In an in-depth conversation, Taylor master luthier Andy Powers reflects on the evolution of Taylor guitar design and the many factors that contribute to an acoustic guitar’s musical personality, including the player.
Explore the tone-shifting power of our DarkTone Series guitar picks with stylish koa-topped variety pack, which includes picks in a range of sizes, shapes and materials so that you can explore your guitar's full musical range and create your signature sound.
The Taylor ebony guitar slide, made from genuine Crelicam West African ebony, offers guitar players an alternative to traditional glass or metal slides. Available in four sizes, the ebony slide produces a warm, soft slide tone on both electric and acoustic guitars. Proceeds support our environmental initiatives.
Cover story: New for ’22: the AD27e Flametop, two new GT models and the Grand Concert AD22e. Plus: the 2022 Taylor Guitar Guide, Andy Powers talks about the evolution of Taylor tone, and more R&B guitar lessons.
On the Cover: Discover the art of Taylor's inlay designs. Plus: the growing popularity of small-body guitars, what artists learned during the pandemic, R&B guitar lessons and updates from our environmental initiatives.
Cover story: Taylor’s transition to employee ownership. Plus: Artists adapt during COVID | How African Americans shaped American music genres | Open minor tunings | the 200 Plus Series | Exotic-top T5z models
Taylor expands the GT Series with two new models, and the American Dream Series becomes a permanent addition. Plus: Talking pandemic creativity with FINNEAS and the inaugural digital edition of the Taylor Guitar Guide.
Taylor’s culture of innovation is built on a foundation of passion, problem-solving, and plucky resolve. During tough times, we know how to respond — it means looking out for others as much as ourselves.
Cover story: V-Class 12-string Grand Concerts. Plus: More V-Class Grand Concert models | Builder’s Edition K24ce | The Wood&Steel Interview with Mimi Fox | How guitar picks impact tone | How song ideas become recordings | Grand Pacific reviews