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  • Taylor Tuesday - New Arrivals

    July 07, 2019 2 min read

    Hey everyone, welcome back to Taylor Tuesday from Heartbreaker Guitars! This is our blog series where we discuss Taylor Guitars in depth, from the luthiers that make them, to the artist that play them. We look at the features of guitars and go over the Taylor Guitars for sale here at at Heartbreaker Guitars. As a Top Taylor Guitars Dealer, we are constantly receiving new inventory from Taylor Guitars! In this blog we are going to talk about several new series of Taylor Guitars Heartbreaker is now carrying!

    The 400 Series 

    The 400 series is a quality Taylor series that offers a top of Spruce with a choice of either Rosewood or Ovangkol. The series is known for versatilty and it's ability to tackle many genres, as well as being an entry level model into the realm of top tier Taylor guitars. Heartbreaker is currently selling a 414ce with Rosewood that can be viewed by clicking the link here

    The 200 Series 

    The 200 series is an extremely affordable and effective option for musicians ready for a professional level instrument that can't afford to drop thousands of dollars on a guitar. The 200 series comes in a variety of shapes and tonewood combinations that allow for the player to find the perfect fit for their style. We currently have two for sale, a 214 Koa/Sitka, and a 214 DLX.

    The 100 Series 

    The 100 series is the perfect budget guitar. No frills, just a solid, well built guitar with all of the legendary Taylor quality. We have multiple Taylor Guitars on sale and they are all available for viewing by clicking the link here

    The Academy Series 

    The Taylor Academy Series is a phenomal option for an entry level instrument, or for an expeirenced player look for a new instrument that is quality but won't break the bank. We have covered the Academy Series in-depth in a previous Taylor Tuesday Blog post. Check it out by clicking the link here



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