From Taylor guitars comes a guitar you'll take a shine to. The Taylor 210CE-G dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar features a beautiful gloss finish on the top and a satin finish on the back and sides... Read More
From Taylor guitars comes a guitar you'll take a shine to. The Taylor 210CE-G dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar features a beautiful gloss finish on the top and a satin finish on the back and sides, for a beautiful look, to go along with a beautiful sound. Built on the popular dreadnought design, the depth of the body and broad shoulders create an ideal sound chamber, pumping balanced and full-bodied tone out with plenty of projection to cut through any mix. Whether strumming away on the rhythm, or flatpicking some barn-burning solos, this Taylor acoustic-electric guitar sounds great in any setting. The cutaway feature on the Taylor 210CE-G's body makes reaching the upper-register frets a snap, giving you comfortable access up and down the ebony fretboard. The Taylor acoustic guitar features a solid Sitka spruce top, a top-quality wood, known for its balanced tone and clarity. The Indian rosewood back and sides, also premiere wood, produces rich, full-bodied sound, with lots of volume. The 25-1/2" scale, 1-11/16" nut width, and 15" radius adds comfort for intricate movements up and down the ebony fretboard.
The NT neck joint fits into a specially cut pocket in the body of the Taylor 210CE-G. The frets are supported equally by the neck, creating a more stable playing surface, one that is continually straight, from the bottom to the top of the neck. The mahogany neck is strong and provides added presence and clarity in the tone, and the ebony bridge and fretboard bring out lasting sustain.
At the heart of this Taylor guitar lies an integrated electronics system, letting you dial in and amplify the guitar quickly and effortlessly. The electronics include bass, treble, and volume controls, for an individualized plugged-in experience. Taylor tuners keep the acoustic-electric guitar in precise tuning and chrome hardware add an extra sleek look to this already stunning offering from Taylor. You won't believe the sound. Order now.
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I recently bought this guitar and have fallen in love with it. I have owned many acoustic guitars in my life and currently have 3 acoustic-electric guitars. I have a Martin DCX1RE, a Washburn Wd16sce and this Taylor 210ce. I love them all and use the for different things but by far for the price the Taylor is the best playing and sounding and has the best quality overall. If you are considering buying this guitar take my word for it and buy it you cant go wrong no matter what style of music you play. p.s. the Taylor Hard Gig-Bag that comes with the guitar is wonderful....
Bought this guitar because it sounds great unelectricfied at home and electricfied on stage. Love the clean highs and warm woody lows. Geat sound for the price. Didn't find anything comparable in this price range or lower. These days everything looses value over time unless you put it in a glass case and don't use it. Certainly, Taylors solid wood sides and bottom guitars are wonderful if you can afford the cash
I checked it out today. Very nice sound unplugged...deep resonance on the lower strings. Doesn't sound like an electric accoustic like so many do. It's laminate rosewood, and that might add to the heavier bass sound that some may not like. Plugged in sounded great too. I also played several guitars that were twice as expensive and I liked the sound on this Taylor best...maybe it's just my ears but it sound great to me. Now if I can just convince my wife how critical it is that I upgrade to a new guitar....
I Recently bought a Taylor 210 CE-G. Great playing guitar, with a great sound. I was looking for a second guitar for alternate tunings. i have had a Hummingbird for 20years. The Taylor sounds much the same, with a deep sound like the Gibson. The one thing that was disappointing, (and I didn't ask at the store, but assumed), was that the guitar is not American (California) made. You need to look hard for the stamp inside the guitar. I was under the impression that all Taylors were American made. I guess it's a sign of the times. Overall, the guitar is great, sounds good, plays well, and looks good. Unfortunately, because it is an import, it will never hold it's value. You need to step up to the 300 series if you want it made in USA. So I gave it 4 stars, as Taylor does not state in any literature (nor does Guitar Center) that the 100 and 200 series Taylors are made in ole Medico. Still, for the money, a good buy.