Taylor’s redesigned rosewood/spruce 700 Series guitars, which includes the 700e-LS Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric, are the latest in the Taylor line to showcase an inspiring tonal and visual makeover. ... Click To Read More About This Product
Taylor’s redesigned rosewood/spruce 700 Series guitars, which includes the 700e-LS Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric, are the latest in the Taylor line to showcase an inspiring tonal and visual makeover. The result is a bolder musical voice with a refreshed visual aesthetic that blends rootsy appeal with warm, wood-rich details to give the series a distinctive musical personality.
Tonal upgrades include a switch from Sitka spruce to Lutz spruce, which produces a powerful tonal response comparable to older, high-grade Adirondack spruce, and gives players a higher volume ceiling. Two other tone-enhancing refinements include Taylor’s new Performance bracing and the use of protein glue for the bracing and bridge. Together with the Lutz top they optimize the tonal response, capturing all of rosewood’s classic richness and strengthening the fundamental focus.
These guitars promise to give back to players everything they put in and then some. New appointment details include non-figured koa binding; a 3-ring herringbone-style rosette featuring mirrored, bias-cut Douglas fir with maple/black trim; top edge trim of bias-cut end-grain Douglas fir with maple/black accents; a new “Reflections” fretboard inlay in pale green abalone; and a new weathered brown pickguard with a matte finish. A Western sunburst top option is also available, adding an earthy honey-brown complexion for a darker vintage look. All models feature a full-gloss body and Taylor Expression System 2 electronics.
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Comments about Taylor 700 Series 710e-LS Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
Bought an $1,800.00 Martin and I loved it until I bought a $2,000.00 Taylor 410e. The Taylor played way easier than the Martin, although it didn't sound or look as good as the Martin. When Taylor redesigned the 700 series and created the new 710e they made a guitar that plays, sounds and looks better than any Martin in its price range. The Taylor 710e blows the Martin D28 away, playability, sound and beauty.
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