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Taylor 110 Dreadnought - Natural Reviews

5.0 stars based on 6 customer reviews
  • from Kinsman, OH December 19, 2013Music Background:
    Worship Leader. Guitar at Church

    This is one nice guitar!!!

    This is a great guitar, sounds, looks amazing. I was heading out to buy a Martin D-35, But I got this Taylor because It sounded great. I think I will hold off on that Martin purchase for now. If you buy this Taylor 110 you will LOVE it....

  • from Manorville September 18, 2013Music Background:

    Love my new Taylor 110 Deadnaught

    I could not be more pleased with my new Taylor purchase. It arrived on time and packed like the precious cargo it is. The only way this baby was getting dinged was if it fell out of the delivery truck. A beauty to look at, it was playable right out of the box. The sound is full, rich and clear...even w/o an amp which is exactly what I was looking for. It's noticeably lighter than my Yamaha dreadnought with a sweet, real-wood smell. The gig bag is substantial, not some after-purchase throw-in.

    As usual, Sweetwater was a delight to deal with. Their competitive pricing, along with an attention to detail and excellent communication are some of the reasons I will purchase future guitars from them. As an example of consideration, Scott emailed me pics of my guitar so I had something to show my buddies while I awaited it's arrival. Great job Sweetwater!

  • from Auburndale, FL July 15, 2013Music Background:
    Aspiring guitar player

    Great Service from SweetWater

    Not much blown away by guitar. But, this is entry level Taylor 110. Love the fretboard and NT neck. Exchanging it for a Martin D-15M. Nevertheless, Sweet Water service is great. My engineer Marshall Oliver is the best.

  • from United States June 7, 2013Music Background:
    30+ years hobbyist

    Can't beat it

    I wanted a new acoustic but didn't want to spend a lot of money. I visited music stores and tried every sub-$1000 acoustic I could find. The Taylor 110 won by a landslide. It sounded far bigger, clearer, and just an overall more "full" than anything else near that price. It beat Martin, Takamine, Yamaha, Ibanez, Epiphone, Fender, and Seagull.

    I was very surprised at the full sounding crystal clear tone this guitar oozes. It feels comfortable to play too. The action is good. For strings I use light guage (13's) and tune to Eb. I love the half-step down tuning, it feels better and gives me a more soulful lower end. This guitar handles that like a charm.

    As for finish it's almost unfinished. That doesn't bother me. I think I kind of like it. Still, this is my first Taylor and after a year, or so, I may trade up to a 410 which has the thicker gloss finish but this varnish finish is still very good.

    The gig bag is very nice, for a gig bag, but still won't offer full protection so be careful with it.

    If this is the price range you're looking at I promise you won't be disappointed if you pull the trigger on this model. It has made me very happy. I've owned very expensive guitars and very cheap guitars in my life. I'd say this guitar plays like it cost about a thousand bucks more than it does.

  • from Mexico, NY October 12, 2011Music Background:
    reformed band member, hobbyist, and enthusiest

    Taylor 110

    I am giving this a 5 star because this is the first time in a long time that for less than $xxx.xx I am completely satisfied. Awesome action and tone like some that I've payed over $1K+ for in the past. The case is heavy duty, but it's still a soft case and not worth a crap for real confident protection. This was almost in perfect tune when I got it through the ground shipping. I was surprised the neck didn't break from not being de-tuned, but,I either got lucky or these are that sturdy. It's basic without any frills like inlay's ect., but I wanted something that was basic for basic playing and not having to worry about. Now I am afraid of damage because I like it so much. Anyone thinking about a purchase, do a sit down next to any and all of your favorites and compare. For me, this was a hands down win. Zero regrets and would highly recommend. The bigger names are getting a ton more money for the same build. 25+ years in the field. These are a must check out, and Sweetwater took real good care in the service area and everything went smooth. They took the time to make sure I got what I wanted. Zero issues on their end as well. I am ecstatic with the whole transaction and the purchase. Win, Win all the way for me!

  • from California December 8, 2010Music Background:
    Musician, Student, Engineer, Producer, Songwriter, and Artist.


    Can't believe nobody's written a review for this one yet! This guitar is beautiful, in the way it looks and sounds. Beautiful Taylor top end, (lots of treble) but nowhere near overwhelming. The guitar records beautifully, and is just plain fun to play. For the price, it's really hard to find a guitar that sounds this good. Trust me, I've looked through so many guitars in this price range and even above this price range from other brands like Martin, Breedlove, etc. This one blows most away. I can't keep my hands off this instrument! You won't be able to either.

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