Taylor Custom GA Acoustic Guitar - New- Full Warranty

Condition: Used
Will ship to: Local pickup only
Price: 4225
Ad status: SOLD!


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Beauty & Brains !!! A great addition to any high-end guitar collection.
As you can see this is a gorgeous instrument... and I can assure you it has the tone to match. I would describe the low-end as warm, full & buttery with a punchy mid-range and a smooth, shimmery high-end.

It has a very unique wood combination... Cedar top (known for its warmth) and Maple back and sides (known for its pleasing brightness).

Notice the gorgeous black armrest for easier playability... a big plus for players with shoulder issues. Armrest is about a $1,000 upgrade from Taylor.

This particular Custom GA does NOT have electronics. She's pure as the driven snow ! We know a lot of pro players like to install their own third-party pickup or appreciate a guitar with no extra holes or add-on hardware. Comes in a deluxe Taylor-branded hardcase.

Our store price was $5,625, my price is $1,400 less at $4,225. Offers welcome ! *This guitar is essentially new (dealer new/old stock from our brick & mortar store that closed in 2016) and can be registered with Taylor for Full Warranty !!!

Info from Taylor's Website regarding the Grand Auditorium body type: Note: the guitar for sale here is a Custom Guitar you will not find on Taylor's Website it was literally built to order from the US Taylor factory:

-Body Length: 20" / Body Width: 16" / Body Depth: 4 5/8"

-Taylor's signature shape embodies the ultimate all-purpose acoustic.

-An original Bob Taylor design introduced in 1994

-Full in the lower register, present in the midrange, and sparkling on the treble strings

-Our most popular shape and a good place to begin your search

Our most popular and versatile body shape, the mid-size Grand Auditorium arrived in 1994 bearing refined proportions that fell between a Dreadnought and Grand Concert. While the bigger Dreadnought was traditionally considered a flatpicker's guitar and the smaller Grand Concert catered to fingerstylists, the GA was designed to deliver on both fronts. The shape produced an original acoustic voice that was big enough to handle medium-strength picking and strumming, yet with impressive balance across the tonal spectrum, especially in the midrange, producing clear, well-defined notes that suited both strumming and fingerstyle playing. The GA's overall presence tracks well with other instruments both in a studio mix and on stage, and singer-songwriters have embraced its utility both for composing and traveling with one guitar. Many people want a single guitar that can cover a variety of styles, which is why the GA continues to be our bestselling shape. If you want a great all-purpose guitar, the multi-dimensional GA won't let you down."


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