Used Taylor Guitar
It was at the tender age of 18 that Bob Taylor began creating guitars in a small workshop. It was much later when he teamed up with Kurt Listug who was the businessman in the partnership that they struggled for years to make it in the guitar industry. It was not until Kurt Listug literally went out and put in a huge amount of effort to search for new dealers after which they slowly but surely began to expand their tiny empire and by the year 2008 the Taylor Company had 550 employees.
2014 Taylor 816ce Grand Symphony New Specs 086
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Taylor Custom Shop BTO Grand Concert Florentine Mahogany Acoustic Guitar Natural
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2011 Taylor 712ce Grand Concert 063
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2014 Taylor 414ce N Grand Auditorium Nylon Acoustic Electric Guitar Natural
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Taylor 12 String Acoustic Electric Guitar Model 150e
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Taylor 214ce DLX Deluxe Grand Auditorium Acoustic Electric Natural Perfect Cond
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Taylor 320e Mahogany Top Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar Mint
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The difference in their guitars with their bolt on neck was that they had a continuous piece of wood that supported the fret board up to the 19th fret, this allowed for simple adjustment if needed later on.
Taylor Guitars are also famous for what they called their Pallet model, whereby old pallets where literally used to create guitars proving that good guitars don’t always have to come from expensive pieces of wood.
John Denver, Jackson Brown and sting are amongst the many artists who favour the Taylor Guitars who incidentally never pay musicians to promote their instruments, something which not all companies can admit to.
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