Taylor Guitars Road Show 2011
Get the chance to talk shop with the guys from Taylor Factory near your location with the 2011 Taylor Guitars Road Show
If you are interested in Taylor guitars, whether you are a relatively new to Taylor or have had a Taylor guitar for years, then this is a great way to get to talk to the creators of your beloved instrument. Or if like me you are thinking of getting a Taylor in the future, you can get beneficial information in this road show.
On each road show, the good guys from Taylor will answer your question about guitar wood and shapes, and how it relates to tone. They will be demoing guitars with different shapes and wood types for your learning ears.
If you are looking to take home a Taylor guitar, there will be a wide selection of Taylor guitars for sale, including the latest models and one-offs like the new GS Mini. There is also a Taylor "Petting Zoo" where you can test out a variety of Taylor guitars. Having tried many Taylors, they will also give you free professional advice and tips on what to buy. You can be assured that you will be going home with the Perfect Taylor guitar to suit your playing style and needs.
They will also be giving away freebies like free digital subscriptions to Premier Guitar Magazine, TaylorWare and Elixir Strings, so get in line while supplies last. Attendees will also get a chance to take home a custom Taylor Guitar for free (tax not included).
For the more information regarding the dates and venues, head over to TaylorGuitars.com.
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