Is the Taylor 314ce worth it?

Is the Taylor 314ce worth it?

If you’re into the Taylor sound, definitely, get one. If not, look at something else – Larrivee, Alvarez Yairis, and some of the higher-end Seagulls if you can deal with the huge neck. 314ce’s are great. They play so well and are so comfortable to hold.

Is a Taylor guitar a good guitar?

Taylor guitars have a more modern sound – usually very crisp, balanced and articulate. Over the last 10 years or so, they’ve grown so much to become one of the biggest and most popular acoustic guitar brands in the world, rivalling (or perhaps complementing) the likes of Martin and Gibson.

Why are Taylor guitars easier to play?

A guitar’s neck profile varies from brand to brand. Taylor’s neck profile is slimmer than many other guitar brands. This makes it easier to wrap your hand around it to fret notes and form chords.

What size is the Taylor 314CE?

Taylor 314ce – Sitka Spruce / Sapele

Tuning Machines Taylor Nickel
Scale Length 648 mm (25-1/2″)
Case Taylor Deluxe Hardshell
Hand Orientation Right
Number of Strings 6

What is a Taylor 314CE made of?

Taylor 314CE Features The Taylor 314 acoustic guitar is made of a solid Sitka spruce top and solid sapele back and sides with V-class bracing. This guitar has an ebony fretboard, Tusq nut and Micarta saddle, and nickel tuners.

Which Taylor guitars are made in USA?

Anything that’s a 200 series or lower (so that’s the 100 series, GS Minis, Baby range and Academies) are made in the Mexican factory. The 300 range and upwards are all made in America.

Why do Taylor guitars sound so good?

The older they get, the better they sound Thanks to the combination of high quality tonewoods and superb quality, yet light finishing process that Taylor use, each guitar whether it utilises Sapele, Koa, Sitka Spruce, Mahogany and Koa to name a few, evolves slightly each year.

Is V Class bracing better?

V-Class bracing makes the top more in tune with the vibrating strings. This eliminates much of the interference that causes some notes to waver and sound slightly out of tune. As a result, notes and chords played anywhere on the neck are more consistent and in tune with each other.

When did Taylor switch V bracing?

Launched in 2018, Taylor’s V-Class bracing was developed by Master Guitar Designer Andy Powers exclusively in the company’s Grand Auditorium body shape.

  • August 22, 2022