Wood


Hawaiian Koa

  • Tropical hardwood prized for its rich figure
  • Tonal blend between mahogany and maple
  • Used On: The Koa Acoustic and Acoustic/Electric Series
Hawaiian Koa

Few woods carry the allure of Hawaiian koa, with its gorgeous figure and sweet, complex tone.

Blackheart Sassafras

Bold striping caused by fungus makes blackheart a rare and stunningly beautiful wood.

Cocobolo

A cannon of a guitar, with exotic coloration and figure to match its bold voice.

Indian Rosewood

The tonewood superstar. Popular, traditional, and versatile, Bob Taylor puts Indian rosewood among the greatest tonewoods ever.

Big Leaf Maple

High-end sparkle and incomparable good looks put maple in its own category.

Tropical Mahogany

A midrange powerhouse. Mahogany is prized for balance and articulation, making it one of the best all-around tonewoods there is.

Ovangkol

Although not as well-known as its Indian rosewood cousin, ovangkol shares many of the same properties, making it a versatile, great-sounding tonewood.

Sapele

One of the best all-around tonewoods there is, sapele will deliver for any playing style.

Tasmanian Blackwood

Koa's cousin produces a similar tone, with a breathy midrange and bright treble notes, plus low-end overtones.

Figured Mahogany

Rare and beautiful, figured mahogany is reserved for limited edition or custom guitars.

Layered Koa

Koa veneer is part of the resilient layered construction on the 210ce-K and 214ce-K.

Layered Sapele

Layered wood construction is used to offer attractive, durable and affordable models.

Layered Rosewood

A rosewood veneer and layered construction present a beautiful aesthetic in a durable, affordable package.


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