Unless you’re Willie Nelson, you’ll probably have many guitars in your lifetime. You’ll lose interest in some and they’ll collect dust. Or they’ll break and won’t be worth fixing. Or, more likely, you’ll outgrow them and trade them in for something better, something that suits where you are or where you’re going, not where you’ve been.
A Taylor is the latter. They’re built to last a lifetime, but not necessarily spend all of it in your hands. That’s because when you buy your first Taylor, you fall in love, not with that specific guitar but with a brand, with a sound, and when it comes time to upgrade only a Taylor will do.
Lucky for you, Taylor’s vast catalog caters to a player’s entire arc, from the first note to the last, and it’s through this incredible array that Taylor builds lasting loyalty without ever having to ask for it.
From the GS-Mini to 414ce and all the way up to the Grand Pacific, a brand new slope-shouldered dreadnaught premiered at this year’s Winter NAMM, wherever you’re going Taylor has a hitching post at every stop along the way, constructed always with the utmost quality and attention to detail, and all producing the spellbinding, mellifluous sound that is their hallmark, perfect for the subway, the sidewalk, the snack bar, and the stage alike.