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Taylor 250ce-BLK DLX

Fantastisk 12-strengs gitar med cutaway, ES2 system og kasse

Taylor 250ce-BLK DLX
Varenr.: 115215
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kr 16 599 inkl. mva. kr 13 279 eks. mva.
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En slående vakker 12-strenger i en meget ekslusiv "pianolakkert" helsort finish med venetian Cutaway og Expression System 2 elektronikk. Dette er en tradisjonell dreadnought, men med avrundede skuldre, heltre Lutz (en hybrid mellom Spruce og Adriondack) gran i lokket, lønn i sarg og bunn og diamond innlegg på gripebrettet. Legg til hvit binding og gloss finish, samt chrome stemmemekanikk, og du har en 12-strenger som ser like bra ut som den låter! Deluxe hardshell case medfølger.

Nøkkelfunksjoner:

  • 12-strenger
  • Dreadnought kroppsform
  • Avrundede skuldre
  • Lutz Spruce i lokket for mer kraft og definisjon
  • Layered Body Woods av lønn
  • Expression System® 2 Electronikk
  • Venetian Cutaway Cutaways
  • Deluxe hardshell case


På denne gitaren medfølger 2 stk gratis service i løpet av de første 12 mnd. Denne gitaren blir også klargjort og justert av våre gitarteknikkere ved levering. Dette har en verdi på ca. kr 1.900,-  !!

A 12-string Ready for the Studio and the Stage
The Taylor 250ce Deluxe combines Taylor's tried-and-true dreadnought shape with an exceptionally clean pickup system to create a go-to guitar for playing in and out of the studio. Played acoustically, this 12-string dreadnought produces a powerful low end that strummers will adore. When you're plugged in, Taylor's proprietary ES-2 pickup system reproduces a clear tone that's as rich as the acoustic sound. The great plugged-in tone makes the Taylor 250ce Deluxe a favorite of audio engineers. You won't be sacrificing playability though. Like all Taylor guitars, the 250ce Deluxe plays like a dream and is almost impossible to put down. With the 250ce Deluxe, you'll always be ready to hit the stage or jump into the studio.

Traditional dreadnought construction
Nearly all of the most influential players from all genres have been seen with the dreadnought guitars for decades. This is due to the dreadnought's characteristic tone that has a rich bass, powerful projection, and sparkling highs. Taylor's renowned dreadnought shape subtly refines the dreadnought to create midrange presence that doesn't become boomy under hard picking. All in all, the Taylor 250ce embodies the traditional tone while adding brightness to make the instrument sound much more balanced.

Solid top gets better with age
The Taylor 250ce Deluxe is equipped with a solid lutz spruce top. Lutz spruce is a hybrid of Sitka spruce and white spruce that combines the strength of Sitka spruce with the nuanced tone of white spruce. This top has a great response under hard strumming while maintaining warmth that's suitable for fingerpicking. The top is mated to layered maple back and sides that have a lively, bright tone. As time passes, the tone of your Taylor 250ce will grow warmer, and you will have a hard time putting it down.

Taylor ES-2 electronics deliver stunning tone
Taylor's Expression System 2 is designed to faithfully reproduce your guitar's natural tone. This system utilizes three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated pickup sensors installed behind the saddle and through the bridge to capture top and string vibration like never before. Created in partnership with audio pioneer Rupert Neve, Taylor's electronics are seamlessly integrated into the design of the guitar from the ground up. Onboard tone controls provide added flavor, or set it flat for an uncolored, exceptionally clean amplified sound.

Features:

  • 12-string dreadnought body delivers massive, powerful projection
  • Solid lutz spruce top adds warmth and nuanced tone
  • Layered maple back and sides contribute a balanced sound
  • Taylor ES-2 electronics produce an exceptional clean tone
  • Hard rock maple neck and ebony fingerboard feel great in any player's hand
  • Soft cutaway gives you unfettered access to the upper frets