The Taylor 110 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar gives you crisp, sweet tone with great visual appeal from an ebony fretboard and detailed finish. Refined traditional guitar shape and scalloped X-bracing ac... Read More
The Taylor 110 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar gives you crisp, sweet tone with great visual appeal from an ebony fretboard and detailed finish. Refined traditional guitar shape and scalloped X-bracing accentuate the open, airy midrange you expect from a Taylor. Responds especially well to flat picking and heavy strumming.
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As close to perfect as you can buy
The Taylor 110 is the entry-level acoustic from one of the top names in the business. It?s at the low-end of the cost spectrum for a premium name (not cheap, but...Read complete review
The Taylor 110 is the entry-level acoustic from one of the top names in the business. It?s at the low-end of the cost spectrum for a premium name (not cheap, but affordable), and yet it still offers that amazing, powerful Taylor sound. The guitar itself is comfortable. This was my first major guitar purchase, and I find it to be the easiest one for everything from holding it to arm position for strumming to switching chords. It seems to always be the first guitar I reach for when I practice, and the one I must have with me when leaving the house to go play. The guitar has been a breeze to care for. I keep it in its gig bag when not in use. The finish doesn?t pick up marks and it holds up to extended playing. I haven?t had any problems changing the strings or with any other care, and the guitar stays in tune for an extended amount of time. I?ve tried, played and purchased other guitars since buying the 110, including more Taylors, and this one holds up to the others in quality. In fact, for the price it simply can?t be topped. If I had to replace any of my other guitars, I might not buy the same model. There is not a doubt in my mind though that I will always have a Taylor 110 in my collection.
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The new Taylor 110 is "just okay" I've heard better guitars with lower price tags. My thoughts would be to someone looking for a back-up it's fine, but for those thinking...Read complete review
The new Taylor 110 is "just okay" I've heard better guitars with lower price tags. My thoughts would be to someone looking for a back-up it's fine, but for those thinking it's going to be like the high-end Taylors, you'll only end up getting the name and disappointment. Build is good, sound is okay but kinda muffled, neck fit is really up to the player and what feels good for them. If it was stolen, I would really care less, I'd take the insurance money and buy something else next time.
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I played a ton of Taylors, Martins, Seagull, and Gibsons in a couple of different Guitar Center stores. The 110 fits my playing style perfectly. Great highs and the lows have enough presence that they don't get drowned out (a problem i noticed with some of the other higher dollar models that really turned me away from them). Best yet, when i bought my 110 they had to get it from the back and took it right out of the unopened box for me, so it was literally brand new. Not one that countless people have played that was hanging on the wall. I love the size and shape of the neck. All my other guitars had gloss finishes on them, but after getting my 110 without a gloss finish on it, i'll never buy another gloss guitar. Bottom line, it is the best guitar i played in the price range and better than most in a higher price range. Buy it!
I first bought a fender solid wood top acoustic;but thought it lacked something looked at Taylor,Takamine.Went with the Taylor 110 Love the tone and build of it.I couldnt believe what i heard when i first strummed this guitar..Needless to say it is at home with me and well I can not put it down and yes I have an electric for me shredding fun;but this one takes the candy like a kid on Halloween!!!
This is my second guitar and I must say this guitar is amazing! I have played on my friends Martin, Takamine, Fenders and many more but none of them have the quality of the Taylor. Even though this is Taylors base model; it still plays as if it is a high end model. It has a very crisp and gorgeous sounds. The action on it is amazing and effortless. I have owned this guitar for a few months now and I have had no problems what-so-ever. This guitar is great for any type of style you would want to play. I personally like it for finger picking because every note is precise and crisp. If you are thinking about buying a mid lever guitar, buy this one! Its mid level price and high level quality surpasses anything I have seen or played by fare!
I've been playing a few years, and have bought and sold several guitars over the past couple of years. This is by far my favorite guitar of the bunch. The tone is rich and full when strumming, well balanced across all strings, and the nut width & string spacing, for me, is perfect for fingerstyle playing (I realize it could be tight for those with larger hands, however). Action was perfect - most other guitars I've had required an initial setup - not this one, true to Taylor's reputation. Great guitar for the price - and is now my go-to guitar!
This guitar is a great guitar for any one to play. Stays in tune very well and looks great the neck is slim which is great. Over all it is a great buy for the money.
I went to GC looking for an intermediate-level instrument that wouldn't break the bank. After playing nearly every acoustic guitar on the shelves including Martins and other opulent brands far beyond my price range, a friend handed me the Taylor 110. The simple, no frills appearance left me with many doubts, however upon playing the first few chords I was completely sold. It seemed much louder in comparison to anything I had played before, despite being so lightweight. Also, it rendered a dynamic clarity that I believed was reserved only for high-end professional models. Although modest from a visual perspective, the extensive quality of the action, neck, fretboard, ect. become striking prevelant while playing. I have now had this guitar for over 6 months and have never looked back since. Within that time I have grown to love the plain satin finish on the beautiful Spruce top and sapele laminate. I plan to keep it forever and have ample confidence in it's longevity; it seems to be built like a tank. Overall I would recommend this guitar to any serious musician seeking a new intermediate acoustic.
I went into Guitar Center today and decided to play this guitar. When I first strung the guitar I was shocked. I couldn't believe how AMAZING this guitar sounded. I played with a few other Taylor and Martin guitars but, I kept on going back to the 110. There were other guitars that cost 4 times more and this guitar was equal if not better. The quality of this guitar is superb. It is fun and easy to play with. I would HIGHLY recommend this to anyone looking for an amazing guitar at a reasonable price.
After looking, playing and seeing a vast number of models and makers I settled on the Drednaught....the sound is clear and clean. Wonderful instrument and would not trade my choice for any other in comparable catagory. I highly recommend to anyone that has looked at Martins, Breedloves, or Gibsons. Try it out....and you will see it far surpasses any of the competition. Even much more expensive guitars do not have the tone quality this unit produces. I'm extremely pleased in my choice.
I had been schlepping my big, old, battered and beloved Guild jumbo in it's hardshell case between my two homes. And i mean schlepping. When I fly I walk to the subway, subway to the airport, take the airport train and then walk a long distance to my terminal. With a suitcase and a guitar. Finally, my wife said something to the effect of "listen you cheap ......., treat yourself to a second guitar for your other home. Knowing my battered old Guild is valued at 2 grand, I figured I would be disappointed with any guitar that I could buy new for about $500. Playing the Taylor 110 Dreadnaught for 10mi minutes totally changed my mind. I've never had the 2 guitars side by side, but i was amazed at the volume and the sustain of the MUCH lighter Taylor. Again, without playing them back to back, it's hard to compare, but I can say I enjoy playing the Taylor just as much. It's besides the volume and sustain, the action is excellent and it's a looker. Nothing about it is cheap. IMHO, you can't go wrong with one.
I have been playing guitar for many years and finally decided it was time to upgrade from my old Seagull Guitar. Went to the store and tried out various lower end Martins, but nothing compared to this Taylor. Has a strong rich sound and very durable strings.
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