Taylor's Indian rosewood laminate 214-E-G-L Grand Auditorium left-handed acoustic-electric guitar was designed to give players an inspiring Taylor playing experience and arm them with a fun tool that ... Click To Read More About This Product
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Taylor's Indian rosewood laminate 214-E-G-L Grand Auditorium left-handed acoustic-electric guitar was designed to give players an inspiring Taylor playing experience and arm them with a fun tool that can cover a lot of musical applications.
This left-handed Grand Auditorium is a quality Taylor acoustic-electric 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.
Grand Auditorium body
The GA is Taylor's most versatile and popular shape, excelling at light-touch fingerstyle to full-blown strumming. Great for using a mic and recording, the GA guitar's balanced mid range and bright tone exemplify the Taylor voice.
Solid Sitka spruce top with Indian rosewood laminate back and sides
The beauty of Indian rosewood is captivating. The 214-E-G-L guitar's laminate back and sides are paired with a solid Sitka spruce top, producing a full, rich tone with ample volume, resonance, and sustain.
Taylor ES-T electronics system
Developed by the same Taylor team that invented the Expression System pickup, the Taylor ES-T under-saddle transducer takes piezo technology to another level. The system features onboard bass, mid, treble, and volume controls, plus custom-voiced EQ and dynamic response to naturally capture the Taylor guitar's nylon-string voice.
Breathtaking finish options and ecologically-sound technology is what the Taylor finishing department is focused on. The finish on the Taylor guitar is among the thinnest and most durable available today.
With a 15" radius and 1-11/16" neck width at the nut, Taylor's nylons offer steel-string acoustic players a smooth crossover to a fresh sonic texture, and the lighter string tension on the 214-E-G-L left-handed 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 200 Series guitars give players great tools for honing their chops and offer the kind of playability and tone that's hard to match at this price point.
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I started playing guitar about 6 years ago. I started with a thinline Martin guitar I first purchased. I made the ultimate mistake of selling it after a while. I played on an Epiphone for a few years while I was learning. I finally got into gigging as a one man show about 6 months ago now. I have purchased all my gear with Guitar Center. Moral of the story being, the biggest key to my growing success is how well the Taylor 214 CEG plays. This guitar is phenominal, it automatically has the best action Ive seen on any guitar. At the show, people just gaze because its a Taylor, and when they hear how inexspensive this guitar is for the quality, they cant believe it. My personal opinion is that Ill never own another brand guitar and I recommend atleast giving it a try next time your the Guitar Center.
Great guitar. Strings are stock eh, but the lavished wood sounds great. IDK what kind of wood it is but the sound resonates perfectly. The color is great and so is the sound. This is a great guitar for a left handed intermediate player.