Taylor 210e Dreadnought (Electronics, Natural) Reviews5.0/5.0 based on 4 customer reviews
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from United States mn.
May 15, 2013Music Background:
live and recording engineer ex touring musician
Best guitar out there for the moneythis guitar is easy to play .the sound of the electronics are amazing its light weight and very rich looking. I own a studio it was a great addition very all my clients to use . I highly recommend this guitar to anybody looking for an affordable quality instr.
from duluth GA USA
July 19, 2012Music Background:
awesome guitarwhen i received my guitar from sweetwater, first I did not like the sound..because the string was so thick..I change it with light guitar string..and now I really appreciate the sound of the guitar..especially when I strummed it..I played the song of America,CSNY,Eagles and simon and Garfunkel,Jim Croce , Don Mclean and James Taylor..love this guitar for strumming ang fingering..
from gunnison colorado
February 2, 2012Music Background:
30 year player. Pro level contemporary christian.
playable excellenceI ordered my 210 e based on the woods used and I am a singer that plays hard. Heavy strumming. This box handles the lows without bottoming out. It will be on the road with me, and I wont have to worry about durability or performance.
January 6, 2010Music Background:
Worship music, rock
Taylor 210ePros: Construction is very good. Good quality parts. Resonance is awesome. Elixer strings sound best on this guitar. Awesome projection. Very loud. Playability is nice. Great tone. Setup was good for a strummer but a little hard on the fingers w/ medium strings. Set the guitar up and everything was ok.
Cons: Like any saddle pickup, it needs help. Add a Fishman Aura dreadnought pedal to it and all is well for live playing. MXR 10-band eq worked very well w/ a BBE sonic maximizer also.