The Grand Symphony body style on this GS Series Maple/Spruce Top acoustic guitar was designed to produce a really big sound while still being comfortable to play seated. This version features a solid ... Read More
The Grand Symphony body style on this GS Series Maple/Spruce Top acoustic guitar was designed to produce a really big sound while still being comfortable to play seated. This version features a solid Sitka spruce top for pronounced highs and big volume perfect to cut through a loud stage mix. The big-leaf maple sides and back impart additional clarity and punch plus sweet looks. A bound ebony fretboard and precision body binding combine with gold plated tuners and abalone rosette and position markers to create a sumptuous cosmetic appeal.
Bob Taylor personally designed the Grand Symphony body style for a unique sound. A higher, wider waist and a rounder lower bout result in distinctive tone with deep piano-like bass, rich mids, and clear, balanced highs--all with plenty of volume.
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If you are looking for a true sounding acoustic this is the one to get. The sound is unbelievable, Great highs mids and lows. Very well balanced tonal and physical. Save your money to get this one, trust me. No use buying several cheap guitars, this one has it all, Looks, Sound and Feel. Just wish it had a built in tuner, that would make it complete for me. Enjoy and Rock On!
Taylor really out did themselves. This will be the the last acoustic I ever buy (yea right, how times have you said that) Seriously, this is a great guitar. I had the pleasure of playing all the GS models. The maple is loud but not overly bright. Like the best Jumbo made smaller. All 4 guitars play extremely well. I chose the maple because I love the dynamics. I can play ultra soft and still get great tone and resonance. Played loud this beuatiful piece of art work is a monster. It is a super easy guitar to play,but that's the taylor trademark. wonderful craftmanship. Go into those GC acoustic rooms. Take a Martin D28, A Gibson J45, and the Taylor. You won't have to read my review, you'll be writing one.