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Dating your taylor guitar

The guitar is sprayed, and then age-finished so it has that retro look.“They finish it the way it would have if it were living in a closet,” Engel said, “but there’s no nicks or dings.”He said a real ‘60s Telecaster in this shape would be worth $15,000 to $20,000. He said the Telecaster is made of up of a lightweight body wood, creating a thinner sound.“It's the Springsteen guitar, it's the Keith Richards guitar,” Engel said.

"It's not necessarily that it plays better, but with guitars every little detail factors into the final product.Taylor support the sustainable use of tonewoods, by not only minimising waste and maximising the amount of wood yielded from each tree, but by partnering with environmental groups and local communities internationally to create pioneering programs that serve as healthy models for responsible forestry.Taylor also embrace alternative woods that can be sourced responsibly and even operates an Ebony mill in Cameroon, and co-ops in Honduras so they can source mahogany responsibly for their guitars.If you haven't already played a Taylor guitar, they should definitely be on your 'Must Try Before You Die' list, as these exquisite guitars stand out from the crowd thanks to their high quality construction and attention to detail.Everything from the wood, to the hardware to the tonewoods is carefully selected to ensure you get a a hardworking, great sounding and completely comfortable guitar every time.The harder you play these things the more they love you for it!

Each guitar you pick up, whether it’s a budget friendly Taylor Baby BT2 Acoustic Guitar or the higher end Taylor 324e Mahogany Top Grand Auditorium Electro-Acoustic has been designed with playability and tonal quality at the forefront of the process.

Those guys made those guitars iconic.”Everyone has their own idea of what the best guitar is, Mc Kenna added.

Monmouth Music carries Martin and Fender — what he refers to as the classic models."When I think of acoustic guitars, (Martin) is the first brand I think of. "They have a ton of history, but it really depends on the person.

When you're putting all the best ingredients you can find, you're going to end up with a better guitar."Engel added that ornamentation is big with guitars.

The glitzier the guitar, the more impressive it looks, the more expensive it is, he said.

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