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Taylor Guitars' master luthier Andy Powers is constantly looking for new ways to craft acoustic guitars that feel great in your hands and sound great to your ears. His latest achievement is the Taylor Grand Pacific dreadnought line. Bolstered by Taylor's innovative V-Class bracing, Grand Pacific guitars are round-shoulder dreadnoughts offering a new tone that redefines the Taylor sound. They are warmer and more seasoned than traditional dreadnoughts, allowing individual notes to blend more organically.
The featured artists of the Dominican Sounds showcase find a welcome stage at SOBs Sound of Brazil in Lower Manhattan, specializing in the Latin soundscapes of the Dominican Republic, Brazil and beyond. Each born and raised in the island of the Dominican Republic, the opportunity for these singer/songwriters to play for a new audience is a chance to celebrate the most vibrant colors of their celebrated art and heritage. We caught up with the artists after their showcase to talk about the experience of bringing their music to the states, as well as the gear they can't leave home without.
Many like to use both a mic and a DI (direct box) when recording acoustic guitar. However, each can serve a purpose individually as well. It all comes down to the intent. The primary reason to use a mic is to capture the tonal qualities the human ear hears when the instrument is played. On the other hand, a DI converts string vibrations (from the magnets in a pickup) to electrical signals and can have a sound more similar to an electric guitar. Certain types of pickups, like piezos, function more like actual microphones, converting the physical vibrations of the instrument to a voltage, which produces a less “electronic” sound.
Fender is making waves with their California Series, adding a fresh line of steel-string acoustic/electric guitars inspired by the beautiful Southern California beaches close to the Fender factory in Corona. The three body-shapes released are the Redondo, an original contoured dreadnought; the Newporter, Fender’s own mid-size concert design; and the Malibu, Fender’s original small-body design with a 24" scale length.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most reliable and best-sounding acoustic and acoustic-electric steel-string guitars from top-name manufacturers ­­­­­­­­­­- all under $200.

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