362ce 12 String
The 362ce offers shimmering octave sound in a compact body that makes it one of the most comfortable 12-string guitars on the market. This all-mahogany Grand Concert serves up a punchy midrange response that remains balanced across the frequency spectrum, with V-Class bracing inside boosting the volume, sustain and overall tunefulness of the guitar. The hardwood top helps even out an aggressive attack, delivering a focused sound with minimal overtones. With a slightly shorter scale length of 24-7/8", players will notice a slinkier feel down the neck, making it easier to hold notes and chords. The 362ce sports a dusky visual style with a dark edgeburst finish treatment and includes ES2 electronics and a hardshell case.
A smaller-bodied guitar ideally suited for fingerstyle.
Mahogany is known for its meaty midrange character, featuring a strong fundamental focus often described as “punchy,”
“woody,” or “dry,” because it doesn’t produce a lot of ringing overtones. Mahogany’s earthy voice has been featured on many roots music recordings over the years.
2The Taylor Expression System® 2 (ES2) is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylor’s
ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is Taylor’s patented behind-the-saddle pickup, which features three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated pickup sensors. The location of the sensors enables a more dynamic range of acoustic sound to be captured than ever before. Together with Taylor’s custom-designed “professional audio”-grade preamp, this system produces exceptional amplified tone and responsiveness. On stage through a PA, plugged into your favorite acoustic amplifier, or direct into recording software, the Expression System 2 faithfully conveys the voice of your Taylor guitar.
The Venetian cutaway is known for its soft, round lines. The sloping peak of the cutaway will vary depending on the shape of the body.
Our patented V-Class bracing is a revolutionary new pattern — a new sonic engine — that marks a major shift away from traditional steel-string bracing patterns.