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Published on 05/21/05 at 17:44
Taylor, everyone knows, finishing and impeccable execution, volume bass, treble on the table, and a knob on the splint 5election

UTILIZATION

Channel super easy access to acute superb ergonomics and perfect, but the sound, then there ....... big disappointment, but very big. I tried the custom model KOA for 8 days approx. on stage and in studio. Sounds "picking" are good, electro sounds, too, but then to believe that we can sound out a rhythm on that, it's really not. For some titles, it can be good, but it is not at all, but then not at all an acoustic guitar sound .... it's something .... finally .... hard to say a sound weird, solo, for the electro is ok, but for solo acoustic version is purely delirium, it is catastrophic, see between bad and very bad.

SOUNDS

Plugged into an avalon vt737sp, then an LR Baggs DI, then a TUBE amp 50 and live on a Yamaha 01V, the results are pretty kif kif oped for the sounds, see previous article

OVERALL OPINION

The guitar is beautiful, that's for sure, a great look and a perfect implementation, the value for money and ok, but it must support this substitute for his "sound". I play a taylor 510, a Guild F50 and a Larrivee, I will never change for a t5. This is the first time I am disappointed with Taylor, even if he said things without increasing their ad by specifying that it is possible to play acoustic and electric, unless their vision of the acoustics do s ORDER at picking
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