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Video Review Demo - Taylor Academy 10e

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  • [Music]
  • whoo man a is John Bollinger with the
  • mere guitar today I am messing around
  • with a tailor in the 10 e their new
  • Academy series and I gotta hand it to
  • you man this is this is you final in law
  • it's like 600 bucks so it's a it's a
  • bargain for an acoustic guitar and it
  • plays great I mean this is right out of
  • the box so I'll tell you all about it
  • after I tell about how recording this
  • we're running a Royer r121 mic into an
  • Apogee quartet into Pro Tools and I've
  • got the Royer I want it around the 12th
  • fret so that's what I'm going for and in
  • addition to that we're running a cloth
  • cable into the achi as well so you can
  • get a flavor of the proprietary pickup
  • system in fact just for shoes and gears
  • let me give you the pickup alone right
  • now
  • now this comes with it as you can see
  • right here one one band EQ for tone you
  • get volume and you've got a la a tear
  • not bad huh so this is what it sounds
  • like and I'm running it basically where
  • I've got the volume in the middle I've
  • got the tone to about three o'clock
  • [Music]
  • and you know what I'm going to go ahead
  • and roll that tone back to about right
  • in the middle just to get that flavor as
  • well
  • that's where I tend to run them but I
  • thought that's need a little more
  • sparkle so see okay here it is down a
  • quarter so this is low and bring the
  • volume of it anyway that's the pickup
  • alone and pretty impressive that and a
  • guitar this affordable you have a pickup
  • that works out well so let me give you
  • just the just a microphone now
  • [Music]
  • yeah we do some big dumb cowboy cords
  • [Music]
  • [Music]
  • so I'm trying to keep it around that
  • twelfth fret but that's you know that's
  • just your order now let's give you a
  • little blend and I can take a say
  • through some more stuff in this guitar
  • you know it's it's really kind of
  • inspiring I mean it plays well if I can
  • publication the details of it why it
  • plays so well so here's the here's the
  • basics the top is a Sitka spruce solid
  • set rickets bruise and I think it's kind
  • of universally agreed that like the best
  • flat tops are sick of spruce so whether
  • you line the top of the line from any
  • company or this very affordable one
  • that's a great ingredient so freaking
  • truth the back and sides are a layered
  • poppy Lee and Laird to me I guess
  • bending like a ply I guess I mean apply
  • and plywood plywood but there's some
  • really great guitars made with it so I
  • don't know if it's that big of a deal
  • I mean 335 is plywood so anyway so it's
  • plywood but that being said sounds great
  • bracing is Academy series bracing matte
  • finish neck is like distressed Taylor
  • profile you know it's really comfortable
  • I mean it's it's not particularly big
  • not a big clumpy one really really
  • comfortable
  • the almost feels like a like a Les Paul
  • camera so good feeling neck scale is
  • twenty four eight point eight seven
  • twenty threats pickup is just a behind
  • the saddle transducer but you know man
  • it sounds good a bridge evany asking
  • ebony that's cool the nut and the saddle
  • it's something called Mike rata which I
  • guess is synthetic a new bone and nut
  • and you Bo any nut which I guess is some
  • synthetic thing but it works well comes
  • in a gig bag and
  • sounds great so what I'll play a little
  • bit more you kind of here with a blend
  • of both the pickup and the lawyer
  • together pretty cool right so one thing
  • I really love about this guitar dig this
  • see that's economically shaved off there
  • to fall your forearm man that is so cool
  • and it's a feature you only see on like
  • really expensive guitars so I'd love
  • that man I don't have any guitars like
  • that but but boy it feels good right so
  • those the basics are the tailored candy
  • from the Academy series
  • sorry fairies making faces and make a
  • giggle anyway Patrice's for written view
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Read the review: http://bit.ly/TaylorAcademy10ePG

A lot of big guitar companies use a simple strategy for building affordable flattops: take the blueprint for an existing model, find a factory overseas, and build the same guitar with less expensive labor and materials. Taylor, however, has always gone its own way. And many of the unique guitars that it builds for entry-level buyers—the Baby Taylor, GS Mini, and Big Baby—have become front-line instruments for superstars.

Given the success of those instruments, as well as Taylor’s mid-priced, Mexico-built 100 and 200 series guitars, the arrival of Taylor’s new entry-level Academy Series may come as a surprise. But the Academy series—which includes grand concerts, a nylon-string hybrid, and the dreadnought reviewed here—is the welcome product of Taylor’s emphasis (obsession, perhaps) with design refinement at the affordable end of the flattop market. And my time with the 10e suggests that the efforts are neither empty marketing gestures nor design half measures. This is a thoughtfully built, fine-playing flattop that consistently delivers sonic surprises and consistently feels more expensive than it is.

The Academy Series guitars are the first new offerings from Taylor’s new Tecate, Mexico, factory, and the build quality is solid and representative of Taylor’s knack for getting priorities right. The setup is excellent, and despite trips from Southern California to Iowa and back to California again in late winter, the intonation is nearly perfect. While I personally might like the action on the slightly lower side, the Academy is exceptionally playable, feeling like a guitar from much further upmarket. The few construction shortcomings I could find—primarily stray glue around the wood band that stands in for traditional notched kerfing—has no bearing on the guitar’s performance.

Continue reading the review: http://bit.ly/TaylorAcademy10ePG

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