2007 Taylor 914ce LTD Brazilian Rosewood -  One of 107 - Excellent Condition

Taylor 914ce in silky Sitka Spruce and Brazilian Rosewood. We've come to expect quality and innovation from Taylor, and this guitar reflects why. The fit and finish is excellent, and top-shelf appointments like Abalone purfling, rosette, and gorgeous fingerboard inlay make this a real show-stopper. And when it comes to tone, Brazilian is king, and this guitar has a striking and especially fragrant set. Big, bold basses and bright trebles sing out of this stunning instrument. The Taylor Expression pickup system make this an excellent choice for the stage

The Taylor 914ce-LTD Limited features the breathtaking look and sound of Brazilian rosewood. Commonly referred to as the "holy grail" of tone-woods, this rare wood is no longer allowed to be harvested, resulting in only rare amounts cut prior to 1990 being available. That's not all the 914ce-LTD acoustic/electric has to offer: you also get a solid Sitka spruce top, ebony fingerboard, comfortable cutaway, and exquisite appointments. Deep bass, crisp highs, and powerful projection give the Taylor 914ce-LTD more than just great looks.

This Taylor is being sold as represented in the Photos.  It has Plek'ed and plays and sounds incredible.  It is truly a masterpiece

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Listeda year ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • 914CE Brazilian Rosewood Fall Limited Edition
  • Natural
  • 2007
Made In
  • United States


Newark, DE, United States
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