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Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

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From Taylor guitars comes a guitar you'll take a shine to. The 210E-G dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar features a beautiful gloss finish on the top and a satin finish on the back and sides, for a beautiful look, to go along with a beautiful sound. Built on the popular dreadnought design, the depth of the guitar body and broad shoulders create a...  Click To Read More About This Product

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From Taylor guitars comes a guitar you'll take a shine to. The 210E-G dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar features a beautiful gloss finish on the top and a satin finish on the back and sides, for a beautiful look, to go along with a beautiful sound. Built on the popular dreadnought design, the depth of the guitar body and broad shoulders create an ideal sound chamber, pumping balanced and full-bodied tone out with plenty of projection to cut through any mix. Whether strumming away on the rhythm, or flatpicking some barn-burning solos, the Taylor acoustic-electric guitar sounds great in any setting. It features a solid Sitka spruce top, a top-quality wood, known for its balanced tone and clarity. The Indian rosewood back and sides, also premiere wood, produces rich, booming sound, with the perfect element of projection. The 25-1/2" scale, 1-11/16" nut width, and 15" radius adds comfort for intricate movements up and down the ebony fretboard.

The NT neck joint fits into a specially cut pocket in the body of the Taylor acoustic guitar. The frets are supported equally by the neck, creating a more stable playing surface, one that is continually straight, from the bottom to the top of the neck. The mahogany neck is strong and provides added presence and clarity in the tone, and the ebony bridge and fretboard bring out lasting sustain.

At the heart of this Taylor acoustic guitar lies an integrated electronics system, letting you dial in and amplify the guitar quickly and effortlessly. The electronics include bass, treble, and volume controls, for an individualized plugged-in experience.

Taylor tuners keep the 210E-G guitar in precise tuning and chrome hardware add an extra sleek look to this already stunning offering from Taylor. You won't believe the sound.


Dreadnought design
Laminate Indian rosewood back and sides
Solid Sitka spruce top
25-1/2" scale
NT neck joint
Mahogany neck wood
Ebony fretboard
Standard Taylor neck shape
20 frets
1-11/16" nut width
15" radius
Ebony bridge
Taylor tuners
Chrome hardware
Integrated electronics with 2-band EQ and volume control
Gloss top, satin back and sides
Includes hardshell bag
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Taylor210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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(30 of 31 customers found this review helpful)


Taylor Tone for days!!!

By Derrick

from Pittsburgh

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I've noticed that this item wasn't marked "Review This", and didn't have any reviews so I decided to post my review. Let me say that this was an excellent upgrade from my budget entry-level dreadnought Jasmine acoustic that served me about 10 years. I was never really looking for an acoustic until I wanted one that could be well presented and projected to start doing singer/songwriter gigs. This was the first Taylor I've ever really played and now I'm very pleased to own and owe it to my lady to pick it out off the wall for me. I will either play it unplugged or plug directly into my Tascam DP 008 Portastudio. Unplugged this acoustic has a sweet lively projection. The sound is well balanced from warm to bright. While recording I can easily dial in what I need to with the bass, treble, and volume control, which are neatly placed on the upper side of the guitar. Besides it's sweet tone, the craftsmanship, quality of woods had a feel that sold me on spot. In my opinion this model has a comfortable satin finish neck that seems to be wearing in wonderfully and the top has a beautiful grainy appearance. I guess the only thing that seemed to be a small bother is the end strap button, where the input jack is built in, it could be a bit tight to put on any kind of strap, but it's really no big deal. Overall, I was very pleased to come across this guitar without any expectations, only to find out that it's surprisingly easy to play, has great inspiring tone, and feeling that it can only sound better with age. If you haven't played a Taylor before- pick one up, you might be sold aswell.

(25 of 27 customers found this review helpful)


Sounds better than the Taylor DN3

By Chris

from Ewing, New Jersey

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I upgraded to the 210E-G from a Yamaha that I still love very dearly but your guitar collection must contain a Taylor. I played the Martins and then the Taylor and it's either one or the other. Money was really no issue so I took a look at the Taylor DN3. I had my eyes set on it for months. I finally decided to buy it but wanted to play around with the other guitars. I picked the 210E-G and quickly changed my mind. I went with the cheaper Taylor because it sounded better than the DN3, much more crisp, it has an input jack, and a pick guard. You literally play better with this guitar. Beautifully crafted and I highly recommend it.

(9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)


now own two great guitars

By barry volk

from alachua,florida

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

last year i bought a seagull maritime and i thought it could not be topped. i just bought the taylor 210e-g and i now own two great guitars. the taylor was the last one you had in stock in jacksonville,fl. and i was so happy to take it off the rake. i never thought that i would own a taylor but this one was in my price range. thanks taylor. it plays so easy and the string setup is perfect. you need no pressure on the neck to play it. the sound either plugged in or not is so great it is hard to discribe .if you have a chance to play this model taylor you will want to buy it.

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


My First Taylor Guitar

By John Delatorre

from Jackson Heights, NY

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

So I have been wanting to upgrade my guitar (I used to own a low-end Original S6 Seagull - which in itself is not a bad acoustic guitar) to a higher end guitar - it being Xmas and all. So I went to different guitar centers and tried out Breedloves, A Martin Jumbo J15, a few other Gibsons and then I played the Taylor 210EG Acoustic Electric. And let me tell you, I have not been able to part with it since. I knew once i played it, I had to buy it. Its not only worth the money I spent, but also really, it sounds like it should be worth at least 3 times more the price. The mediums are rich and deep and the brights to me, sound just right. not too bell like or overly bright. its possibly the most well-balanced I have ever played. and I've been playing for about 6 years. The Hard Gig Bag it comes it is perfect as well. and the look of the actual guitar is very elegant and simple. I"m a finger style guitarist and so this guitar to me, lends well to that style as well. Do yourself a favor, buy this. plugged in, or not, now i know why Taylor's have such a great reputation.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


Nice Guitar

By The Jackster

from Vidor Texas

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I have been wanting a Taylor Guitar for quite a while, but they were way out of my budget. I had finally desided to part with one of my other guitars and put a little money with it and got this Taylor. It's got a little weight to it I love the Indian Rosewood back and sides. The top has a gloss finish on it making it stunning. The neck is perfect and the tuners keep it tuned up tight. The electronics are a nice plus for this guitar. And I have found that the sound of this guitar is just right not twangy or life less and it has some bottom end to it so you can really hammer down on it and get a great tone out of it. This is a Mexican assembled guitar but it was designed in America, 800 bucks for this guitar is a good bit of money its an expensive guitar from the Mexico factory. If this same guitar was from one of the American factories it would probably go for 2400 dollars so you do the math. At the end of the day its still a Taylor and you have a guitar with bragging rights. The Martin and other top guitar names cant touch this Taylor in this price range I have owned a Martin Grand Concert it couldnt touch this. I have a Lute sound hole cover in it, the medium maple and it is real close to matching the finish on this guitar and it really helps out with the feed back that you can get from some of these guitars at high volume. It almost looks like it was made for the Taylor 210E-G and it has not effectd the sound with it in, another good investment from Guitar Center.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


First Taylor!!! Last Taylor!!!!!

By Jerry R

from Fallbrook CA

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

Just bought this Guitar after 2 years of research to replace my aging Ovation Celebrity Delux. Wow, what a difference. I love the warm tones of the 210 Dreadnought. I have never played such a sweet sounding inexpensive Guitar. I was originally looking to buy the 414 CE but the price was too much for my budget. I also played Gibsons Martins Takaminies and several other guitars in this price range and for me this was the one. I was not dissappointed. Anyone looking for an inexpensive gem when it comes to Guitars need look no further. Thank you Taylor for a great Guitar.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Very Good

By Sam

from Bayside

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

Especially for Christians songs, in general taylor's are very good but this one has a bright tone i didnt want it to get overpriced or low so i thought this taylor was it. So if you are looking for like a second guitar to upgrade your old one, i recommend this guitar because you will not regret it

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Taylor Amazing!!!

By James Lorch

from Lapeer, MI

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

Great Guitar!!! I've only owned my Taylor for a week...but I already know what guitar I'm going to stick with. I've found that with this guitar you have everything else any other Taylor can offer. Its got all that I want: a nice deep tone, great harmonics, great action, great acoustics, a beautiful body & Etc. It also has a crisp, clear sound when plugged into an amp. I would recomend this guitar to everyone at any level of playing. Its an amazing guitar & it's worth the $. The 210e can stand the match against any other less or more expensive Taylor!!! Do yourself a favor and go get yourself one!!!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Just purchased a Taylor 210E-G, Patient sales Dude, and a fair price

By Mark Nelson

from Dayton, Nevada

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

Although my playing history is different than most, I play for therapy, Mental and physical. I have owned Martin 00018, 2 Gibson J-50's, abd a B-25 12 string and a few electrics. This was my first purchase for myself in oh 21 years and I was shocked to see Guitars made of plywood and Kitchen counter tops. The cost of the middle road stuff with wood, sort of, was over a grand. well this Taylor, after trying many, higer and lower priced, had the neck the action and the sound was pretty good for plywood! actually it rivals guitars twice as much. The salesman at Renos GUITAR CENTER was very patient and knowledgable, since my knowledge base is oh 40 years old or more, he helped me with the patience of a saint, well almost a saint. Many thanks to Taylor Guitars and Scott GC Reno for the Medicine ( Taylor210E-G) the Proffesional Therapy advice (Scott poit out the the best coarse to take) and Guitar Center for Having what I needed.......I will be back to get more and step up....


First Taylor..and AMAZING!!

By mary cugini

from CA

Comments about Taylor 210E-G Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

i've been wanting a taylor for a long time but it wasn't really in my mom's budget. Went to Guitar Center and played a couple of takamines, ibanez, fender, yamaha, and just for fun some of the higher priced gibsons. Honestly, this taylor is SO much better than the high end guitars. The neck is thin and smooth, easy to run your hand across. The dreadnought body is beautiful, the electronics so easy to control, and most importantly the sound is out of this world. It has a deep tone, and feels alive. The action is low and the tuning pegs keep it in tune. Even if I had more money I would have still gotten this one. Easily replaces my Fender 140SCE. Amazing guitar. Very pleased. Great quality. My first taylor and I'm very impressed.

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