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Taylor 600 Series Guitars

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Taylor's maple guitars have been revoiced and paired with specially seasoned spruce to produce a richer, warmer sound. Nearly every aspect of Taylor’s maple 600 Series guitars has been refined to broaden their musical range and enhance their visual appeal. The result is maple like you’ve never heard it before: rich and warm, with a multi-dimensional musical voice that responds wonderfully to every playing style. Taylor's hand-rubbed “Brown Sugar” stain adds a deep, luxurious hue to maple’s beautiful figure. In every way, the 600s reveal the finest a maple guitar can offer.

Blueprint For a New Voice
From the violin family to archtop guitars, maple and spruce are a historical pairing. Though maple guitars are known for clear, bright sound and crisp articulation, Taylor's revoiced 600s evoke rich warmth and sustain for the complete sound of other classic tonewoods like rosewood and mahogany.

Tone-Enhancing Design Features
From custom bracing for a rich, warm tone, to specially roasted tops producing a played-in sound, nearly every 600s feature has been refined to enhance the playing experience.

V-Class Bracing
A revolutionary design that balances the flexibility and stability of the top, V-Class bracing produces unmatched sustain, volume, and intonation.

Torrefied Tops
As wood naturally ages, the sound of a guitar becomes more resonant. Torrefaction is a roasting technique that accelerates this, enabling a guitar to sound much older. The result is an incredibly responsive top and a sound as if notes are falling out of the guitar when you play.

 

Taylor 612ce

612ce

The cutaway maple/spruce Grand Concert has been revoiced to be richer, warmer and more complex, adding extra depth to the Grand Concert body’s natural clarity and top-end chime. Tone-enhancing strokes include a new back bracing profile, a torrefied (specially roasted) top that yields wonderfully aged tonal character, protein glues that optimize the tonal transfer, and an ultra-thin, 3.5-mil gloss finish to enhance the acoustic resonance.

 Taylor 614CE

614ce

Aesthetically elegant with subtle tone-enhancing details, the 614ce is a completely unique guitar in the already diverse Taylor family. Solid maple back and sides, recently revoiced by Andy Powers for greater warmth, deliver a focused, transparent response that's remarkably player-reflective. A torrefied spruce top, specially roasted to produce a sweeter, more played-in sound, offers clarity and balance supercharged by V-Class bracing, which pumps out room-filling volume and longer sustain. Complete with ES2 electronics and a hardshell case, the 614ce is a versatile acoustic guitar that can be adapted to almost any musical scenario.

Taylor Builder's Edition 614ce

Builder's Edition 614ce

A brand new cut on a traditional shape the Builders Edition 614ce is a leap forward in design and playability. Visually stunning and tonally robust this guitar sings on all points. From the nut to the bridge the pairing of Big leaf Maple back and sides with a Torrified Spruce top this guitar sounds as good as it looks. Combine the new V bracing with an armrest, chamferred sides and a silent satin finish you get incredible playability coupled with fit and finish that will make you want to play for hours on end.

Taylor Builder's Edition 614ce WHB

Builder's Edition 614ce WHB

The Wild Honey Burst finish option. The Builder's Edition 614ce represents the "Director's cut" of options. Taylor Guitars were already the most comfortable and playable guitars on the market, so adding the beveled armrest, beveled body edge treatment, and a reshaped cutaway set this Builder's Edition 614ce even further from the pack.

Taylor Builder's Edition 652ce WHB

Builder's Edition 652ce WHB

Joining the growing family of master-crafted Builder’s Edition guitars, this 652ce is a 12-string for a new generation of acoustic guitarist. Built with figured Big Leaf maple for the back and sides with a torrefied Sitka spruce top, this model’s shimmering, octave-rich tone benefits from maple’s clarity and focus, offering an expressive, easily-recorded sound that will inspire players to expand their sonic palette.


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