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Taylor 300 Series 326ce-SEB Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Shaded Edge Burst

Price: $1,999.00
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Manufacturer Description

300 Series 326ce-SEB Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric Guitar Shaded Edge Burst. Taylor's 300 Series has introduced countless players to the pleasures of the all-solid-wood acoustic experience; it's the entry point to Taylor's USA-made instrument line. Players who step up to a 300 Series instrument, like this beautiful 326-SEB Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, will be rewarded with a guitar-for-a-lifetime that will only sound better with age. It doesn't take but a few strums to learn how the mix of tonewoods, construction and appointments combine to make Taylor's famous playability, intonation and tone. The 300 Series has everything you need, and nothing you don't, in a fantastic sounding and playing instrument. The 326-SEB ships in a deluxe hardshell case made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection. Body Shape Compared to the Taylor Grand Auditorium, the Grand Symphony has a bigger, rounder lower bout and slightely wider "waist" area, and the bigger sound board (top) means more tonal output. Expect a meaty lower midrange and strong treble shimmer. A Grand Symphony is best if you want a guitar with a robust low end, strong volume when strumming or flatpicking, and clear articulation in response to light fingerpicking attack. Tonewood Pairing 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. Mahogany is a hardwood that produces a natural compression, yielding more "roll-in" effect to a note. The compression evens out a lively attack for a more linear response. Mahogany tops deliver strong fundamentals with clear and direct focus. Tonally, blackwood behaves somewhere in the middle of rosewood and mahogany, with a little extra shimmer and chime that shows its family resemblance to koa. Pairing blackwood with the mahogany top not only gives you that roll-in effect associated with a mahogany top - really smooth attack and balance - but extra complexity as the note decays....

Product Features

Body Body type: Grand Symphony Cutaway: Single Top wood: Solid Tropical Mahogany Back & sides: Solid Blackwood Bracing pattern: Taylor Standard III with Relief Rout Body finish: Satin 5.0 Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Taylor Standard Profile Nut width: 1.75 in. (44.45 mm) Fingerboard: Genuine African Ebony Neck wood: Tropical Mahogany Scale length: 25.5 in. Number of frets: 20 Taylor's 300 Series has introduced countless players to the pleasures of the all-solid-wood acoustic experience; it's the entry point to Taylor's USA-made instrument line Players who step up to a 300 Series instrument, like this beautiful 326-SEB Grand Symphony Acoustic-Electric, will be rewarded with a guitar-for-a-lifetime that will only sound better with age It doesn't take but a few strums to learn how the mix of tonewoods, construction and appointments combine to make Taylor's famous playability, intonation and tone The 300 Series has everything you need, and nothing you don't, in a fantastic sounding and playing instrument