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Taylor 510Publié le 08/22/06 à 11:24
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Made in California
I think this is a limited production between 1998 and 2000 (?)
form dreadnough
ebony handle
table "Engelmann" spruce
Mahogany Back & Sides
no cutaway

UTILIZATION

We feel it's good wood and not very hard rubber.
Depending on what you do, the handle is more or less "easy": great for the finger picking, exellent for the rhythm by banging against for a jazzy solo is harder!
But since I'm scratching my refretter (jumbo frets over by Barillon in Aix en Pce), the handle is a thousand times easier enjoyable! So now it's (almost) on top.
The handle can accept the open-tuning in general (eg DADGAD), but I had trouble with an open CGCGCF on the accuracy of C......
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Made in California
I think this is a limited production between 1998 and 2000 (?)
form dreadnough
ebony handle
table "Engelmann" spruce
Mahogany Back & Sides
no cutaway

UTILIZATION

We feel it's good wood and not very hard rubber.
Depending on what you do, the handle is more or less "easy": great for the finger picking, exellent for the rhythm by banging against for a jazzy solo is harder!
But since I'm scratching my refretter (jumbo frets over by Barillon in Aix en Pce), the handle is a thousand times easier enjoyable! So now it's (almost) on top.
The handle can accept the open-tuning in general (eg DADGAD), but I had trouble with an open CGCGCF on the accuracy of C major.

SOUNDS

Very typical folk guitar: rhythm, flat picking and finger picking.
the sound is very Western, with true color: great, but specialized. Execellent projection.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since 2000.
I négocicié when purchased (13000Frs) the installation of a sensor and a fishman preamp makes me many services live.
It was a good guitar, but now it's a great guitar as it has been sound with age (more color) and since refretage is (almost) a top use, or it even took the sound.
When I chose him among others of this price, my choice was determined by the agreement of G-plated quite simply: the natural compression had nothing to do with the other (Martin, Seagull , Takamine). Since I tried a 810, nothing more. As for the ratio Q / P: Taylor, it's too expensive. But I think I found a good model: I keep it!
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Taylor 510Publié le 02/13/10 à 01:11
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hello,
I bought a Taylor 510 CE new about 6 months ago. Nice finish, nice sound, very powerful and balanced. Nevertheless, I had to change by a luthier the Nut as strings (E and E acute severe) were too close to the edge of the neck (a problem also identified in other type of Taylor)
The maker has also set the handle for a more low strings sanding few frets. Otherwise the level of the expression system ... bof is the sound is flat with a slight hiss that is best expressed in acoustic guitar disconnected.
At price I paid € 2400 (€ 60 luthier), value for money means .... but it's a taylor ... , And it sounds "cathedral"

UTILIZATION

The handle had to be settled by a luthier (E & E......
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hello,
I bought a Taylor 510 CE new about 6 months ago. Nice finish, nice sound, very powerful and balanced. Nevertheless, I had to change by a luthier the Nut as strings (E and E acute severe) were too close to the edge of the neck (a problem also identified in other type of Taylor)
The maker has also set the handle for a more low strings sanding few frets. Otherwise the level of the expression system ... bof is the sound is flat with a slight hiss that is best expressed in acoustic guitar disconnected.
At price I paid € 2400 (€ 60 luthier), value for money means .... but it's a taylor ... , And it sounds "cathedral"

UTILIZATION

The handle had to be settled by a luthier (E & E acute severe near the edge of the handle)

Otherwise stick pleasant, very fine with good access to acute

The string action was too high of origin. Despite setting the luthier, slightly curly strings A and D

SOUNDS

yes

Sounds both high and low are good qualities: hot, they are very balanced

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months.
I did in fact test the range Taylor (310, 714, 716 .....)

I like the sound, finish, and under the action of the strings and the sound plugged

Value for money: Average

No, I think at this price: 2400 € + 100 €, I could have a more efficient and better suited to me!
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  • Manufacturer: Taylor
  • Model: 510
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/20/2004

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