Taylor Guitars’ master luthier Andy Powers talks about rosewood’s rich history in acoustic guitar building.
September 01, 2016
Taylor Guitars’ master luthier Andy Powers talks about the rich history of using rosewood in building acoustic guitars. Andy touches on rosewood’s musical virtue, sustainable harvesting, and Taylor’s use of rosewood throughout the line.
Take a look at the Peghead Nation demo of the new Taylor 414ce-R as an example of one of Taylor's newest models to include rosewood as an option.
Learn more about rosewood at TaylorGuitars.com.
And check out Taylor's new e-book, The Definitive Guide to Buying an Acoustic Guitar here. It's a great resource to help you make the best choice possible when considering what new guitar to add to your stable of instruments. It helps you define your player profile, shows you the overall anatomy of an acoustic guitar, discusses guitar body shapes, tonewoods, and much more. Download it for free, here!
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