Taylor Guitars Adds V-Class Bracing to their Grand Concert Series of guitars, offering improved intonation, and a more robust sound!
Compared to other Taylor body styles, the Grand Concert has always drawn attention for its playability and compact size, both of which make it an appealing option for players of smaller stature as well as those who simply prefer an intimate guitar-playing experience. With its focused, articulate sound, the Grand Concert is beloved by fingerstyle players and anyone seeking a comfortable, inspiring playing experience. This year, Taylor has sweetened the package even further by adding V-Class bracing to the Grand Concert mix. Watch the video below for the full scoop and demo on these new models!
Taylor V-Class Grand Concert Features
As it has with Grand Auditorium guitars since last year’s launch, the new bracing design brings new tonal depth and character to the Grand Concert body, adding sustain and volume that make this small-bodied guitar sound much bigger than its modest footprint suggests. Along with the cleaner intonation that comes with V-Class bracing, this means a fuller, more robust sound from a compact frame, one that at once makes these guitars more versatile while enhancing the core tonal benefits of the Grand Concert shape.
V-Class Grand Concert Models
V-Class 800/800 DLX Series: Rosewood/Sitka Spruce 812ce DLX
812ce 12-Fret DLX
V-Class 500 Series: Mahogany/Cedar (512) or All-Mahogany (522)
V-Class 300 Series: Sapele/Spruce (312) or Blackwood/Mahogany (322)
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