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  • Taylor 210ce

    Taylor 210ce - "A Very Good Guitar"

    02/24/16

    It really is a very good guitar, easy to play, thin neck, lightweight and great sound in both finger picking and with a pick. Nice sound projection with a very good low/mid/treble balance in 100% acoustic. Right-hand technique is very important to g…

  • Taylor 214ce

    Taylor 214ce - "Gorgeous bursted top!"

    01/05/13

    The new color series from taylor has added a tobacco sunburst and solid black finish to most of the series in their catalogue. This is a very exciting update, especially concerning the lower priced models such as the 200 series, which benefit greatly…

  • Taylor 214

    Taylor 214 - "Taylor 214"

    03/20/04

    Purchased at Sam Ash for $500.00 after trade in. I wanted a new Acoustic to upgrade from the Dean I was playing. I was out to buy a Gibson or Martin only because of the popularity of them. So I had to have one as my upgrade. I hated the high a…

  • Taylor 214

    Taylor 214 - "Taylor 214"

    01/19/04

    I purchased this instrument at Sam Ash Music in California, back in September of 2003. I paid $749 plus tax. I originally chose this instrument for 4 reasons: It was the first guitar in the Taylor line that came with a hardshell case. It was compl…

  • Taylor 214

    Taylor 214 - "Taylor 214"

    09/21/03

    I purchased the taylor 214 at Senseney Music store In Wichita, Ks. The Taylor 214 Comes with Hardshell case for $748.00 plus tax. The 214 is made in U.S.A. in California, It is a very warm toned guitar with the solid Sapelle, back and sides. The Res…

  • Taylor 214

    Taylor 214 - "Taylor 214 Taylor ( Newest Addition )"

    09/07/03

    Senseney Music Store Wichita, Ks. Had bought a baby taylor for my grandson and was looking to purchase a Big Baby for my wife but Ended up with a much nicer model. The 214 was $760 with a hardcase included in price. The Construction of the Guitar is…

  • Taylor 214ce

    Taylor 214ce - " Excellent classic with an easy handle!"
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    03/25/14

    I chose this guitar for its sound and especially the handle that is easy to play, slightly concave and has easy access to the 17th fret with cutaway! Micro, I has nothing. The only thing certain is that with a Marshall amp AS100, the sound is wond…

  • Taylor 214ce

    Taylor 214ce - " Excellent guitar"
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    03/22/14

    Taylor - 214ce N Nylon - acoustic electric guitars Nylon strings String handle as long and thin (a marvel to play) Grand Auditorium Cutaway Nylon Sides: Laminated Rosewood Sitka Spruce table Electronics ES-N ®: not a breath perfect quali…

  • Taylor 214ce

    Taylor 214ce - " Not a true classic but true good guitar"
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    01/06/14

    It's a Mexican, the table is made of spruce macif. Back and eclises are wooden reported. Nylon string ebony fingerboard. All very well mounted UTILIZATION I wanted a nylon string acoustic for a few pieces and I do not want to be completely o…

  • Taylor 214ce

    Taylor 214ce - " Not bad"
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    02/21/13

    Cutaway guitar (I forget the source) UTILIZATION Good grip SOUNDS Taylor guitars deliver an exceptional sound quality! For an entry-level, it is doing it is not too bad OVERALL OPINION Guitar kept 2 years, with whom I played a lot and …