- Built to the classic Dreadnought body profile with Venetian cutaway
- Sitka spruce top with natural finish
- Layered koa back and sides in gloss
- Sapele neck and heel with satin finish feels ultimately comfortable to play
- Ebony 20-fret fingerboard with small diamond position inlays
- Taylor's groundbreaking Expression System T (ES-T) electronics for fantastic amplified output
- Includes Taylor hard bag to protect the instrument
As the name suggests, one of the key ingredients in the construction of the Taylor 210ce-K Koa Electro Acoustic Guitar is its gloss-finished Hawaiian koa laminate back & sides, accompanied by a solid Sitka spruce top, and finished off with a cream binding, while Taylor's ES-T electronics allows you to hook up to an amp.
Although uncomplicated in its tonal offering, the koa laminate used in the construction of the Taylor 210ce-K Koa Electro Acoustic Guitar allows for a durable instrument with a highly-attractive, and relatively unique, aesthetic, as the guitar showcases the beautiful grain of the wood at its back and sides.
Balancing out, and giving clarity to, the tonal response of the Taylor 210ce-K is a solid Sitka spruce top. A standard in the guitar world with good reason, Sitka spruce brings both strength and elasticity giving a broad dynamic range and crisp articulation, making it a great all-rounder. Its no wonder it's the favourite of Taylor founder, Bob Taylor.
The Taylor 210ce-K Koa takes that most balanced of guitar body shapes, the dreadnought, and adds to it a luscious Venetian cutaway, giving a soft slope to the standard body shape and adding to it an ease of access to the upper register.
The Taylor 210ce-K Koa Electro Acoustic Guitar has been issued with Taylor's ES-T, a single-source, under-saddle transducer, which has individual elements for each string. At the upper bout of the guitar is an onboard preamp with all the controls of Taylor's ES, including a custom-voiced EQ and dynamic response, alongside a battery life LED power indicator. In addition the preamp board (situated inside the soundhole) offers a Phase switch for feedback control.