The Taylor 110 Left-Handed Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar gives crisp, sweet tone. It has great visual appeal from an ebony fretboard and detailed finish. Refined traditional shape and scalloped X bracin... Click To Read More About This Product
The Taylor 110 Left-Handed Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar gives crisp, sweet tone. It has great visual appeal from an ebony fretboard and detailed finish. Refined traditional shape and scalloped X bracing accentuate the open, airy midrange you expect from a Taylor. Responds especially well to flat picking and heavy strumming. Includes Taylor gig bag.
Solid Sitka spruce top
Sapele back and sides
Ebony fretboard and bridge
Enclosed die-cast chromeplated tuners
1-11/16" nut width
Included Taylor gig bag
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The best guitar I've owned so far. Solid feel, responsive, with very clear tone for the highs and deep resonate bass notes. Action is crisp and precise, well suited for both finger picking and strumming. Its also louder than you might expect - probably due to the thin coat of satin laquer that shows the natural beauty of the wood (not drenched in 1/8" of bullet proof gloss like some guitars out there). Plenty loud enough even without a pick. No disappointments with this guitar. Nice quality gig bag too. I tried more than a few lefy guitars in this price range before buying it and in my opinion it leaves the competition in the dust, and its made in North America. Thanks Taylor for putting out such a great guitar at this price - we lefties appreciate it!
For this price this guitar is really unbeatable! especially being a lefty! The neck feels like a natural wood not gloss finished neck like my Washburn. the tone is rich an crisp! I strummed simple open C, G, D an my mom (who hates when i bring my guitar over an play for hours) says "I could listen to that all night" an i wasnt surprised at all! I fell in love with this instrument the first strum. If your in the market an looking to spend a little extra than an average guitar this guitar is definitely worth giving a look at.