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Acoustic 8

Our Acoustic 8 Series evokes a sense of Bob Taylor’s early guitars, built as non-cutaways and with clean appointments that include ivoroid binding, abalone dots and no pickguard. Whether you’re craving a traditional Dreadnought or a fingerstyle-friendly Grand Concert, the rosewood/Sitka spruce pairing will conjure a full, articulate range of acoustic tone.

Acoustic 7

The pairing of rosewood with a warm, responsive cedar top on our Acoustic 7 Series will reward fingerstylists and light to medium strummers with rich tone and sustain. The Dreadnought features an Engelmann spruce top to handle a heavier attack, blending a crisp response with midrange warmth. Traditional styling includes ivoroid binding, abalone dot inlays, and an abalone rosette. 

Acoustic 6

Maple/spruce guitars are a popular wood pairing among stage and studio players who want clean, articulate tone that cuts through a mix. Our Acoustic 6 models can yield a punchy response for aggressive rhythm players and bright, clear treble notes if you like to solo up the neck. If you want a little more low-end warmth with your maple, try the GS6. Visually, standard model options include different grades of maple flame or quilt figure and a variety of vibrant color finishes. 

Acoustic Koa

In contrast with the wood appointments that decorate our cutaway acoustic/electric Koa Series, our non-cutaway models feature abalone-rich details, including fretboard inlays, rosette and sparkling top trim. Ivoroid binding adds creamy contrast to koa's caramel complexion.


Hawaiian koa's exotic appeal is enhanced with a beautiful series of all-wood appointments.


The pinnacle of the Taylor line showcases premium cocobolo and Sitka spruce, a contoured armrest, and richly detailed appointments.


The most elegantly appointed of Taylor's rosewood/spruce series blends inspiring tone with design sophistication.


Rosewood and spruce spruce get the vintage Americana design treatment.


Bright and focused, maple and sitka spruce add clarity to an instrument mix.


Mahogany is paired with either a mahogany or spruce top for a balance of warmth and clarity.


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