Body Body type: Taylor Grand Auditorium Cutaway: Yes Top wood: Solid Sitka Spruce Back & sides: Layered Walnut (Exterior) Bracing pattern: Taylor Standard II Bracing (Forward Shift Pattern) Body finish: Matte 2.0 Varnish Orientation: Right-Handed Neck Neck shape: Standard Taylor Profile Nut width: 1-11/16 in. (42.8 mm) Fingerboard: Genuine African Ebony Neck wood: Sapele Scale length: 25-1/2 in. Number of frets: 20
Taylor's 100 Series makes a great guitar-playing experience accessible to everyone with these real wood instruments
100 Series models have layered walnut backs and sides, as well as new architecture for even more volume and dynamics
For people taking the first or next step in their musical journey, these instruments promise to accelerate players' growth and enhance their enjoyment
Taylor's famous neck profile combined with a 1-11/16-in
Details: 100 Series 2017 114e Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural. Taylor's 100 Series makes a great guitar-playing experience accessible to everyone with these real wood instruments. 100 Series models have layered walnut backs and sides, as well as new architecture for even more volume and dynamics. For people taking the first or next step in their musical journey, these instruments promise to accelerate players' growth and enhance their enjoyment. Taylor's famous neck profile combined with a 1-11/16-in. nut width make it easy for developing players to form barre chords. All 100 Series models include a durable, 600-denier nylon gig bag with double-stitched seams and reinforced stress points. Grand Auditorium A Taylor original, the Grand Auditorium helped establish the Taylor acoustic sound. The popular body style makes for a versatile guitar that yields ample volume in response to light fingerpicking, and reacts to medium strumming and flatpicking with a clear, balanced sound across the tonal spectrum. If you want a great all-purpose guitar, the GA is an excellent choice. Tonewoods A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Layered walnut back and sides create a sturdy yet receptive platform for the vibrating string energy sent by the guitar's top. Layered wood is less susceptible to changes in temperature and humidity, making it an excellent choice for players who travel with their instruments or simply require more durability. Electronics Taylor's ES2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylor's ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is Taylor's patented behind-the-saddle pickup, ...