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Taylor 800 series and string gauge 14 Replies

I just bought a Taylor 816ce-Ltd.  Never thought that I would ever buy anything other than another Martin but there you go. The store restrung the guitar with Elixir Phosphor bronze medium gauge…Continue

Started by Dave P. Last reply by Kurt Chandler Jan 25.

Guitar straps and end pin jacks 15 Replies

Anyone else have problems fitting the guitar strap over the electric end pin jack on acoustic/electric guitars? I've asked music stores and strap manufacturers and neither seem to think it's a…Continue

Started by Downtown Freddy Brown. Last reply by Greg Ballantyne Jan 17.

Has anyone taken their Taylor GS Mini on a plane, and will it fit in the overhead compartment? 2 Replies

Help!  I'm getting ready to travel to Florida next week and was wondering if any of you have had any experience traveling with your GS Mini or small guitar? What if there is no room in the overhead…Continue

Started by Hoosier Picker. Last reply by Andy Getch Jun 13, 2015.

Laminate (?) Peeling Off Headstock 4 Replies

I have a 415 Jumbo (2001). A year or two ago I noticed light-shaded rings around the tuning posts. These gradually got bigger, and finally I realized that they were sort like bubbles. I could pick at…Continue

Tags: finish, 415, laminate

Started by Jack North. Last reply by Jack North Mar 28, 2015.

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Comment by Daniel Cooper on January 24, 2010 at 2:21pm
Hey Pali,
We met with Casey Kamaka at NAMM. As a result of our conversation, we are working on a smaller Ukulele, Mandolin, Violin specific unit to release in the very near future, and a larger one for Chello.
I lived on Oahu and Maui for 11 years. Seeing those guys at NAMM made me homesick...D
Comment by Daniel Cooper on January 24, 2010 at 2:05pm
Pali, Go to the website, and place your order to reserve one.. We are getting slammed since NAMM. best regards, DC
http://www.cooperstand.com
Comment by Pali K on January 24, 2010 at 1:56pm
Awesome! where can I order one (need one for my guitar and ukulele)..
Comment by Daniel Cooper on January 24, 2010 at 1:48pm
Hey You all, BT and his crew loved our Cooperstand at NAMM. Took one home to review. Big compliment! Check them out. They are better than what you are useing. Yes that is my "97 815ce that I am messing with... DC
Comment by Alwyn Venter on January 23, 2010 at 10:43pm
Antonio, I also play a 314CE as my main guitar. REally enjoy the guitar. Appreciate the most the balance of the sound across the full range and the clean sound.
Comment by Pali K on January 23, 2010 at 9:28pm
agreed Mike.. their service guys and gals are the best I've ever seen/needed to work with. Also, if you have the time, do take the Taylor Guitar factory tour.. very cool indeed!
Comment by Mike Nepper on January 23, 2010 at 8:44pm
Just a note to people with Taylor problems. Send your guitar to the factory for repairs. You will be taken care of properly. I have had only a tiny issue but they are renowned for their customer service! I was indeed impressed in a big way. Also, I can highly recommend the touring workshops they put on in local guitar stores. Bring your guitar and they will address small issues on the spot!
Comment by Antonio Eduardo Rosa on January 22, 2010 at 2:50am
Hi friends,

I'm a proud owner of a Taylor 314CE.
A great instrument.
When I purchased it I was looking for a 514CE but the only one that arrived to the store was sold. A friend told me to try this one, I'm I'm glad I purchased it.
Would like to know if some of you have the same model and your opinions about it.
Cheers,
Antonio
Comment by Pali K on January 22, 2010 at 1:24am
Aloha all, and howdy! new to the AG forums, Taylor guy too (play the DDSM Doyle Dykes model)...

in regards to the pickup.. yeah, all the early Taylors had that problem. I was told it was a glue issue in the pickup housing that came undone either due to temperature and/or altitude (yeah, altitude)... was told that by a former Taylor repair rep. Taylor will replace and upgrade to the 9volt version-so that's cool.. but at one point I had 8 different Taylors, all first series, all 8 went back.
Comment by Mike Nepper on January 17, 2010 at 10:27am
I am new to this group and have owned several Taylors. My son came over yesterday with a lightly used 214 he got on ebay. Wow, what a fine acoustic instrument! I don't believe there is any competition in this price range.

This guitar will definitely take him from beginner well into itermediate / advanced level. I have attached a picture of 2 of my favorites.
 

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