Taylor 400 Series

 
Taylor 400 Series
The first thing you might notice on a 400 Series guitar is the gloss-finish back and sides of exotic, beautifully variegated ovangkol, an African relative of rosewood that shares a similar tone profile. Paired with a solid Sitka spruce top, the 400s respond well to both strumming and picking, making them a versatile choice for most applications. With Taylor's breakthrough behind-the-saddle piezo pickup, the Expression System 2, as an option, these deliver high-performance amplified tone that gigging players can rely on night after night. Contemporary appointments include crisp white binding, Italian acrylic dot inlays, and a 3-ring rosette. Most models are available with an optional Venetian cutaway for easy access to the upper register.
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  • The Taylor 414ceRV sports Taylor’s V-Class bracing which, when combined with the Grand Auditorium body shape, yields incredibly powerful notes all the way up the neck while improving intonation stability. ...
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  • Taylor’s revolutionary new V-Class bracing joins the 400 Series with the release of new Grand Auditorium V-Class guitars. Models also feature inlay updates, including a peghead inlay to help identify them as ...
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