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Taylor Guitars introduces a limited run of mahogany-top models with shaded edgeburst finishes.
July 10, 2015

Taylor has introduced a special limited edition of several models in its 300 series. In addition to variations of standard grand concerts (322e-SEB), grand auditoriums (324e-SEB), and dreadnoughts (320e-SEB), the run includes a 12-string dreadnought (360e-SEB, pictured below) and a baritone that uses the company’s grand symphony body (326e Baritone-SEB).

All the guitars have the 300 series’ standard solid sapele back and sides, matched with a solid mahogany top. An edgeburst finish gives the guitars a distinctive appearance. All models include Taylor’s ES-2 pickup system.

With prices around $2,378, this run is a great chance to own a limited-edition Taylor at an affordable price. taylorguitars.com.

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