Taylor's Indian rosewood laminate 210-G-L was designed to give players an inspiring playing experience from their Taylor guitar and arm them with a fun tool that can cover a lot of musical application... Click To Read More About This Product
Taylor's Indian rosewood laminate 210-G-L was designed to give players an inspiring playing experience from their Taylor guitar and arm them with a fun tool that can cover a lot of musical applications, all at a reasonable price point.
The left-handed Taylor 210 is a quality dreadnought guitar, featuring a solid Sitka spruce top, for a bold sound in a classic acoustic guitar appearance. Whether you're in the early stages of woodshedding or you're just looking for a killer value, you can't go wrong with this beauty.
Dreadnought Guitar Body
The Taylor dreadnought is a focused guitar with plenty of presence, recently redesigned to be even more assertive. It's the traditional choice for the traditional guitar player; the Taylor 210 is perfect to drive with a heavy pick.
Solid Sitka spruce top with Indian rosewood laminate back and sides
The beauty of Indian rosewood is captivating on this lefty acoustic guitar. The laminate back and sides are paired with a solid Sitka spruce top, producing a full, rich tone with ample volume, resonance, and sustain.
Breathtaking finish options and ecologically-sound technology is what the Taylor finishing department is focused on. Taylor's guitar finishes are among the thinnest and most durable available.
With a 15" radius and 1-7/8" neck width at the nut, Taylor's nylons offer steel-string acoustic guitar players a smooth crossover to a fresh sonic texture, and the lighter string tension on the 210-G-L lefty guitar adds an extra helping of playability.
For some guitarists, the garage may end up being the biggest venue they ever play, but in the end, it's all about having fun. The Taylor 210-G-L guitar gives players great tools for honing their chops and offer the kind of playability and tone that's hard to match at their price points.
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If you are looking for a great guitar that is not thousands of dollars then look no further. The feel, sound, and quality of this is great. If you are looking for a Taylor and are thinking of either the 210 or 110 I can say that I think the little extra you pay for the 210 is worth it because of the finish and rosewood back and sides. This guitar will outlive the 110 by far.