internationally in late winter.

For more information, visit www.taylorguitars.com.
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