Taylor Road Show 2014
Taylor Road Show returns for 2014, touring the US and Europe with the brand's experts and latest guitars.
Taylor T5z Hybrid Electric-Acoustic
This year's Road Show will feature a variety of in-store events that the brand promises to enthrall their fans with their latest developments and guitar products - particularly the redesigned 800 series and the new T5z hybrid electric-acoustic.
If you own a Taylor Guitar, or you are planning to buy one, or even if you are simply curious about the brand, then you should check out Taylor Road Show. The company calls each show as "an evening of guitar talk and demos with Taylor's friendly factory experts."
These events are facilitated by experts at Taylor guitars, who provide both education and entertainment relating to the brand and their guitars. The Taylor Road Show Team will be sharing insights on the company’s guitar-making process, highlighting innovations that they recently introduced including the patented new Expression System 2 pickup and proprietary New Technology neck design.
To help potential buyers in identifying the right guitar to complement their playing style, the facilitators will also be demonstrating how body shapes and the different woods affect tone. More importantly, you will also be encouraged to sample a variety of models from Taylor’s guitar line. This will give you valuable hands-on experience with a wide variety of guitar models, including an array of premium custom guitars, which will result in making a well informed choice when choosing your instrument.
Like the previous Road Shows, admission is free. If you RSVP prior to attending via their website, you also stand a chance at winning a Taylor custom guitar as well as items from their clothing and accessories line TaylorWare.
The 2014 Taylor Road Show schedule is now posted on their website, featuring stops at both domestic and European authorized dealers. Visit Taylor Guitars for more information.
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