With their premium acoustic tone, distilled aesthetics and classic vibes, our American Dream guitars have been embraced by artists far and wide.
From the start, our American Dream Series guitars were designed to fill the needs of virtually all types of players — weekend warriors, songwriters, recording gurus, touring pros and first-timers alike. Initially released during the pandemic, the first wave of guitars sported our Grand Pacific dreadnought body shape, were voiced with our tone-enhancing V-Class bracing architecture, and were priced to deliver an all-solid-wood acoustic at our most accessible price point. Between their workhorse musical versatility and earthy, vintage vibe, they were broadly embraced.
Since then, we’ve expanded the American Dream Series to include Grand Concert and Grand Theater body styles and mahogany-top models. And those models have found their way into studios, venues and hands of artists across the U.S. — Al Bettis in Detroit, Sincere Engineer and Nathaniel Murphy in Chicago, Haley Knox and Joseph Solomon in Los Angeles, Maggie Baugh in Nashville and many more. Here’s a look at just a few of the artists who have come to lean on these guitars as creative tools, featuring original music by Keith Goodwin.
In a similar vein, we sent an assortment of American Dream models to one of our favorite content collaborators, artist/producer duo Daria Musk and RAM, and simply asked them to create whatever piece of music the guitars inspired them to make. They responded with the aptly titled “Spontaneously Dreaming,” a layered fingerstyle instrumental that shows off just how rich these guitars can sound in the hands of seasoned players.
You can find American Dream Series guitars at TaylorGuitars.com and authorized dealers everywhere.