Taylor 615ce
Taylor 615ce
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heads on fire 31/12/2011

Taylor 615ce: Produktbewertung von heads on fire (content in English)

"Wonderful instrument."

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Type/Shape 6-String Jumbo
Back & Sides Big Leaf Maple
Top Sitka Spruce
Soundhole Rosette Abalone
Neck Hard Rock Maple
Fretboard Ebony
Fretboard Inlay Pearl "Leaf" Pattern
Headstock Overlay Ebony
Binding White
Bridge Ebony
Nut & Saddle Tusq
Tuning Machines Gold-plated Taylor Tuners
Strings Elixir® Medium Gauge Strings with NANOWEB® Coating
Scale Length 25 1/2 Inches
Truss Rod Adjustable
Neck Width at Nut 1 3/4 Inches
Number of Frets 20
Fretboard Radius 15 Inches
Bracing Standard II (Forward Shifted Pattern)
Finish Gloss
Color Options Top only (Color to match back and sides)
Sunburst Options Blueburst, Cherry Sunburst, Cherry Black Sunburst, Ruby Red Burst, Honey Sunburst, Tobacco Sunburst
Cutaway Venetian
Electronics Taylor Expression System®
Left-Handed Available; No Charge
Body Width 17 Inches
Body Depth 4 5/8 Inches
Body Length 21 Inches
Overall Length 42 Inches
Case Taylor Deluxe Hardshell
U.S. Suggested Retail Price $3948.00


Oh my goodness is this a nice guitar. The neck is incredible, and the tone is quite powerful. Of course, the build quality is fantastic - Taylor does not make bad guitars, especially in this price range. However, I feel that the guitar is a bit large for me, so it isn't as ergonomic as I'd like. But it still plays very well. The woods are gorgeous, and the finish is expertly done.


The guitar sounds huge! The large size and abundance of maple in the neck and body give this instrument a very vibrant, large tone. The low end is quite present, silky mids, and sparkly high end. Plugged in, the Taylor Expression system does the job with maximum clarity. This is what an acoustic guitar should sound like.


This is a great guitar, all the way around. I'd have given it perfect marks, but the size is a touch uncomfortable to me. I wish more guitar makers would use maple for necks, back, and sides - it really is a great sounding wood. Highly recommended, but it'll cost you.