This Taylor 110e Acoustic-Electric Guitar is the perfect choice for the budget-minded player. This Guitar pairs layered walnut back and sides with a solid spruce top, pumping out a full-voiced tone that responds to strummers and flat-pickers with deep lows, punchy mids, and clear treble notes.
The very easy-to-play Taylor neck has a 1-11/16-inch nut width makes barre chords easier on the hands. The neck itself is made from Sapele and is topped with an Ebony Fingerboard. 25.5" Scale length keeps the strings taut and the tones crisp and brilliant. A Varnish Finish on the neck keeps it feeling smooth, dry, and fast never tacky or sticky despite how hot your hands get.
Taylor’s Expression System 2 is their onboard pickup which produces a natural sounding, amplified acoustic tone. The pickup sounds great plugged into an acoustic amp, mixer, DAW, or even directly into a PA System. The factory-installed pickup makes this guitar ready to roll no matter the scenario.
The photos in this listing are our own stock images. The serial number we have listed here looks a little different from the photos here but they are very similar.
Looking for a great acoustic that won't break your budget stop in and check out this Taylor 110e Acoustic Guitar. Taylor Guitars has been around since 1974 and Bob Taylor has been there every step along the way. Taylor Guitars changed the entire Acoustic Guitar industry making them more playable, easier on the fingers, and more and more tuneful. From incorporating modern manufacturing techniques that have allowed for much easier repairs to developing great-sounding but easy-to-use electronic systems, Taylor Guitars has always been THE player-driven acoustic guitar manufacturer. The Music Gallery always has a wide selection of Taylor Guitars in stock. From the Academy Series up to the Presentation Series we try to have something from every level of the product line on hand. Ours are professionally inspected and set up so you know they are all playing great! Stop by the shop and experience Taylor Guitars at The Music Gallery!