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What is V-Class Bracing? | Taylor Guitars
 
Andy Powers and Bob Taylor talk about the concept and creation of Taylor’s new guitar bracing.
March 2, 2018

V-Class bracing is the product of Taylor’s tradition of ingenuity, a new development that breaks away from the traditional X-bracing pattern to change the way the acoustic guitar sounds. At Taylor, we have always been driven to innovate and apply creative thinking to challenging problems. With a new design that resolves the tension between volume and sustain while improving intonation, we’ve moved the acoustic guitar forward and opened up new avenues for players.

Learn more about V-Class Bracing: http://tylrgt.rs/2DFcABH

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