Taylor acoustic guitar dating

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I would go to Gitarren Total in Zurich and try a few out and find one that sings to you. They have Taylors, Martins, Gibsons, Furch, and a few others including a few from a $wi$$ luthier. After doing some research I found Aria was the only good factory (besides yamaha) during that time.I might sell it for CHF 500, but I might not sell it either.So I don't have problems with a second hand guitar as long as it is in good shape. Just not sure it's the kind of sound I'm looking for. A lot of acoustic guitars that they won't send here.... Acoustic guitars generally sound the best after a few years being played. Or check out some Yammys or Recording Kings from House of So I don't have problems with a second hand guitar as long as it is in good shape. Yeah the SITES thing is a PITA but I fully agree with it.The saying goes "try before you buy" every tree and every piece of wood is different and so is every guitar even the same model of the same year.Except for Taylors, they all have the same artificially sounding lush brightness to them. Not saying they are bad guitars, just not my cup of coffee. I bought a 1971 Aria (dred, made in Japan) as my beater/campfire guitar but once I brought it home and changed strings I realized it was far too good to be a beater.An innovative, new V-brace pattern for high-end Taylor acoustics At this year’s Winter NAMM, Taylor introduced a new line of acoustic steel strings called ‘V-Class’.

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The saying goes "try before you buy" every tree and every piece of wood is different and so is every guitar even the same model of the same year. Regarding the body shape I'd prefer Grand Auditorium or similar. Sure every guitar is diferent and I would need to try the guitar before buying, unless it's a really good deal. Been playing for about 20years (well, not much in the past 6/7 years ).I dont want a solid wood guitar beacuse this is supposed to be my beater to play around summer campfires in Ticino. Oh, and something that Thomann is able to send to Switzerland would be nice. I'm looking for something a little bit more modern sounding (not sterile sounding though)...So it has to handle temp and humidity swings without me freaking out and rushing it back into its case. Just not sure it's the kind of sound I'm looking for. A lot of acoustic guitars that they won't send here.... Acoustic guitars generally sound the best after a few years being played. Oh, and something that Thomann is able to send to Switzerland would be nice.Both pleasantly surprised and thoroughly impressed. Also check out the grand concert or auditoriums from Ibanez as well. Not really looking for a dreadnought, but thanks for the offer anyway. Even slightly better than Thomann, and being in Switzerland I won't have to deal with taxes, custom duties, custom clearance, etc... I'm aware of the "green inovative connstruction technics". Did you look up the price without pickup and tuner?The high-pressure laminate back and sides, "sanwich" neck, the Richlite fingerboard and bridge... Have you tried any of this guitars California Dream? Welcome to Switzerland buddy, prices are higher here.

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