Taylor 110ce
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Taylor 110ce

110ce, Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Taylor belonging to the 110ce model.

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heads on fire 01/01/2012

Taylor 110ce: Produktbewertung von heads on fire (content in English)

"World class entry level guitar."
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Made in Mexico
Type/Shape 6-String Dreadnought
Back & Sides Sapele Laminate
Top Sitka Spruce
Soundhole Rosette Plastic
Neck Sapele
Fretboard Ebony
Fretboard Inlay Pearloid Dots
Headstock Overlay Indian Rosewood
Binding Black
Bridge Ebony
Nut & Saddle Tusq
Tuning Machines Enclosed, Die-Cast Chrome Plated
Strings Elixir® Medium Gauge Strings with NANOWEB® Coating
Scale Length 25 1/2 Inches
Truss Rod Adjustable
Neck Width at Nut 1 11/16 Inches
Number of Frets 20
Fretboard Radius 15 Inches
Bracing X-Brace
Finish Varnish
Color Options Natural
Sunburst Options None
Cutaway Venetian
Electronics Taylor ES-T®
Left-Handed Available; No Charge
Body Width 16 Inches
Body Depth 4 5/8 Inches
Body Length 20 Inches
Overall Length 41 Inches
Case Gig Bag
U.S. Suggested Retail Price $1098.0

UTILIZATION

Another great guitar from Taylor. This one is geared squarely in the low-mid level market, with a street price around $599-699 or so. For the money, this acoustic is certainly hard to beat. It was expertly crafted in Mexico in a factory merely 40 miles away from Taylor's USA factory in El Cajon, California. The playability is fantastic, the construction is superb, and the sound is much more detailed than other guitars in this range.

SOUNDS

Tonally, this guitar has a smooth timbral texture. The highs are clear, with a nice sheen to them, and the mids are strong. Low end is crisp and distinct, and has enough weight for the rest of the register to sit on, yet it isn't overpowered. The pickup system does a good job of transmitting the sound of the guitar - the amplified signal sounds a lot like the acoustic signal, in terms of frequency response. This is a great fingerstyle, flatpicked, or strummed instrument, and would work in any genre.

OVERALL OPINION

What more can I say? Taylor makes fantastic guitars, and even this lower end model is a winner. Anyone that has reservations of buying a Mexican Taylor should just play one - it is a great guitar all the way around! For anyone on a budget, this might be the one, and even guitarists that have loads of money to throw around would probably dig this guitar as a "beater". Highly recommended.