TAYLOR ACADEMY 10E DREADNOUGHT ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC GUITAR W/BAG

Rp13.125.000 Rp10.500.000

Body
Body type: Taylor A10 Dreadnought 15/16th-Scale
Cutaway: No
Top wood: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back & sides: Layered Sapele
Bracing pattern: Academy Series Bracing
Body finish: Matte 2.0 Varnish
Orientation: Right handed
Neck

Neck shape: Taylor Standard Profile
Nut width: 1.69 in. (43 mm)
Fingerboard: Genuine African Ebony
Neck wood: Saplele
Scale length: 24.87 in.
Number of frets: 20
Neck finish: Matte 2.0 Varnish
Electronics

Pickup/preamp: Yes
Brand: Taylor
Configuration: Behind the saddle transducer
Preamp EQ: 1-band
Feedback filter: No
Tuner: Yes
Other

Headstock overlay: Lexan
Tuning machines: Chrome Tuners with Chrome Buttons
Bridge: Genuine African Ebony
Saddle & nut: Micarta “Wave”/NuBone Nut
Number of strings: 6-string
Special features: None
Case: Deluxe Taylor Gig Bag
Accessories: None
Country of origin: Mexico

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Over the past four-plus decades there’s a resounding theme from Taylor Guitars: passion for improving the guitar-playing experience. As a company that’s passionate about exposing more players to the pleasures of making music, Taylor isn’t content to see people throw in the towel before they have a chance to get their groove on. The Academy Series, which includes the Academy 10e Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar, represents Taylor’s effort to support the development of the entry-level guitar player. Taylor believes that in many respects a player who is just beginning deserves the best-playing guitar.

Most newcomers to the instrument — and parents buying for their kids — are understandably reluctant to pony up for a more expensive, “nice” brand of guitar without knowing whether the interest will last. So the approach tends to be: start with an inexpensive, “good-enough” guitar, and if things progress, upgrade to something better. But all too often this ends in hand-wringing frustration, where would-be music-makers walk away from the instrument blaming themselves for not having enough musical talent or physical dexterity, when in fact the real culprit all along was the guitar.

The Playing Experience
Academy Series guitars, like this Academy 10e Dreadnought, was designed to offer enough immediate gratification to encourage a new player to keep playing. To do so, the playing experience was Taylor’s priority:

• Easy to hold and play: the body is comfortable and lightweight. The guitar is easy to strum and fret.
• Rewarding sound: this guitar yields a good sound easily in the hands of a newer player.
• Not too precious. Durable. Minimal. A guitar that’s too precious can be intimidating for a novice to play and care for.
• Broad appeal: it covers a broad range of music preferences.

Weight 17 kg
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