New Taylor area in our guitar department

New Taylor area in our guitar department

We now have a new area in our store dedicated to Taylor! Over 48 guitars are displayed, including information about the different models, from the Dreadnought to the Grand Symphony: shapes, materials used and sounds, with a detailed look at all the characteristics of the guitars!

The guitars are not just there for the pleasure of your eyes, but also for the pleasure of your ears, as of course you’re free to play them as well! Among others, you will find that the 200, 600 and 700 series are ready to be tested.

Photos of the Taylor display area

About Taylor

Taylor was founded by Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug in 1974, and is now one of the world’s leading guitar manufacturers of premium acoustic guitars. Based in El Cajon, California with over 900 employees, they produce hundreds of guitars a day, distributed to 60 different countries.

Widely recognized for their notable innovations, such as the patented “Taylor Neck” and “Expression System”(ES2) pickup, their innovative approach to guitar designs and outstanding craftsmanship, was quick to catch on among guitarists, capturing their hearts with their clear sounds and smooth playability.

Popular models

 

In October, Andy Powers master luthier at Taylor, visited Thomann and spoke with us about the latest Taylor models and his passion for guitar! Enjoy the video!

 

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Lawrence started playing the electric guitar because of his passion for rock music. Back in the day he played in a metal band, but now plays more for himself.

2 comments

    Amazing guitars you make.A guitarplayer for 34 years and Me being left handed i have the hardest time finding good left hand guitars,so in the future i might order a left hand instrument from you.i love the exotic woods of your guitars,some of them actually a little too flashy in the woodgrain,well it is a matter of taste iguess.kindly Erik Lawaetz.

    Wow….very impressive! Although I have quite a long distance, I’ll visit you right after Xmas to check out some acoustics as I need a Dreadnought and one for travelling … so be prepared 😀

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