The 114e electroacoustic guitar from Taylor is the obvious choice for anyone looking for quality without compromise at a reasonable price. It is a Grand Auditorium, i.e. a totally versatile instrument suitable for playing with a pick and finger technique.
The front of the guitar is made of solid Sitka spruce, while the back and sides are made of laminated walnut. Glued to the solid maple neck is an ebony fingerboard fitted with twenty frets and positioned dots made of imitation mother-of-pearl.
The strings are mounted in chrome die-cast Taylor mechanics over a micarta saddle and TusQ zero fret. The visual impact is accentuated by traditional elements in the form of a rosette composed of three rings, black body binding and a practical black pickguard.
Sound pickup is handled by the Taylor Expression System 2. This is a completely unique pickup method that takes the possibilities of realistic sound reproduction to unprecedented dimensions. Three specially designed independent piezo pickups located behind the fingerboard are used for pickups. Unlike conventional pickups, they don't sense the up and down movement of the board, but the natural back and forth vibration of the grasshopper seat. This makes the sound much more natural, colourful and pleasing, and more responsive to the dynamics of your playing. At the same time, the new preamp makes the signal 25% stronger. Of course, feedback is eliminated and you can adjust the volume, bass and treble.
The instrument comes in a gig bag.
The American company Taylor is famous for producing acoustic guitars that are very well crafted and offer top sound. The instruments in the 100 series are manufactured in the Tecate, Mexico factory, but this does not detract from the quality. Tecate is only a few dozen kilometres away from EL Cajon in California, so production is properly controlled.
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