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  • le reverendle reverend

    A "small" that Taylor no longer made

    Taylor 422Published on 10/05/12 at 03:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Grand Concert guitar format (format 000) very handy.
    Spruce quite late. Maple back and sides. Mahogany neck. Rosewood head veneer. Ebony fingerboard and bridge. Bone nut. Mechanical oil bath. Not passing through the string table.
    Series 400 corresponded to an input range from Taylor's 422 is still beautiful maple is still very literally.
    Top quality

    Case beautiful and adjusted.

    UTILIZATION

    Quality and aesthetics of wood blameless.
    Good sound projection. Guitar powerful for its size.
    Handle fast and comfortable.
    Guitar very comfortable (small: all those who have tried hard to return to large format Dreadnought!)
    Its very serious and acute; few mediums (which I lov…
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    Grand Concert guitar format (format 000) very handy.
    Spruce quite late. Maple back and sides. Mahogany neck. Rosewood head veneer. Ebony fingerboard and bridge. Bone nut. Mechanical oil bath. Not passing through the string table.
    Series 400 corresponded to an input range from Taylor's 422 is still beautiful maple is still very literally.
    Top quality

    Case beautiful and adjusted.

    UTILIZATION

    Quality and aesthetics of wood blameless.
    Good sound projection. Guitar powerful for its size.
    Handle fast and comfortable.
    Guitar very comfortable (small: all those who have tried hard to return to large format Dreadnought!)
    Its very serious and acute; few mediums (which I love), this being due to the maple.
    No cut for treble.
    No amplification.

    SOUNDS

    I use this guitar picking, blues, chords, a lot actually. The sound is specific to maple (regardless of media), so you must love. At the time I bought the same model was also crated and sides mahogany.
    The sound can be very clean or slightly dirty, little to be played with this intention.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Attention, small guitars must be very good, otherwise the sound will narrow.
    In Taylor, no surprise, it is calibrated quality (beware portfolio). Bought new a few years ago, it ages well. The handle has hardly budged (a visit to review the setting in Open Tuning seller to Pigalle, thank you again for the service and advice), the sound is great and it should continue to improve with the years.

    This format guitar quite old and very fashionable, has its fans including myself: comfort and softness.
    Try one, you will understand!
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  • e-axe le vieuxe-axe le vieux

    Taylor 422Published on 08/26/03 at 03:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Grand Concert guitar format (format 000) trs handy.
    Table pica rather thin. Wicker covers the bottom and in Rabl. Mahogany. Rosewood head plate. Button and bridge bne. Bone nut. Mcaniques dhuile bath. Strings that do not cross the table.
    The series 400 is an entry in Taylor: When the 422 is even beautiful, as always the Saddle trs figure.
    Quality irrprochable

    Case magnificent adj.

    UTILIZATION

    Aesthetics and quality of wood irrprochables.
    Good projection of sound. Guitar powerful for its size.
    Channel fast and comfortable.
    Guitar trs comfortable (small: those who have tried hard to go back to large size dreadnought!)
    Its very serious and acute, short mdiums (I lik…
    Read more
    Grand Concert guitar format (format 000) trs handy.
    Table pica rather thin. Wicker covers the bottom and in Rabl. Mahogany. Rosewood head plate. Button and bridge bne. Bone nut. Mcaniques dhuile bath. Strings that do not cross the table.
    The series 400 is an entry in Taylor: When the 422 is even beautiful, as always the Saddle trs figure.
    Quality irrprochable

    Case magnificent adj.

    UTILIZATION

    Aesthetics and quality of wood irrprochables.
    Good projection of sound. Guitar powerful for its size.
    Channel fast and comfortable.
    Guitar trs comfortable (small: those who have tried hard to go back to large size dreadnought!)
    Its very serious and acute, short mdiums (I like) both of the Rabl.
    No dcoupe for treble.
    No amplification.

    SOUNDS

    I use this guitar picking, blues, chords, a lot actually. The sound is specific to Rabl (mdiums few), so you must love. O In the era I bought it, the same also with actual models and Clisse mahogany box.
    The sound can be trs own or a little dirty, as long as we play with that intention.
    .

    OVERALL OPINION

    Attention must be small guitars of good quality if not rev the sound will stick.
    In Taylor, no surprise, is calibrated quality (attention to the portfolio). Bought new a few years ago, it ages well. The handle was essentially unchanged (RVision of a visit to the seller rglage Open Tuning Pigalle, thank you again for the service and advice), the sound is beautiful and should be further improve with age.

    This format of guitar, older and more trs fashion, has its fans like myself: comfort and softness.
    Try one, you will understand!
    See less
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