The Taylor maple model 615-CE Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar has been affectionately referred to as a guitar cannon with good reason. It has excellent projection. The distinctive blend of big leaf map... Read More
The Taylor maple model 615-CE Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar has been affectionately referred to as a guitar cannon with good reason. It has excellent projection. The distinctive blend of big leaf maple and Sitka spruce creates a bright, crystalline timbre with strong projection and warm overtones.
The Jumbo Electric-Acoustic delivers the extra-deep resonance and volume that come with a larger sound chamber together with its own signature subtleties. Revoicing has sharpened its tonal difference from the Dreadnought. With a huge presence, the Jumbo is perfectly suited for aggressive strumming.
Luxurious appointments include an ebony headstock overlay, ebony bridge, white binding, abalone soundhole rosette, and abalone leaf inlays.
The Taylor 615-CE Jumbo Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar is designed to faithfully reproduce your guitar's native tone, the Expression System utilizes patented Dynamic Sensors to capture top and string vibration like never before. Created in partnership with renowned audio pioneer, Mr. Rupert Neve, the Taylor ES is seamlessly integrated into the design of the guitar from the ground up. Onboard tone controls provide added flavor, or set flat for an uncolored, exceptionally clean amplified sound.
The finish on the 615-CE Jumbo Cutaway -that is used to create this guitar's lustrous gloss top, back, and sides- was developed at Taylor for maximum durability and resistance to cold-checking. This ultraviolet-cured finish is also more environmentally friendly than traditional lacquer finishes.
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I do love this guitar. I was thinking about a Gibson Montana but went into GC in Arlington and played this and was sold on the spot. I'm also not a fan of medium strings (I own a Taylor 810 and NS72ce, a Rainsong Black Ice and a Gibson ES335 all in light gauge strings except for the nylon). I changed the 615 strings out to an Elixur light and it plays just fine. I'm sure that Taylor had in mind to use the medium to give more volume but I don't think it is really necessary. Also, this is a really beautiful guitar like my other Taylors. This for now completes my collection of all acoustic body styles and my favorite electric Gibson
I bought this guitar after months of visits in different stores looking for a versatile "high-end" guitar. In the end, I chose between a number of Taylor, Martins, etc. I play (mostly) folk, blues, pop, and a lot finger-picking. I chose the Taylor 615ce because I find the sound absolutely outstanding: clear and �ۡ��̏fat�ۡ�ݕ�_ with a lot of sustain (similar to the Beatles�ۡ��� acoustic guitar sound). However, I don�ۡ���t like the medium strings that are attached when you buy the 615ce (sounds great but hurts after a while) and I guess you can�ۡ���t call the 615ce cheap. One final comment, I tested a bunch of more expensive Taylors, in the 700 and 800 series. These guitars were in many cases more beautiful to look at, but my personally opinion is that you get nothing extra when it comes to sound, my personal opinion.
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