Taylor Custom GA Grand Auditorium Catch #12 Big Leaf Maple/Lutz Spruce Shaded Edge Burst

Taylor’s Custom Catch event guitars represent the finest in custom-built acoustics. Each guitar features its own blend of tonewoods, finishes, hardware, and bracing to provide a truly unique instrument that’s one of a kind with regard to sound and visuals. Every difference in each guitar is made for a reason — and when you play a Taylor Custom Catch guitar, you’ll be able to hear why. Courtesy of the master luthiers at Taylor, you’ll be confident knowing that your guitar has been crafted and handled with extreme care.

A beautiful collection of tonewoods presents a stellar visual display and produces a unique acoustic tone
Grand Auditorium body style provides a projecting voice; perfect for stage or studio recording sessions
Lutz spruce top and maple back and sides produce a clear, resonant sound with deep projection and an adequate amount of delay
Sharp Florentine cutaway
Abalone binding and inlay
Figured Hawaiian koa back and side binding/purfling
Standard curve satin neck profile provides a classic acoustic playability feel
Nut width 1-3/4"
Scale length 24-7/8"
Deluxe solid West African Crelicam ebony headstock
800 series fingerboard inlays
Antique chrome hardware
Black TUSQ nut and micarta bridge
Taylor ES2 rests behind the saddle to produce a more natural, boosted sound for recording and live performances
Hardshell Case

*Models are subject to change without notice.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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