ANAHEIM, Calif. - January 25, 2014 - Taylor Guitars is debuting new additions to its popular 200 Series for 2014, the 200 Series Deluxe. The new guitars are loaded with high-end looks and stage-ready performance appeal, all at an attractive price point.
The new Deluxes offer players a choice of a layered rosewood body with solid Sitka spruce top and an optional sunburst finish, layered koa body and solid Sitka spruce top, or a layered sapele body and a solid Sitka spruce top with an all-black finish. The special additions to the line are available in both Dreadnought and Grand Auditorium body shapes.
Each Deluxe model features a full-gloss body, Small Diamond fretboard inlays, a Venetian cutaway, and original Expression System® electronics, and arrives in a hardshell Taylor case. Starting at a suggested manufacturer's retail price of $1,598, the guitars are perfect for everyone from gigging musicians to beginners looking to invest in their first quality guitar.
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