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Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model)

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Elegant appointments with gorgeous ovangkol sides and back.

The Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has ovangkol back and sides to add crisp projection to the solid spruce top's warm tone. Ovangkol has similar sonic characteristics to rosewood and adds exotic visual appeal to the 410-CE. Taylor's unique bridge and precision-dressed fretboard are of silky ebony and the neck is tropical American mahogany. Expression System electronics with tone controls capture top and string vibration perfectly. White wood binding and stable chromeplated Taylor tuners provide brilliant visual highlights to the 410-CE. .

Features
  • Solid Sitka spruce top
  • Solid ovangkol back and sides
  • Mahogany neck
  • Ebony fretboard and bridge
  • Expression System electronics
  • Indian rosewood headstock overlay
  • Chromeplated Taylor tuners
  • 25-1/2"

You won't know how truly luxurious a genuine Taylor can be until you lay your hands on one. Order today.

 

410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model) Specifications:

  • Body Length : 20 Inches
    Back and Sides: Ovangkol
    Binding: White Fiber
    Body Depth : 4 5/8 Inches
    Body Width : 16 Inches
    Bracing: Scalloped, X-Brace
    Bridge/Tremolo: Ebony
    Case Included: Yes
    Cutaway: Venetian
    Electronics : Taylor Expression System
    Fingerboard: Ebony
    Finish: Satin with Gloss Top
    Frets: 20
    Hardware: Chrome
    Inlays: Large Pearl Dots
    Machine Heads: Taylor Tuners
    Neck Finish: White Binding
    Neck Material: Tropical American Mahogany
    Nut Width: 1.75"
    Overall Length : 41 Inches
    Scale: 25 1/2"
    Soundhole Rosette : Wood Fiber
    Strings : Elixir Medium Gauge Strings with NANOWEB Coating
    Top Wood: Sitka Spruce
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Taylor410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model)
 
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5.0

Beautiful Tone and A Pleasure to Play

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from Lancaster PA

Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I struggled playing a Martin D-18 for a year, never really comfortable with the neck. I sold it once I found the 410CE. The neck was the most comfortable neck I'd played. The cutaway makes some of the lead lines easier to get. And the tone of the Ovankol wood is a bit deeper than the mahogany, although still full and bright. It is a powerful sound, especially with Elixer light nanowebs. Through our PA at church, it is very natural. Many have commented on how good it sounds. I use drop D tuning a lot and some alternate tunings, and the guitar responds well. It isn't intended for fingerpicking, but when I don't have my OM out, this does just fine. The 1 3/4 inch neck makes fingerpicking more comfortable. I normally play it through a Genz Benz Shen 60 (has balanced XLR outputs), but will use an LR Baggs Para DI to go through the PA system if I don't use the amp. I would definately buy another.

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Ovankol: A Nice Surprise!!

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from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Taylor 410-CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar (2011 Model):

I was surprised to hear the melowness of sound this model has. Unplugged, it has a very soft, almost unpretentious sound regardless of how you play it. Plugged in, it's as clear as a bell. For me there's no question; the sound makes it fun to play. The sustain is about average, but the tone is excellent. It also stays in tune even after hard playing. A beautiful pro-level guitar for the money.

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