The unique K26ce V Class Grand Symphony from Taylor is both visually and sonically stunning with elegant features that will appeal to enthusiasts, collectors, and wood lovers alike. Master luthier and guitar designer Andy Powers took the original 2006 Grand Symphony footprint and made some radical changes to the aesthetic look, bracing, and architecture of the guitar. The result is a guitar that evokes a fuller voice and wider frequency dispersion that creates extended sustain and projection.
Hawaiian Koa is known for its full midrange and clear top end sparkle and with the Grand Symphony bracing and body design, packs a nice low end punch as well. The Koa is beautifully figured and features a stunning shaded edgeburst finish on the back of the neck and the entire body. Premium features include Soundport venetian cutaway, V Class bracing, Gotoh 21:1 gold tuning machines, and Spring Vine maple fretboard inlays. With the 24 7/8” scale length and light gauge strings, this gorgeous guitar is easier to fret and form chords on. For enthusiasts looking for a boutique guitar in looks and function, the K26ce will offer a unique playing experience.
The K26ce ships in a deluxe hard shell case.