Taylor

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  1. USED Taylor 326e Baritone-6 Spring Limited Edition - Shaded Edgeburst
    $1,399.00

    Man, I love a Baritone guitar. I remember listening to Ry Cooder records and being floored by the sound. I tried to play along with the songs but my guitar never sounded right. I was playing the right notes but on the wrong end of guitar. To do it right, you have to do it on a baritone guitar. That's where that richness of tone comes from. A simple E or A major chord on a baritone sounds much deeper and fatter than on a regular acoustic. It only took me 20 years to figure that out. Here we have a 2014 Taylor 320e Baritone Guitar in near mint condition. Shows only the slightest signs it was played. The neck is straight and true. The frets are in perfect condition. This is the perfect guitar if you're into downtuning, or to accompany a regular 6 string. It sounds amazing. Everybody should have a Baritone in their arsenal.

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  2. Taylor 416ce Baritone - Sitka Spruce/Ovangkol #2081

    Regular Price: $2,798.00

    Special Price $1,876.00

    The Taylor 416ce Baritone takes advantage of ovangkol’s full midrange and bright top end. Though slightly less dense than most rosewoods, ovangkol shares much of rosewood’s clarity and fidelity. This pairs well with Taylor's baritone design, producing a deep voice with rosewood-like richness and clear note definition. The baritone’s lower B tuning, coupled with a 27-inch scale length, make it possible to generate tonal depth with normal string tension, giving players a familiar playing experience. It’s a great choice if you have a lower vocal range or favor a de-tuned guitar sound.

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