Taylor 616ce Spruce & Maple Grand Symphony Acoustic Electric Guitar in Natural

$2,999.00
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New
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Description

Intricately crafted tone and an absolutely gorgeous look make the 616ce an all-around exceptional instrument. This Grand Symphony features a torrefied maple top that not only produces the ever-desirable matured tone, but also proves to be considerably more expressive and resonant than standard tops, especially when paired with the thin gloss finish. The cutaway aids in the instrument's playability, making high-fret playing a breeze. Hand-rubbed "Brown Sugar" stained back and sides show off the astonishing flame maple figuring under a luscious molasses hue, while other appointments such as ivoroid purfling and an ebony and ivoroid rosette add even more to the guitar's beautifully balanced contrast of colors. In addition, the 616ce comes outfitted with Taylor's renowned electronics system, Expression System 2, so your tonal character can be heard just as well plugged in as acoustically. Stunning attention to detail in both sound and aesthetics come together in the form of the 616ce from Taylor.

Specs:

Shape: Grand Symphony
Back/Sides: Maple
Scale length: 25 1/2"
Top: Sitka Spruce
Electronics: Expression System 2
Nut & Saddle: Tusq Nut/Micarta Saddle
Neck Width: 1 3/4”
Bracing: Advanced Performance with Relief Rout
Fretboard: Ebony
Headstock Overlay: Ebony
Binding: Black
Bridge Pins: Ebony
Tuners: Taylor Nickel
Back/Side Finish: Gloss 3.5
Top Finish: Gloss 3.5
Neck Finish: Satin
Pickguard: Striped Ebony
Case: Taylor Deluxe Hardshell Brown
Fretboard Binding: Ebony
Rosette: Single Ring


Why We Love Taylor

Impeccable sound. Easy to play. It’s no wonder that Taylor Guitars has one of the industry’s most loyal followings. Known for innovative manufacturing techniques and history of master-grade craftsmanship, a Taylor guitar is a special instrument. At Cream City Music, we’re proud to offer a wide selection of Taylor guitars.