Taylor Tuesday - Taylor's Ebony Replanting
Hello everyone, we got another Taylor Tuesday Blog coming at you from Heartbreaker Guitars! This is the time where we take a minute each week to talk about Taylor Guitars, from the people who play them, to the people who build them, and the guitars themselves. We LOVE the Taylor's  in our collection. Still, there is more to this company than just a commitment to building high quality guitars. Taylor genuinely cares about doing that in a way that improves the world, and their commitment to running an ethical company shines through repeatedly. This is evident in Taylor's new campaign. Taylor is throwing its weight behind Ebony replanting efforts in Cameroon. Taylor Guitars, in a project spearheaded by Bob Taylor,...

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Blackwood Tone Wood

Blackwood Tone Wood
Hello everyone! We are back here at Heartbreaker Guitars for another blog post, trying to give you guys and gals the rundown on some of the fine guitars on sale at Heartbreaker Guitars. We like to help you be as informed as you can be before you Fall in Love with one of our amazing guitars! That means talking about things like neck shape, soundbox depth, and, yes, TONEWOOD!  The tonewood we want to highlight today is blackwood. Blackwood is commonly sourced from Africa, and the Tasmanian, which is located in Australia. The color on the wood is usually extremely dark, even appearing black (Which may come as a shock to some given the name) and is incredibly dense.  The...

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Paul Reed Smith Necks

Paul Reed Smith Necks
Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the Heartbreaker Guitars blog. Today I wanted to look at the amount of work it takes just to build a neck for a Paul Reed Smith Guitar. We have discussed the wood selection, drying and carving of the necks, yet that is only half of the story.  So let’s start with the truss rod installation and fingerboard glue-up. Since Paul Reed Smith spends so much time selecting the highest quality woods for their necks to ensure stable wood and then drying them properly, they do not have to rely on the truss rods to force the neck into position. This ensures they are used to support, making sure the neck is in...

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Taylor Tuesday - Big Baby Taylor
Hey everyone! Guess what! You get another Taylor Tuesday Blog from Heartbreaker Guitars! This is where we give you the details on all things Taylor Guitars from your favorite Taylor Dealer! That would be us, Heartbreaker Guitars, with the best deals on Taylor Guitars for sale!  We know you want as much information on these guitars as possible before you make a purchase. So today we are going to take a little time and highlight a new guitar for sale at Heartbreaker! That is the Big Baby Taylor!  A Few Details!  This Taylor is a pretty sweet little guitar, with a solid Sitka Spruce top and Layered Sapele back and sides. This is a pretty dynamic combination that allows for...

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Taylor Tuesday - Fall in Love with a Taylor Guitar
Hello everyone and welcome back to another Taylor Tuesday blog post from Heartbreaker Guitars where we discuss all things Taylor Guitars. We talk about the legendary Taylor Quality, and the joys of playing a Taylor Guitar, to the amazing response and tone of Taylor Guitars. We also talk about the amazing Taylor Guitars for sale from you favorite Taylor Dealer! That's right, that's us, Heartbreaker Guitars! We have a lot of Taylor Guitars for sale, so we wanted to show you a few! Taylor 224ce Koa DLX This thing is an incredible value considering it is under $1500 and it has a solid koa top and layered koa back and sides. it is a complete Heartbreaker and can easily be...

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Heartbreaker Guitars New Arrivals
Hello everyone and welcome to Heartbreaker Guitars, dealer in some of the finest guitars in the world! From Lowdens to Relish and everything in-between. We are constantly out looking for the best guitars in the world to bring to you and hopefully help you to Fall in Love with! We only sell guitars that we believe in 100%, and that means we have exacting standards for the guitars we bring in, which is why we get excited every delivery day when we get to bring you new and incredible guitars. Today we are going to highlight some of the favorite new instruments we have brought in recently.  Bourgeois Sloped D Madagascar DB Signature Pre Owned  This beautiful Sloped D is...

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Paul Reed Smith Artist Package
Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the Heartbreaker Guitars Blog. Today I wanted to discuss a really fantastic way to trick out your Paul Reed Smith Guitar that many customers might not know about. It is called the PRS Artist Package program and it allows you to customize some really important details of your Paul Reed Smith Guitar without having to go all the way to a Private Stock guitar, which is the pinnacle of PRS building but they do come with a slightly increased price tag, just a few $$$ more.  The Artist Package is available to the guitars in the PRS Core line, which include the Custom 22 and Custom 24, the McCarty 594 and McCarty...

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Taylor Tuesday - Taylor 214ce Koa/Sitka Spruce
Hello everyone and welcome back to another Taylor Tuesday Blog post where we, Heartbreaker Guitars your favorite Taylor Guitars Dealer, discuss all things Taylor Guitars, from the Taylor Guitars for sale at Heartbreaker, to the artists that play Taylor, to the luthiers that build them. Today we are excited to talk about a new Taylor Guitar to the Heartbreaker collection.  The guitar we are discussing today is the Taylor 214ce Koa/Sitka Spruce, an absolute gem of a guitar that packs a WHOLE lot of value in a really friendly price. It isn't often you find a full-sized Koa back and sides guitar built by a quality company for under $1000, but here it is! The Rundown... The 214ce Koa/Sitka Spruce...

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Paul Reed Smith Wood Drying and Body Construction
Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the Heartbreaker Guitars blog. Today I wanted dig deeper and look at the love and attention that goes into making the bodies for Paul Reed Smith Guitars. It might seem on the on surface that it wouldn’t take much time to make a guitar body, you just grab some wood, cut out a shape, do some gluing, sanding and painting, voila you have a guitar body. Wait maybe that does sound like it takes some time?  Like every aspect of the construction of a PRS guitar, there are many small but critical steps PRS take along the way to insure these guitars look, sound and play amazing. As with the necks, Paul...

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Taylor Tuesday - Taylor GS Mini
Hello everyone and welcome back to another Taylor Tuesday blog post from Heartbreaker Guitars, were we like to spend a little bit of time each week discussing Taylor Guitars. We talk about the people who play them, the people who make them, and like this week, we talk about the guitars themselves. The ones that we Fall in Love with. This week, the Taylor Guitars we would like to talk about are  the GS Mini guitars. These guitars pack a whole lot of punch for little guitars, with a VERY friendly price tag, but all of the Taylor quality that has made this company famous.  The GS Mini is the perfect guitar for a young player as it's size makes...

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