Taylor Guitars new models – XXXV-P and XXXV-TF

large-mainImage12FretAs written some time ago, Taylor Guitars is celebrating the company's 35th Anniversary and now they are announcing another special products – the 12-fret XXXV-TF guitar, and the parlor XXXV-P, pair vintage acoustic concepts with signature Taylor craftsmanship.

With a warm, vintage voice, the XXXV-TF, a guitar named so for its 12 frets from the nut to the edge of the body, features a back and sides of spectacular AA-grade koa, an Engelmann spruce top, and a slotted headstock crowned with ebony. The geometry of the neck, body, and bridge design in relation to each other translates into modern yet vintage tones. Premium appointments include a bone nut and saddle, green heart abalone top trim, a single abalone rosette and a koa peghead backstrap. To honor the anniversary, the 18-fret mahogany neck features the “35” inlay between the 11th and 12th frets, and is amplified with the Expression System®.

Not to be outdone is the XXXV-P, a parlor guitar that is compact in size but rich with tone. The XXXV-P features a parlor body shape designed by Taylor’s Larry Breedlove, with a back and sides of Madagascar rosewood and a top of wide grain Sitka spruce. Like the XXXV-TF, the mahogany neck joins the body at the 12-fret, while an ebony-topped slotted peghead is complemented by a bone nut and saddle. The bridge design, which draws from the Taylor Nylon Series bridge, features shortened ends and scalloped contouring for extra flexibility to enhance top movement and tone. A three-ring green heart abalone rosette and abalone dotted ebony bridge pins highlight the beautiful details of this all-gloss, small-bodied model, while parlor bracing and Taylor’s proprietary Expression System pickup provide clear articulation with each strum.

The XXXV-TF guitar will be offered at a suggested retail price of $6,998 and the XXXV-P guitar at $5,998.

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  1. Good info – poor writing. Let’s take only the first paragraph.

    As we written some time ago, Taylor Guitars are celebrating the company’s 35th Anniversary and now they are announcing another special products – the 12-fret XXXV-TF guitar, and the parlor XXXV-P, pair vintage acoustic concepts with signature Taylor craftsmanship.

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    As written some time ago,
    or
    As we wrote some time ago,
    or
    As we have written in the past,

    Taylor Guitars is (singular, not plural) celebrating their (“the company’s” is redundant) 35th Anniversary and now are (no need for “they are”) announcing new (another is singular and “other” doesn’t work) special products: the 12 fret XXXV-TF and the the parlor XXXV-P both pair vintage acoustic concepts with signature Taylor craftsmanship.

    But what in hell does it matter anymore that no one attempts to write correctly – blah, blah, blah.

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