A special roasting technique accelerates the aging process of the spruce that Taylor uses for the 600 series top wood.
March 03, 2015
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A special roasting technique accelerates the aging process, yielding the rich and responsive tonal character of an older guitar. The technique gives the tops a slightly darker complexion that resembles cedar.
Taylor has applied its latest tone-enhancing design strokes to the maple 600 Series. The result is a transformation of maple’s historically bright tone profile into a richer, warmer, more complex voice. Players can expect a more musical, more versatile guitar experience.
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