With back and sides in premium solid East Indian rosewood and a Sitka spruce top, this instrument is enhanced with vintage appointments found on many Martin pre-war classic guitars.
Constructed from East Indian rosewood, the visually stunning 000-28EC produces a well-balance tone.
Taylor’s popular 814ce offers players the ultimate all-purpose guitar.
The bold and balanced voice of the rosewood/spruce cutaway Grand Symphony 716ce delivers a blend of powerful bass, meaty midrange, and equally thick trebles.
One of our best-selling models, the HD-28 includes many of the options guitar players and collectors prize in historic Martins
Unique T5z features include a more compact body than the original T5, plus a 12-inch fretboard radius and jumbo frets, which together provide a familiar feel for electric players.
Flamed maple tops distinguish the T5z Pro, with four stage-friendly color options: Borrego Red, Pacific Blue, Gaslamp Black and Tobacco Sunburst.
The T5z Special Edition includes a three-pickup configuration featuring an acoustic body sensor, a concealed neck humbucker, and a visible bridge humbucker, plus five-way switching and onboard tone controls, giving players an incredibly versatile guitar.
Taylor’s Grand Concert 12-strings reaffirm Taylor’s heritage of easy-playing double course instruments thanks to a lap-friendly body size, a 12-fret neck, and a 24-7/8-inch scale length.
The sleek and modern High Performance Neck on the OM-21 makes it a great model to play.
The D-28 is the Dreadnought by which all others are judged. Constructed of solid East Indian rosewood back and sides, Sitka spruce top and mahogany neck, this instrument has been a favorite of artists from Hank Williams Sr. to Jimmy Page.
Taylor’s 500 Series Dreadnoughts boast several uniquely compelling design features, including a slightly shorter 24-7/8-inch scale length and a V-carve neck with a slotted headstock.
The D-18 Dreadnought features a sleek, modern High Performance Neck for enhanced playability.
A true traditional 000 acoustic guitar with a shorter 24.9" scale and appointments that match Martin's D-18 dreadnought.