7 Things You Should Know About Owning a Taylor Guitar
We're here to help.
We're a full-service guitar company, which means we not only make guitars, we support your guitar-playing experience along the way. Our support page is full of helpful information to help you care for your guitar, but we also think a personal phone call can't be beat. That's why we have a staff of guitar experts ready to help with any questions you might have about your guitar.
Don't forget to change your strings.
It's an easy way to keep your guitar sounding great. Knowing the right technique will help keep your guitar strings in tune, and the more you do it, the easier it gets. Learn more about strings and the basics of guitar care.
Learn more about changing strings
Sometimes a guitar gets thirsty.
The good news is that with just a little bit of attention, you can keep humidity, or lack thereof, under control and keep your Taylor playing great. Get quick and easy advice on maintaining proper humidity for your guitar (and lots of technical info too, if that's your thing).
Learn more about maintaining proper guitar humidity
Our acoustics love to be plugged in.
Our passion for great tone led us to develop our own pickups, including our flagship Expression System® 2. When you first plug in, set the tone controls flat on your guitar (on the center detent) and whatever you're plugging into.
Learn more about Taylor acoustic pickups
We're obsessed with necks.
Your Taylor has the most accurately intonated, straightest neck in the guitar world, thanks to our patented neck design. That's one reason why Taylors are so easy to play and stay in tune. Your neck is also highly adjustable, which will add to the longevity of your guitar. That's probably all you need to know for now, but if you like knowing what goes on under the hood.
Learn more about the NT Neck
Your guitar is an environmentally friendly product.
Sustainability is in your Taylor's DNA. From wood sourcing to cleaner finishes to efficiencies that reduce material waste, conservation and environmentally responsible production have long been intertwined with guitar making at Taylor.
Learn more about sustainability
Registering your guitar will reward you.
Doing so will ensure that you get all the benefits of Taylor ownership, including a free subscription to our quarterly magazine, Wood&Steel. Plus, registering will allow us to quickly access information about your guitar should it ever need service, and will keep you updated about new Taylor products and events in your area.
Register your Taylor(s)