After years of waiting Taylor Guitars have finally included Tasmanian blackwood into their standard line of guitars!!
This is the first time a major international guitar manufacturer has incorporated Tasmanian blackwood into its standard production.
This is farm-grown Tasmanian blackwood.
HOORAY FOR TASMANIA!!
Taylor Guitars master guitar designer Andy Powers explains why the refinements applied to the new Taylor 300 Series make the guitars the most dynamically responsive, expressive instruments the series has ever offered. He also talks about the addition of Tasmanian blackwood to the series…
…. and why it’s one of his all-time favorite tonewoods, from its warmth and dynamic range to its sustainable sourcing outlook.
You can’t ask for a better recommendation than that now can you?
Nonetheless, blackwood has been attracting an ever-growing following among guitar makers and players. The supply is also sustainable, with a healthy sourcing outlook for the future.
Ok that’s enough! You can stop now!!
The 300 series are Taylor’s lowest price solid wood guitars.
How do you introduce a relatively new unknown tonewood into the American market?
You bring it out at a low price so the market is better able to experience the magic of Tasmanian blackwood.
My only request to Andy Powers!
Please also include Tasmanian blackwood as a top wood option in the 300 series!!!
Please let us have a Taylor 300 that speaks 100% Tasmanian blackwood.
Now we want guitar buyers to stampede these new Tasmanian blackwood models from Taylor guitars.
Tasmanian blackwood – the profitable, sustainable quality tonewood.