Bridging the divide between premium tone and workhorse reliability, the 210ce is a Dreadnought that will please traditionalists while inspiring new players. Made with layered Indian rosewood back and sides with a solid Sitka spruce top, the 210ce’s large, rounded body produces a warm low end set off by articulate highs and a balanced response of musical colors up and down the neck. The solid top delivers punch and power enough to fill any room, making the 210ce a great choice not just for home practice and recording but out on stage at open mics and full band shows. A clean appointment package includes crisp white binding, a three-ring rosette, 4mm Dot fretboard inlays, ES2 electronics for faithful plugged-in tone, and a sturdy padded gig bag for easy transportation.
- Dreadnought Shapes
Taylor’s Dreadnought captures the potent tone flatpickers and strummers love.
- Sitka Spruce Top Woods
The soundboard choice for most guitars, Sitka spruce produces a broad dynamic range and accommodates a versatile range of playing styles.
- Indian Rosewood Body Woods
The tonewood superstar. Popular, traditional, and versatile, Bob Taylor puts Indian rosewood among the greatest tonewoods ever.
- Expression System® 2 Electronics
The Expression System® 2 captures more of a guitar’s dynamic properties using a breakthrough behind-the-saddle design.
- Venetian Cutaway
The Venetian cutaway is known for its soft, round lines. The sloping peak of the cutaway will vary depending on the shape of the guitar.
Beautifully Designed Acoustic-electric Cutaway from Taylor
The Taylor 210ce represents all that has made Taylor a trusted and sought-after instrument: impeccable design, fine appointments, and signature Taylor tone. This dreadnought acoustic-electric features a solid Sitka spruce top with layered Indian rosewood back and sides for a blending of full low end, crisp high end, and a balanced midrange. A mahogany neck with African ebony fingerboard offers incredible playability and response, and with a deep Venetian cutaway, you can easily access those higher notes up the fingerboard. To translate beautifully natural acoustic tone, the 210ce is equipped with ES2 electronics, a favorite among guitarists.
Taylor's Expression System 2 delivers incredibly natural sound with full dynamics
Traditionally, acoustic-electric guitars have employed under-saddle piezo transducers, but Taylor has discovered a better way. Their revolutionary Expression System 2 uses a proprietary pickup behind the saddle. The pickup's three individually calibrated, precisely positioned piezo-electric sensors respond organically to the instrument's acoustic energy as it's transferred through the saddle. In concert with Taylor's custom-designed preamp (which delivers a 25% hotter signal), the result is a more natural acoustic sound with incredible dynamic range and responsiveness to your pick or finger attack.
Top-notch appointments and design
The 210ce is outfitted with the kind of top-notch appointments and build details that have made Taylors much beloved by guitarists the world over. A Forward Shifted Pattern bracing provides stellar resonance support and ensures long life. A nubone nut and micarta saddle give the 210ce an extra "something" in every note and every chord. The deep Venetian cutaway is smooth and makes accessing higher notes up the neck a breeze. And die-cast chrome tuners, white binding, and a satin finish add the final aesthetic touches.
- Impeccably designed acoustic-electric provides outstanding playability and tone
- Solid Sitka spruce top with layered Indian rosewood back and sides for a blending of full low end and crisp high end
- Mahogany neck with African ebony fingerboard offers incredible playability and response
- Revolutionary Expression System 2 delivers rich amplified acoustic tone
- Forward Shifted Pattern bracing for resonance support and long life
- Die-cast chrome tuners, white binding, and a satin finish
- Nubone nut and micarta saddle provide another level of tone and resonance support
- Deep Venetian cutaway is smooth and makes accessing higher notes up the neck a breeze