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Tonewoods | Mahogany vs. Maple vs. Rosewood | Taylor Guitars
 
A helpful look at the characteristics of the three most common tonewoods, with suggestions for picking a guitar based on the sound you need.
November 29, 2018

Maple, mahogany, and rosewood are three of our most popular acoustic guitar tonewoods, appearing all across the Taylor line. Product Specialist Marc Seal demonstrates the qualities and characteristics of each wood and offers suggestions for picking a guitar based on the sound you need.

Head to the Taylor Holiday Gift Guide to learn more about how tonewoods give each of our guitars their unique tone profile.

Visit our website: https://www.taylorguitars.com/

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