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USED Taylor 2013 818e Grand Orchestra first edition 94/100 w/case and extras

SKU: ZZZ00557
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Taylor's 818e First Edition acoustic-electric guitar celebrates the first run of the new Grand Orchestra series - Andy Powers era - featuring premium tone woods and collectable case candy!

For this first edition, Taylor went back to the "drawing board" to create a louder and very balanced acoustic guitar resulting in the Grand Orchestra shape - their largest body shape. This design gives it their boldest, richest full range voice yet very dynamic and responsive to all types of acoustic players!

Featuring a quartersawn AA Indian Rosewood Back and Sides, Sitka Spruce Top and unique Parabolic Bracing - offering bass enhancement without being overbearing.
Pearl 800 Series inlays, gold plated tuners and figured maple body and neck binding takes this to another class level!

Designed to faithfully reproduce your guitar's native tone, the Taylor 818e Grand Orchestra First Edition's Expression System uses patented Dynamic Sensors to capture both top and string vibration with incredible detail. The Taylor Expression System was created in partnership with renowned audio pioneer Rupert Neve. Unlike standard onboard electronics, the Taylor Expression System is seamlessly integrated into the design of the 818e from the ground up. Onboard tone controls provide added flavor or can be set flat for an uncolored, exceptionally clean amplified sound.

Comes with original limited edition case, with limited Case label, First Edition Strap, Certificate of Authenticity and a special photo book complete the commemorative set of collectibles.

Overall, this guitar is in Excellent Condition and sounds amazing - it's begging to be played!!
Note... There is one small cosmetic repair to a small ding in the lacquer along the side of the body. This "ding" did not crack or go through the body wood, it was more of a lacquer ding and an impression on the body.
It was touched up by a Taylor Authorized Repair Person - they made the impression smooth to the touch - you can still see the original ding/impression but it is smooth to the touch. Again it's a small cosmetic 'blemish' as seen in the picture.

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