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Taylor Tuesday: Taylor K24ce Koa

by Daniel Odle July 07, 2019 2 min read

Hello everyone, it's Taylor Tuesday and today we have a beautiful guitar that will have you Falling in Love! The guitar in question is the Taylor K24ce Koa and it is absolutely stunning! From the exotic aesthetics and tone, to the rich wood appointments and gorgeous inlay work, the Taylor K24ce Koa is a guitar you simply cannot resist.

The Body

The Taylor K24ce Koa features an all Koa top, back and sides, with Ebony binding and a maple Rosette. The bracing pattern is the Taylor 24 size standard with a relief rout. The body depth is 4 5/8". It has a width of 16" and is 20" long. Set on the soundboard is an Ebony bridge. The Bridge pins are Ebony. The body also possesses and elegant Venetian cutaway, to allow access to the higher frets, and for increased play-ability.

The Neck

This guitar features a gorgeous and smooth Mahogany neck, with a gorgeous satin finish. Ebony is used for the fingerboard and binding, creating an aesthetically pleasing continuity with the body. The dimension of the neck are:
  • Nut Width: 1 3/4"
  • String Spacing: 2 1/5"
  • Scale Length: 25 1/2"
The fingerboard is set with a the absolutely beautiful and entrancing Island Vine Inlay, with wood used for all the inlay work. The neck has a two-way adjustable Truss rod.

Other Features

The Taylor K24ce Koa comes armed with a wide arsenal of features to optimize your playing experience. From the Taylor Gold Tuners, the bone nut, and the Micarta saddle you will never have a feeling of being underwhelmed by the appointments around these guitars.  Taylor spares no expense making it a joy to own and play. For when you are ready to plug in, these guitars come with the renowned Taylor Expression System 2, which helps perfectly capture the unique tonal signature this guitar has. It also comes with a Taylor Custom Hardshell Case.


The tone?   That is where the Taylor K24ce Koa really shines. The Koa tone wood provides a much more elegant, refined attack than spruce, with the notes seeming to roll out of the guitar smoothly, and then hang out for a bit, seeming to fade away just as smoothly. This creates not just a longer sustain, but a superior relationship between the notes that Koa is known for as a tone-wood. Koa guitars are also known to age incredibly well, with the guitars seeming to open up more and more with each passing year, adding considerable depth and character to the tone.

The Heartbreaker Take

The Taylor K24ce Koa is elegance itself in tone and appearance. This guitar will truly be love at first sight as you get wrapped in by the elegant looks, and then you won't be able to stop playing it once you hear it for the firs time. They age incredibly well, and you are not just buying a guitar, but a potential favorite for years to come. To view our posting for a Taylor K24ce Koa, click here. To browse our entire selection of Taylor Guitars, click here.

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