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This is a 714ce limited Tasmanian Sassafrass
This has some very cool
sassafras back and sides.
This guitar is a bit of a limited
offering from Taylor,
they're only going to do
a certain amount of units on this guitar.
And what's very, very cool about this
instrument is the back inside woods
are a little bit of a departure from what
you'd normally see on a 700 series.
Normally you'd see a rosewood back
and sides over a spruce
top on a 700, but
this is going to get you sassafras.
There is some very cool color variation
in this guitar, and definitely
you're going to see that kind of variation
on many pieces of sassafras.
It's very similar
to the way that you might find Myrtle
being very, very not only flame,
but lots of different
colors and striations
and variation in the wood.
Aside from that, we're going to have
our normal 700 series appointments.
Very nice wood binding, standard scale
length in this grand auditorium.
This is a grand auditorium,
so this is going to be Taylor's most
most popular body size
among all of their line.
It's a little bit bigger than a standard
ohm size, but definitely
not as small as a double
or triple, though.
And this is going to be
a very comfortable guitar to play-
and a very versatile guitar to play.
So not only can you get away
with some light finger picking,
but you can also have this be your
if you're strumming guitar as well.
Some other features
that we're going to see on this
guitar are going to be
the black chrome tuners,
which are a relatively new addition
for Taylor to offer on their guitars.
The EQ system, which is coming
standard on all of their guitars,
not only with a volume
bass and treble control,
but very nice black graphite nut,
as well as the V-Class
bracing on the inside a nice sonic engine
to get everything going.
We're also going to see some very cool
like rope pufling along the edge.
That's kind of a nice feature
that you're not going to see
on all of Taylor's guitars, but does
does come standard on the
on the 700 series
as I've seen them in the past.
If you've got any questions
on this guitar, please
don't hesitate to reach out!