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Andy Powers on Meeting Doc Watson | Taylor Guitars
 
Taylor’s master guitar designer talks about being inspired by vintage acoustic recordings and meeting one of his flatpicking heroes.
January 18, 2019

From the La Paloma theater in Southern California, Taylor master guitar designer Andy Powers talks about being inspired by vintage acoustic recordings from artists such as Doc Watson. Check back on January 23 for a special announcement from Taylor Guitars. 

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