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TAYLOR 310 ACOUSTIC GUITAR - DREADNOUGHT - SPRUCE TOP / SAPELE MAHOGANY B&S

Stock code: TY310

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Description

Strummers and flatpickers will love the clear projection and top-end brightness of our sapele/spruce Dreadnought 310. Slightly denser than mahogany, sapele produces an extra splash of treble “zing” that makes for strong and articulate lead runs. Understated cosmetic details include black binding, a black pickguard, pearl dot fretboard inlays, and a 3-ring rosette. The guitar ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.

The potent tone flatpickers and strummers love.

The most traditional of guitar shapes, Bob Taylor has evolved the Taylor Dreadnought over time to honor its enduring sonic heritage yet also refine the look and sound into a more modern package. The Taylor Dreadnought still boasts that powerful dreadnought tone that old school pickers expect, with deep lows and crisp highs, but with a voice that, like every Taylor, is more evenly balanced across the entire tonal spectrum. Perhaps more than any other shape, the Dreadnought remains linked with roots music like bluegrass and folk, in part because of its traditional role in defining those sounds. Pickers and strummers with an aggressive attack will love our Dreadnought’s blend of power and articulation, which allows for clear lead lines and crisp, driving rhythms.

Sapele

Origin: West Africa

Used On: 300 Series, Acoustic 3 Series, Laminate 100 Series, GS Mini, Baby and Big Baby

An alternative tonewood that joined the Taylor fold over a decade ago. It’s sometimes mistakenly referred to as African mahogany because it closely resembles the West African wood khaya, which is commercially known as African mahogany. Sapele is a highly sustainable, relatively fast-growing wood. Tonally, it does everything that mahogany does, with a little extra treble zing. We’ll be able to offer it for a long, long time.

Goes Well With: Everything. Like ovangkol, it’s a great all-purpose tonewood that will deliver a consistent, balanced tone in a variety of playing applications, from fingerstyle to strumming.