Incorporating modern technological advancements with more traditional luthiery techniques, Taylor guitars have earned the praise of many famous artists, including Dave Matthews, Taylor Swift and Prince. With that in mind, you'll quickly understand why the Taylor name is respected in the music industry when you pick up a guitar from their 110 Series. Whether you're a budding hobbyist who likes to jam with buddies or an up-and-coming singer-songwriter with eyes set on the biggest stage in town, a 110 Series guitar is ideal for any driven musician on a budget.
Since 1974, Taylor has been well-known worldwide for constructing affordable full-size acoustic guitars that look, feel and sound incredible, and their 110 Series dreadnoughts are no exception. For proof, turn your attention to the 110e Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar. Boasting an ebony fretboard, scalloped X-bracing for an open, airy midrange and a soundboard constructed from Bob Taylor's personal favorite tonewood (Sitka spruce), this guitar delivers a crisp, sweet tone that perfectly matches its visual appeal. Additionally, this beauty is equipped with an ES-T Under-Saddle Transducer that features an onboard preamp and a pickup that has a Phase switch to control feedback - simply put, the 110e Dreadnought is a must-have for concert-ready guitarists.
Or, maybe you're a leftie who often integrates more intricate high notes into their performance - in which case, check out the 100ce- Sapele/Spruce Dreadnought Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar. With its laminate back and sides for extra resilience to changing climate conditions, narrow neck, ES-T electronics and Sitka Spruce soundboard, this guitar will satisfy any southpaw with big ambitions. Not to mention, its cutaway body makes upper frets a cinch to reach, so you can switch from driving rhythms to clear lead lines effortlessly.
As mentioned, Taylor takes advantage of many breakthroughs in technology during the design and manufacturing process of their guitars. For example, Taylor pioneered the use of computer-controlled tools for various guitar parts and decorations, and they even developed the NT neck design to produce a more stable and straighter neck when compared to other building methods. Of course, Taylor's dedication to innovation is fully evident in their 110 Series guitars. Give one a try and see for yourself!
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