Submitted by Taylor Guitars News on Apr 5th, 2011
Singer-songwriter Tyler Shea from Halifax, Nova Scotia has been selected as the winner of "Test Drive Electric," a contest for emerging artists sponsored by Taylor Guitars, Elixir Strings and SonicBids.com. Shea, who has made a name for himself with his soulful vocals, engaging songs, and prolific gigging, emerged as the popular vote leader from the nearly 1,000 acts who entered the contest. Other finalists included the bands Crash Coordinates, Evaline, Fairfax, and Shot Heard Around the World.
Submitted by Taylor Guitars News on Jan 15th, 2011
Building on the success of its versatile line of SolidBody electric models, Taylor Guitars is adding new options for 2011 in the form of a double cutaway and a slew of vibrant colors for the SolidBody Standard. The new offerings expand the custom ordering capability, allowing players to easily design the look and sound of their SolidBody to suit their style.
Submitted by Taylor Guitars News on Aug 26th, 2009
Derek Davodowich of Music Players Inc. recently reviewed the T3/B and found it well-suited to play every style he attempted: “If you’re an accomplished player looking for one guitar that provides versatility and is able to adapt to almost any playing situation, look no further. The T3/B provides a multitude of tones that include acoustic, electric, single coil, double coil, full-bodied jazz tones, and any combination thereof. For the weekend warrior playing a variety of styles, this is one guitar that can cover just about anything, all with an exceptional tone as well.
Submitted by Taylor Guitars News on Jun 16th, 2008
Submitted by Taylor Guitars News on May 12th, 2008
Performing Songwriter’s Dave Jones experimented with a trio of SolidBody guitars and fell down the rabbit hole into a wonderland of tone. He begins his tale by relaying the developmental origins of Taylor’s humbuckers and noting their tonal distinctions.
“There’s plenty of power, but you can also hear the quality of the woods and their response,” Jones writes, before exploring the “wildly varied qualities” of the pickups, courtesy of the five-way switch. (To read the full review, click here)