Few woods carry the allure of Hawaiian koa, with its gorgeous figure and sweet, complex tone.
Bold striping caused by fungus makes blackheart a rare and stunningly beautiful wood.
A cannon of a guitar, with exotic coloration and figure to match its bold voice.
The tonewood superstar. Popular, traditional, and versatile, Bob Taylor puts Indian rosewood among the greatest tonewoods ever.
A dense wood typically used for fretboards and bridges, ebony produces rich overtones.
Sonically comparable to rosewood, granadillo’s higher density yields a clear, ringing tone.
Revoiced to produce greater warmth, complexity, volume, sustain and responsiveness
A midrange powerhouse. Mahogany is prized for balance and articulation, making it one of the best all-around tonewoods there is.
Although not as well-known as its Indian rosewood cousin, ovangkol shares many of the same properties, making it a versatile, great-sounding tonewood.
One of the best all-around tonewoods there is, sapele will deliver for any playing style.
Besides boasting gorgeous figure, the tone enhances sapele’s “bright mahogany” voice with extra low-end warmth.
Macassar’s exotic beauty is matched by a bold, dynamic tone that can be dark or bright, depending on the player and the top pairing.
Blackwood produces a strong volume, with a focused midrange and rich top-end shimmer.
Rare and beautiful, figured mahogany is reserved for limited edition or custom guitars.
Koa veneer is part of the resilient layered construction on the 210ce-K DLX and 214ce-K DLX.
Layered wood construction is used to offer attractive, durable and affordable models.
A rosewood veneer and layered construction present a beautiful aesthetic in a durable, affordable package.
A blackwood veneer with layered wood construction blends exotic beauty, resilience and affordability.
Maple veneer is part of the resilient layered construction on the black 214ce-BLK.