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Established in 1974 by Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug, Taylor Guitars has evolved into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of premium acoustic and electric guitars. 

Headquartered in El Cajon, California, Taylor Guitars employs over 700 people and currently produces hundreds of guitars per day in its state-of-the-art factory complexes in both El Cajon and in Tecate, Mexico. The company maintains an active dealer network with Taylor guitars available in over 800 retail locations in North America and international distribution to 60 countries, including a distribution warehouse in the Netherlands. 

Renowned for blending an innovative use of modern technology with a master craftsman's attention to detail, Taylor guitars are widely considered the best sounding and easiest to play in the world. The company was a pioneer of the use of computer technology, lasers and other high-tech tools and machinery and today, Bob Taylor is widely recognized throughout the musical instrument industry as the visionary acoustic guitar manufacturer. The company’s innovations include, but are not limited to, the New Technology ® (NT) neck, the first major innovation in the construction of the acoustic guitar in the last 100 years; the award-winning Expression System® (ES) pickup, a groundbreaking, high-tech approach to amplifying an acoustic guitar; and the T5, the first, true hybrid acoustic and electric guitar that can produce amplified acoustictones, full-crunch electric, and everything in-between with the flip of a five-way switch.

Outstanding playability, flawless craftsmanship, and stunning aesthetics are just a few of the reasons that many of today’s leading musicians make Taylor their guitar of choice. The company’s artist roster numbers in the thousands, and includes the likes of Taylor Swift, Prince, Jason Mraz, and Zac Brown, among many others. 

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  1. Taylor (used, 2011) GS Mini Acoustic LEFTY

    Taylor (used, 2011) GS Mini Acoustic LEFTY

    Tag No 32-4275 Used
    #1107160049, with Taylor gig bag. (They call it a "hard shell gig bag - but it's a gig bag.)

    A marvel of scaled-down design, the GS Mini is a fun little acoustic cannon that has taken the world by storm. Sporting a rich, full voice that belies its compact size, the Mini is ultra-portable, yet just as comfortable to cradle in the comfort of your home, making it the ultimate modern-day parlor guitar. Featuring the Taylor NT® neck, the Mini comes with a solid spruce top.

    Our Price is $359.00.
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  2. Taylor (new) 416ce Acoustic Electric Guitar

    Taylor (new) 416ce Acoustic Electric Guitar

    Tag No 32-4283 New
    #1103095095, with hard shell case.

    The sonic power and depth of Taylor’s Grand Symphony body shape, especially in the lower mids, add girth and sustain to the overall voice. The cutaway ovangkol/spruce 416ce makes a bold strummer, yielding meaty midrange and strong treble notes, and its responsiveness to a light touch gives players a dynamic range to explore.  The Taylor Retail Price is $2918

    Our Price is $2,199.00.
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  3. Taylor (new) 816CE Grand Symphony

    Taylor (new) 816CE Grand Symphony

    Tag No 32-4285 New
    #1103105130, with hard shell case.

    Slightly bigger than Taylor’s Grand Auditorium body style, the Grand Symphony 816ce yields a powerful and rich sound without sacrificing bell-like articulation. It makes a potent strummer, and dynamic fingerstylists will enjoy the thick, full-bodied character of the notes. As part of Taylor’s 800 Series revoicing package for 2014, the GS will sound even richer with more low-end rumble.   The Taylor Retail Price is $4498

    Our Price is $3,499.00.
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  4. Taylor (new) 514ce Acoustic Electric

    Taylor (new) 514ce Acoustic Electric

    Tag No 32-4284 New
    #1103045097, with hard shell case.

    Mahogany yields its inspiring tone readily, with a strong, breathy midrange and a fundamental focus. A cedar top imparts extra warmth to complement that voice and slightly lowers the overall volume ceiling compared to a denser spruce or mahogany top. The cutaway 514ce is a perennial favorite with singer-songwriters and light-to-medium strummers for its blend of warmth and compression, and Taylor’s Expression System® 2 pickup delivers superb amplified tone. The Retail Price $3,378

    Our Price is $2,599.00.
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  5. Taylor (used, 2010) DN-3E Acoustic Electric Lefty Guitar

    Taylor (used, 2010) DN-3E Acoustic Electric Lefty Guitar

    Tag No 32-4274 Used
    #2108081184, in excellent plus condition with the original black hard shell case.

    The heralded Dreadnought is the most traditional of all acoustics. By definition, it’s a battleship of a guitar, and the models in the non-cutaway DN Series pay tribute to that legacy — while also refining that potent sound. The Dreadnought’s robust bass and articulate mids blend power and balance and dare you to dig in and challenge your flatpicking prowess. The sapele/Sitka spruce DN3 is an excellent choice for a great solid-wood dreadnought within a budget.

    Our Price is $1,029.00.
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  6. Taylor (new) 114ce Grand Auditorium guitar

    Taylor (new) 114ce Grand Auditorium guitar

    Tag No 32-4261 New
    #2102245312, with gig bag.

    The sapele 100 Series incorporates layered back and sides, which offer extra resilience to fluctuating climate conditions, and a slightly narrower 1 11/16-inch neck. It’s one of the best full-size guitars you’ll find for the money, especially with the availability of Taylor’s ES-T® pickup. It makes a viable performance tool, a great entry-level guitar, or a second utility guitar for alternate tunings.

    Our Price is $799.00.
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  7. Taylor (new) 314CE-N Nylon String Classical

    Taylor (new) 314CE-N Nylon String Classical

    Tag No 32-4227 New
    #1101285059, with Taylor hard shell case.

    This nylon-string Grand Auditorium balances sapele’s bright and lively tone with the naturally mellow flavors of the nylon sound. It’s a great option for players who favor the comfort and intimate feel of a small-body acoustic and crave modern steel-string features like a cutaway and an onboard pickup on a nylon-string guitar. Appointments include black binding, Italian acrylic dot fretboard inlays, and a 3-ring rosette. The guitar incorporates a Venetian cutaway, comes equipped with Taylor’s ES-N pickup, and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.   Retail Price $2318

    Our Price is $1,799.00.
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  8. Taylor (used, 1997) Model 712 Acoustic Guitar

    Taylor (used, 1997) Model 712 Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-4230 Used
    #970509121, in "very good" condition, with the original Taylor brand molded hard shell case.

    It has the black ebony unbound fingerboard with the 8 dot inlays, it has the naturally darkly oranged. “evolved,” Tusq nut, 1-3/4” nut width and a compensated bridge saddle.   This guitar’s face sports a small abalone ring around the soundhole with other concentric rings on either side, a tortoise color ‘guard, 5-ply top binding on the body; it has the Taylor inlaid logo with the 6 nickel Grover tuners on the East Indian rosewood headplate; and a rosewood truss rod cover held by 2 screws.

    Our Price is $1,599.00.
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  9. Taylor (new) 814ce (revised 2014 version) Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!

    Taylor (new) 814ce (revised 2014 version)

    Tag No 32-4139 New Hear this instrument in our demonstration video!
    #1110144126, with the new ES2 Expressions System pickup, with brown Taylor hard shell case.

    Features include maple binding on headstock, neck and body, a bright gleaming white (with some red and green mixed in) “Taylor” logo, a polished striped ebony headplate that hosts a rounded corner truss rod cover held in place by three Phillips head screws (it’ll never get away now).

    The Taylor List Price $4498

    Our Price is $3,499.00.
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  10. Taylor (new) 914ce in Honey Sunburst

    Taylor (new) 914ce in Honey Sunburst

    Tag No 32-3633 New
    #1111133097, top of the standard Taylor line guitar, just beautiful - with deluxe hard shell case.

    The upper echelon of Taylor rosewood models features the popular “Cindy” inlay, Indian rosewood binding, red purfling accents, and abalone top trim that also borders the fretboard extension. Among the three classes of rosewood guitars, the fine detailing of the 900 Series sets it apart with exceptional design sophistication.  The Taylor List Price is $5978

    Our Price is $4,599.00.
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  11. Taylor Baby Taylor Gig Bag

    Taylor Baby Taylor Gig Bag

    Tag No 32-3150 Used
    #ISI2106, in excellent condition.
    Our Discount Price is $51.00 and Our Cash Discount Price is $49.00.
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  12. Taylor (new) Big Baby Acoustic Guitar

    Taylor (new) Big Baby Acoustic Guitar

    Tag No 32-3448 New
    #2108273014, 15/16" scale dreadnought, with Taylor zipper gig bag.

    Taylor says: “Big Baby - Slightly bigger than a Baby Taylor but just shy of a full-size guitar, the Big Baby is ideal for easy-playing, great-sounding guitar fun. Sporting a solid spruce top, sturdy laminate back and sides, and genuine Taylor craftsmanship, the Big Baby is pure acoustic bliss” Top: Solid Sitka Spruce or Mahogany (Baby-Mahogany). Back/Sides: Laminate Sapele.   The Taylor List Price $528

    Our Price is $399.00.
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  13. Taylor (new) 412CE Lefty

    Taylor (new) 412CE Lefty

    Tag No 32-3618 New
    #1101293068, Ovangkol, with hard shell case.

    A smaller body highlighted by a Venetian cutaway and the Expression System™, this Grand Concert shines as either a fingerstyle guitar or a light strummer.   The Taylor List Price is $2658

    Our Price is $1,999.00.
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  14. Taylor (new) T-3 Standard This item is NOW ON SALE!

    Taylor (new) T-3 Standard Now on Sale!

    Tag No 39-1318 New
    #1104291098, quilted maple top, natural, with hard shell case.

    The T3 continues Taylor’s quest to expand the range of tones available to the electric player. Inspired by both the T5 and the SolidBody, they've taken the classic semi-hollowbody sound and applied the signature Taylor design and tonal touches, blending their high-definition Style 2 pickups with a coil-splitting application to give players killer humbucker and single coil sounds in one guitar.

    OUR PRICE WAS $2299 BUW NOW: 

    Our SALE Price is $1,599.00.
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  15. Taylor (new) BT-2 Baby Mahogany with electronics

    Taylor (new) BT-2 Baby Mahogany with electronics

    Tag No 32-3734 New
    #2112133529, with Taylor Gig Bag.
    3/4 scale little dreadnought, Sapele laminate back & sides, American Tropical Mahogany top, tropical American Mahogany neck, Ebony fretboard & bridge, 22-3/4" scale length, 1-11/16" nut width, and comes with Gig bag.
    The Taylor List Price is $518
    Our Price is $399.00.
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  16. Taylor (new) 310CE Dreadnought

    Taylor (new) 310CE Dreadnought

    Tag No 32-3874 New
    #1103034033, with cutaway, pickup and hard shell case.

    A Venetian cutaway adds dimension to classic Dreadnought styling, while the tone of Sapele is faithfully amplified via the Taylor Expression System. 

    The Taylor List Price is $2318
    Our price is $1,799.00.
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  17. Taylor (new) 714CE Grand Auditorium

    Taylor (new) 714CE Grand Auditorium

    Tag No 32-3796 New
    #1112093034, Sitka Spruce top and East Indian rosewood sides & back, with cutaway and pickup system, with hard shell case

    Engelmann yields a slightly more aged tone than Sitka, and accommodates fairly aggressive playing, while the softer cedar has a darker look and yields the kind of warmth that fingerstylists and other players with a light-to-medium touch will love. A Vintage Sunburst top and ivoroid Heritage fretboard inlays conjure a distinctively old-school Americana vibe.

    The Taylor List Price is $3838
    Our Price is $2,899.00.
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