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Taylor 914ce V-Class


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900 Series

Rooted in the classic tonewood pairing of Indian rosewood and Sitka spruce, our luxurious 900 Series guitars are brought to life with the utmost precision and care. The leader of the pack is our new 914ce, which sings beautifully thanks to our new V-Class bracing. Across the series, rosewood’s rich tonal range is matched by attentive aesthetic strokes, including a hand-beveled ebony armrest and contrasting koa and paua abalone edge trim. Other refined details include finely calibrated Gotoh 510 tuners, our ultra-thin gloss finish to allow optimal resonance, plus an optional tobacco sunburst top.

The 914ce acoustic-electric Grand Auditorium boasts V-Class™ bracing, which enhances volume and sustain as well as improves the guitar's natural intonation. Premium features include a beveled ebony armrest and Gotoh 510 tuners, whose 21:1 gear ratio allows for precise tuning, ebony binding, Taylor's Ascension fretboard/peghead inlay in paua and pearl, a paua rosette with koa and ebony purfling, and paua/koa trim along much of the body and neck. All V-class guitars feature a black graphite nut and a new guitar label that bears the signature of master guitar designer Andy Powers. 

Taylor’s signature shape embodies the ultimate all-purpose acoustic.
The soundboard choice for most guitars, Sitka spruce produces a broad dynamic range and accommodates a versatile range of playing styles.
The tonewood superstar. Popular, traditional, and versatile, Bob Taylor puts Indian rosewood among the greatest tonewoods ever.
The Expression System® 2 captures more of a guitar’s dynamic properties using a breakthrough behind-the-saddle design.
The Venetian cutaway is known for its soft, round lines. The sloping peak of the cutaway will vary depending on the shape of the guitar.
A revolutionary design that balances the flexibility and stability of the top, V-Class bracing produces unmatched sustain, volume, and intonation.