When Taylor’s T5 debuted in 2005, it won awards for “Best Acoustic” and “Best Electric” guitar from industry players. Now the company is introducing the T5z, the smaller yet bolder version of the T5. The hollowbody design features an active soundboard to produce a natural acoustic voice and incorporates three pickups: an acoustic body sensor, a concealed neck humbucker, and a visible bridge humbucker.
On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Taylor Guitars, co-founder Bob Taylor shares his vision for the company's guitar-making future and explains why master builder Andy Powers is good for both Taylor and the next generation of guitar players.
The Taylor Guitars Road Show is back, and with it, enthralling fans to an exciting evening of new guitars, experts from the Taylor Guitars Factory in El Cajon, California, and for 2014, new products in the redesigned 800 Series and the best-selling hybrid, the T5z.
During last week's 2014 Winter NAMM Show, the Guitar World crew visited the Taylor Guitars booth to check out the company's new redesigned 800 Series of guitars. In the clip, which you can check out below, Taylor's Andy Powers gives us the low-down on the series.
During last week's 2014 Winter NAMM Show, the Guitar World crew visited the always-popular Taylor Guitars booth. In our video, which you can check out below, Andy Powers tells us about the company's new T5z model, the T5Z Classic and the Custom Grand Symphony model.