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Taylor Limited Edition 214 Acoustic Guitar in Sunburst

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This is a brand new item fresh from the manufacturer.

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Buy from the #1 Independent Multi-Store Taylor Dealer!
Featuring a limited Sunburst Finish!
Taylor's 214 Rosewood Grand Auditorium Acoustic Guitar features a desirable gloss finish that you'll take a shine to over a solid Sitka spruce top, a top-quality wood known for its balanced tone and clarity. The Indian rosewood back and sides, also premiere wood, produces rich, booming sound, with the perfect element of projection. The 25-1/2" scale, 1-11/16" nut width, and 15" radius adds comfort for intricate movements up and down the ebony fretboard.
The NT neck joint fits into a specially cut pocket in the body of the Taylor acoustic guitar. The frets are supported equally by the neck, creating a more stable playing surface, one that is continually straight, from the bottom to the top of the neck. The mahogany neck is strong and provides added presence and clarity in the tone, and the ebony bridge and fretboard bring out lasting sustain.
Taylor tuners keep the acoustic guitar in precise tuning and chrome hardware add an extra sleek look to this already stunning offering from Taylor.
Taylor Grand Auditorium
The Grand Auditorium was the first guitar shape designed from scratch by Bob Taylor. It was unveiled to commemorate the company's 20th Anniversary in 1994, and since then it has more than lived up to its promise. Although the GA guitar has the width and depth of a dreadnought, its narrower waist gives it the appearance of a smaller instrument, adds treble "zing" across the guitar's tonal spectrum, sharpens the definition of individual notes, and also enables it to rest comfortably in the lap. Because Taylor removes mass from the width of the GA's braces, the guitar top moves faster, resulting in a snappy, bell-like tone. The Taylor GA acoustic guitar is designed to be a strong fingerpicking guitar that also can handle medium strumming, and is exceptionally versatile.
-Excellent sound across the full tonal spectrum
-Beautiful gloss finish over solid spruce top
-Mahogany neck with smooth ebony fretboard
**There may be slight variations in sunburst/wood grain between models**

Additional Information

Name Taylor Limited Edition 214 Acoustic Guitar in Sunburst
Brand Taylor
Condition New
Shipping Option Free Shipping to the Continental U.S.


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Quick delivery! It only took 2 days and free shipping. I am so happy with the purchase and Alto. I would definitely recommend!

Danielle E. - Massachusetts

Comment: Just bought a Ibanez AV1 Tenor guitar from you and posted this Seller review I bought a Ibanez AV1 Tenor guitar when it came it had a buzz on first string. Called Alto the seller and Cassie sent me a new guitar that same day. Terrific service and a great guitar. The seller is trustworthy. I couldn't ask for a better experience. I had a longer story to tell but limited space limits me saying more. Great Seller! That is the short story, here is the longer version I intend to post on the Tenor guitar registry and the Tenor guitar baritone Ukulele Facebook page. Buying my Ibanez AV1 Tenor guitar I looked all around and found that the big music retailers did not carry this instrument. There did not seem to be a place where I could go in and try the instrument out. Also found that the price was remarkably stable. The AV1 has one price. So I Went to Amazon and looked up the partner they had that was closest to me. I ended up Ordering from Alto Music of Orange County in New York. Four days later the guitar arrived and I unpacked and played it for a couple of days. I found that the first string had a buzz and upon investigation I found the action was very low and it did that sitar thing on frets 1 and two. I called Ibanez and talked to a guitar tech named Tom who said it was a newly introduced instrument and he wanted to check with his manager to see if they had a new nut to replace the one I had. He suggested that the people at Alto while he chased down the availability of a new nut. I suggested that the nut could be repaired easily. Tom said that he knew there were ways to fix the one I had but he said I had just bought a new instrument and Ibanez wanted it to be right not repaired. When I called Alto I was put touch Cassie. Without a moments hesitation Cassie said she wanted to check with her manager to make sure a new instrument was available. Later that day I got an email from Cassie saying a new guitar that had been checked by the store’s tech was on it’s way to me. The new guitar plays great and the first one is headed back. I have heard Ibanez sold out the first run of this instrument and the next group is hitting the stores on August 22. I bet the major retailers still will not have a version to play. If anyone is wondering if they dare buy this instrument I am here to testify that my experience with Ibanez and Alto was great. Alto has won a new repeat customer for all my future musical needs. Thanks you guys are great.

Bruce J NYC