With their existing 552ce and 562ce models, Taylor has already proven that a 12-string guitar doesn’t necessarily have to be uncomfortably big in size and heavy to play. They have now added two new models to their line of 12-string electro-acoustic guitars: the 362ce and the 352ce.
The new 362ce is a Grand Concert model with a 12th-fret neck joint and a comfortable scale length of 24 7/8 inch. The guitar is made from high-quality tone woods: it has a hardwood mahogany top with a shaded edgeburst finish and the back and sides of the body are solid Tasmanian blackwood. Taylor’s ES2 electronics will make sure that the balanced and clear tone of the instrument gets translated to your acoustic amp.
This new guitar is a Grand Concert model as well, but it was made from different tone woods for a dynamic response and bright tonality. It has a Sitka spruce top and sapele back and sides. The top features a gloss finish and like the 362ce, the guitar is equipped with Taylor’s ES2 electronics.
Other Taylor news
All Grand Symphony cutaway models from the 500 series and above will now come with a sharper, Florentine cutaway. Taylor has also announced that the rosewood models from its 800 and 900 series will get a hand-sprayed Tobacco Sunburst color option.