Dating back to 1974, Taylor acoustic guitars have been making headlines in guitar magazines for more than 40 years. But they didn't always go by the name 'Taylor' - if you're a veteran of the '70s music scene, you might remember their introduction as the Westland Music Company. No matter what they've been called over the years, some things haven't changed: the high build quality of their instruments, for example, not to mention the rich tone that first made them famous back in the '70s. In this lineup of Taylor acoustic guitars, you'll see that they continue to live up to their excellent reputation.
The simple secret to Taylor's success is that they've always had a clear focus on the artist. Maybe that's why so many artists - from Lindsey Buckingham, Toni Iommi and Darryl Hall to Jason Mraz, Taylor Swift and Claudio Sanchez - have put Taylor guitars through their paces. They're ready to take on any style of music, so no matter how you like to play, you can find an instrument in this section that's the right fit for you. For instance, are you looking for something compact enough for travel or for a young musician to handle? If so, start your search with the Baby Taylor line, such as the Baby Taylor Sapele/Mahogany Acoustic Guitar or the Taylor Swift Baby Taylor Acoustic Guitar.
On the opposite end of the size spectrum, you'll find models like the Taylor 556ce Grand Symphony 12-String Cutaway ES2 Acoustic-Electric Guitar. If you're searching for a big instrument with an even bigger sound, this is it. Maybe you're interested in something that really stands out on the stage? Take a look at the Taylor Custom Grand Auditorium Koa Top Acoustic Guitar. Ukulele makers have been on to the Hawaiian koa secret for years, so it's about time that a guitar took advantage of this tonewood's beautiful sound as well.
How do you like your acoustic guitars? The answer to that question will tell you where to start looking in the Taylor lineup. From modern dreadnoughts to classic grand auditorium models, there are fantastic choices here to meet any guitarist's wish list. It's no exaggeration to say that Taylor acoustic guitars really offer it all - the only thing you need to do is find that one perfect choice.