Thanks to everyone who came out to the Taylor Roadshow last week. The dust has settled a bit, and we have some really cool instruments that came in as a result of this show. Some from people trading in, others we purchased from the Roadshow inventory. Things we have taken in recently:
(New) Taylor Fall Limited 2012 8 String Barritone, Blackwood back & sides
(Used) Taylor Custom built Dreadnaught, Brazillian Rosewood back & sides, Addirondack spruce top. This guitar is a butt kicker!
(New) Taylor T-5 Acousitc/ Electric guitar with a beautiful figured walnut top.
(New) Taylor 714ce with a natural finished Cedar top
(Used) Taylor T-5 Acousitc/ Electric with a figured Koa top. Too sweet.
This just a small sample of some of the awesome stock we have here in the store. Stay tuned for an update on all inventory and great photos to with them!
Join us for a informative, fun evening hosted by Ear Craft Music as representatives from Taylor Guitars brings the show on the road! Dozens of guitars will be on hand, including special edition models, Build-To-Order examples, and other instruments you may not have seen otherwise. While this is an informative event, we will also be offering special pricing on all new Taylor Guitars!
Special giveaways offered by Elixir and Taylor while supplies last!
Be present to enter for a chance to win a Custom Built Taylor Guitar!
If you have not visited us recently, we have in stock the brand new Taylor Grand Orchestra! The model we have is the 518, which features solid tropical mahogany back and sides and and solid spruce top. It sounds great! Stay tuned as our collection of this body shape expands and enjoy the video provided by Taylor.
Attention guitar soloists! Our Shred Fest event is back! We will be giving away an Ibanez RG471 to the guitarist with the right chops, technique, and charisma. Sign up to win here in the store or email us with your name and age. We encourage players of all ages to attend, but please keep in mind we will have adult players with experience performing. Have any questions? Contact Scot Gelzinis or just stop by!