Taylor 724ce Hawaiian Koa Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The 724ce launches a new era for the Taylor 700 Series, introducing Select-grade Hawaiian koa to this popular family of acoustic guitars. This Grand Auditorium boasts back, sides and top of solid Hawaiian koa selected for its visual beauty as well as its punchy, lively musical response. You’ll hear a bold attack with an energetic tone profile that yields crisp trebles, a rich midrange and a low end that grows in over time. The super-thin matte finish makes for a raw feel and aesthetic that’s complemented by mother-of-pearl Fountain inlays, rosewood binding, a paua shell rosette and a dark-stained maple pickguard. It includes the ES2 acoustic pickup and a deluxe hardshell guitar case for storage and protection.
- Solid Hawaiian Koa top, back and sides
- Wood and shell, Indian rosewood frame, and paua field rosette
- V-Class bracing
- Tropical mahogany neck
- West African crelicam ebony fretboard
- Expression System 2 electronics
- Deluxe hard case
Grand Auditorium body
The mid-size Grand Auditorium bears refined proportions that falls between a Dreadnought and Grand Concert. The GA’s overall presence tracks well with other instruments both in a studio mix and on stage, and singer-songwriters have embraced its utility both for composing and traveling with one guitar.
Hawaiian koa top, back and sides
As a hardwood, a koa top will initially project a bright and focused tone, especially together with koa back and sides. Playing an all-koa guitar over time will allow the wood to mature, yielding an increasingly warm, rich, sweet sound with healthy overtone "bloom," especially in the midrange. The use of koa in the 700 series offers a bold, dynamic attack with a naturally woody character.
Expression System 2
The Taylor Expression System 2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in Taylor’s ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is Taylor’s patented behind-the-saddle pickup, which features three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated pickup sensors. The location of the sensors enables a more dynamic range of acoustic sound to be captured than ever before. Together with Taylor’s custom-designed “professional audio”-grade preamp, this system produces exceptional amplified tone and responsiveness.
A cutaway is the “scooped” indentation in a guitar’s upper, treble-side bout (near the neck), which allows access to the upper frets. Many electric players accustomed to having a cutaway gravitate toward the familiar feel of a cutaway acoustic guitar, especially if they play lead lines or chords in the upper register. The Venetian cutaway is known for its soft, round lines.
Taylor's patented V-Class bracing is a revolutionary new pattern — a new sonic engine — that marks a major shift away from traditional steel-string bracing patterns. By allowing the soundboard to flex naturally while maintaining rigidity along the center (in the direction of the strings), V-Class helps enhance the volume and sustain. It also creates a more orderly response from the soundboard.
|Included from Manufacturer||Deluxe hard case|
|Acoustic Body Style||Grand Auditorium|
|Number of Strings||6-Strings|
|Top||Solid Hawaiian Koa|
|Back||Solid Hawaiian Koa|
|Sides||Solid Hawaiian Koa|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Bridge||West African Crelicam Ebony|
|Bridge Saddle Material||Graph Tech Tusq|
|Electronics||Expression System 2|
|Tuner Built In||No|
|Scale Length||25 1/2"|
|Nut Material||Graph Tech Tusq|
Taylor Guitars Limited Warranty
Taylor warrants solely to the original purchaser of this Taylor musical instrument that the instrument purchased shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for as long as the instrument is owned by the original purchaser, and until the ownership of the instrument is transferred to another (unless otherwise noted by Taylor). Taylor further warrants solely to the original purchaser that all Taylor pickups and pickup systems – including Taylor solid body electric guitar pickups, installed acoustic pickups and pickup systems and pickup systems sold separately – shall be free from defects in workmanship and materials and shall function for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase.
This Limited Warranty does not apply: (a) to wear and tear to or breakage of frets, strings, nuts, saddle, batteries, or other damage or deterioration due to normal wear and tear of the instrument or its parts, or to normal wear and tear or breakage of any part of an instrument, including but not limited to controls, switches, jacks, plated surfaces, tuning devices, pickguards or finish, or to any instrument case, gig bag, gig bag handles, zippers, latches, case hardware, or finish; (b) to asserted defects or damage caused by modification, misuse, neglect, abuse, accidents, acts of nature, or improper maintenance of the instrument or its parts (Taylor reserves the exclusive right to make such determination of misuse, modification, or neglect based on inspection by Taylor or an authorized Taylor service center); (c) to asserted defects involving subjective personal likes or judgments, including subjective opinions regarding tonal characteristics of the instrument or grain characteristics or colors of woods; (d) to asserted defects or damage to an instrument such as cracks, splitting, or warping of wood or damage to the instrument’s finish caused by accident or exposure to changes in or extreme instances of temperature or humidity, exposure to sunlight, moisture, body salts or acids, guitar straps, or guitar stands or hangers which cause harm to the instrument; (e) to defects asserted by any purchaser who did not purchase the instrument from an authorized Taylor dealer in the United States of America or Canada; (f) to guitars owned by non-U.S. or non-Canadian residents, (g) to electrical components not manufactured by Taylor, (h) to setups, adjustments, or any routine maintenance, (i) to any instrument whose serial number is missing, altered, or tampered with in any fashion, or (j) to asserted defects or damage to an instrument which has had work performed on it by or has been otherwise repaired or modified by a technician or repair person other than an Taylor certified technician at an authorized Taylor service center.
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- West Central US: 3-5 days
- West Coast: 4-6 days
- Alaska & Hawaii: 7+ days