Review – Taylor 417 e-R Guitar

Review – Taylor 417 e-R Guitar

Here’s our latest review from our sister-site Acoustic Review looking at a Taylor 417 e-R guitar, featuring…

  • Solid Indian Rosewood back & sides,
  • Solid Sitka Spruce top,
  • Grand Pacific round shoulder dreadnaught body shape,
  • V-Class bracing,
  • Taylor ES-2 pick-up system,
  • Mahogany neck with West African fingerboard,
  • 25.5″ scale length,
  • 1.75″ nut width,
  • Deluxe Taylor hardshell case included

Taylor says...”With its warm sonic character and lush, blooming overtones, the rosewood/spruce tonewood combination is the perfect match for the Grand Pacific dreadnought body shape. In the 417e, that pairing serves up a seasoned, blended response with clear low-end power, pristine trebles and a slightly scooped midrange—perfect for everything from songwriting to ensemble play to recording. Our V-Class bracing design adds more volume and longer sustain, and the built-in ES2 electronics ensure clear, authentic tone whenever you need to plug in. Aesthetic details include a sunburst top finish and new Finial inlays. The 417e ships in a deluxe hardshell case.”

Find out the team’s thoughts in the video above!

Taylor 417 e-R: UK RRP: £3539.00

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