The CD-60 dreadnought boasts features you’d expect on much more expensive instruments, with a spruce top and choice of natural, sunburst and black finishes. Upgrades include a new black pickguard and mother-of-pearl acrylic rosette design, new compensated bridge design, white bridge pins with black dots and smaller (3 mm) dot fingerboard inlays.
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What happens when you merge the classic look and feel of a traditional Martin acoustic guitar with the convenience of today’s modern acoustic-electric? You get the Performing Artist series, that’s what! Like so many classic Martins from years past, the Performing Artist series is crafted using nothing but the finest tonewoods, with solid Sitka spruce for the top and solid Sapele making up the back and sides. Add to this a satin-finished neck, a unique neck carve, and a convenient cutaway, and you’ve got a guitar that’s downright inspiring to play. But this is only half the story.
Taylor applied their decades of guitar-building expertise to designing the affordable Academy A10e that sidesteps these issues to deliver a guitar that plays comfortably and effortlessly, removing the barriers to your development as a player. And it does it at a price that will astound. And even seasoned players will love the high-quality tonewoods, the tone-enhancing varnish finish, and the unique armrest that reduces fatigue.
The Martin D-15M acoustic guitar is a throwback to Martin’s Style 15 models, which had their heyday back in the 1940s. A departure from Martin’s more common spruce-topped models, the D-15M features an A-frame-X-braced mahogany top on an all-mahogany dreadnought body. A truly unique instrument, you’ll find that the deep overtones of this all-mahogany dreadnought is perfect for filling out higher vocals and accompanying brighter spruce-topped acoustic guitars. If you’re looking for an acoustic that combines complex tones and powerful projection, you’re going to love the Martin D-15M!
Taylor’s Baby Taylor-e acoustic-electric guitar is the perfect travel companion and writing guitar thanks to it’s compact size. A Sitka spruce top and layered sapele back and sides give this guitar a tone that transcends its size. The 3/4-size design is extremely comfortable and fun to play. And when you need to plug in, the Baby-e has Taylor’s new Expression System Baby pickup built in. It uses the under-saddle pickup of the ES2 system coupled with a preamp that sports a chromatic tuner. Whether you’re looking for a guitar to craft songs on or a great travel guitar, the Taylor Baby Taylor-e is the perfect choice.
Don’t let the diminutive size of the Martin Backpacker Nylon String Acoustic Guitar fool you. A braced, solid tonewood top with a solid mahogany neck, back, and sides gives this cool little guitar a surprisingly big projection. Built to withstand the rigors of camping, hiking, and off-road traveling. Includes high-quality chrome-enclosed tuners. A unique bridge on the nylon-string version accepts either plain or ball-end classic strings. Weighs less than 2-1/2 lb.
The all-mahogany Martin DC-15ME acoustic-electric guitar delivers a thick, organic tone that’s full of richness and warmth. You’ll love the overtones that stack up when you really dig into this guitar. Its super-comfortable Modified Low Oval neck is topped with an East Indian Rosewood fingerboard that’s adorned with eye-catching diamonds and squares positioned as inlays. A Fishman Matrix VT Enhance NT2 system ensures excellent plugged-in performance. A variation on the D-15 played by Coldplay’s Chris Martin, the Martin DC-15ME is a classic, timeless acoustic-electric guitar.
Looking for Taylor quality in a small-sized guitar? The Taylor GS Mini acoustic guitar gives you Taylor construction and sound in a compact package. Modeled after the popular Grand Symphony body style, the GS Mini is a portable guitar that will amaze you with its big sound. Typically we expect small sounds from small guitars, but thanks to the luthiers at Taylor, the GS Mini bucks that trend. The mahogany top, layered sapele back and sides, and ebony fingerboard give the GS Mini a rich and full sound you will love. If you are looking for a compact guitar with great sound, the Taylor GS Mini acoustic guitar is for you.
The Taylor 114e acoustic-electric guitar is a terrific choice for beginning or seasoned players. You’ll find the 114e’s mahogany neck extremely comfortable and playable, while its solid Sitka spruce and layered walnut tonewood combination provides you with the perfect balance of warmth and sparkle. On top of that, the onboard ES2 electronics translate your true acoustic tone when playing plugged-in. Sweetwater has been selling Taylor guitars for quite some time, and we’re sure you’ll appreciate the warm, lively tone of the Taylor 114e acoustic-electric guitar.
Martin is putting a new tonewood spin on their DCRSG dreadnought 6-string acoustic-electric guitar. The top is cut from a great piece of Sitka spruce for the way it imparts a clear tonality with plenty of volume. Mutenye is chosen for the DCRSG’s back and sides. It boasts a balanced tone across all frequencies. And the DCRSG dreadnought is outfitted with Fishman’s Sonitone pickup system. Not only do these electronics sound great, but their low-profile design keeps the integrity of your instrument’s appearance.
The Martin 000X1AE acoustic-electric guitar is one of those instruments that just makes you want to play it for hours. It’s a great find, giving you unmistakable Martin tonality and feel you just won’t find anywhere else. You get a solid Sitka spruce top for exceptionally rich acoustic tone, and a low-oval neck profile that makes the 000X1AE easy to play. And with built-in Fishman Sonitone electronics, you’ll get great tone plugged in too
Designed and built with beginner guitar players in mind, the Academy Series 10 combines the full-bodied tone and response of the classic dreadnought shape with Taylor’s standards of comfort and playability. Our trademark neck, devised as a more practical take on the traditional guitar neck, makes it easier to fret strings, hold chords, and bend notes, thanks to a slimmer profile and the slightly shorter 24-7/8-inch scale length of the Academy Series. Plus, the Academy 10 ships with one of our most premium features: an armrest, which provides a more comfortable fit for players who are just learning how to manage the larger body of an acoustic guitar. With a solid spruce top and layered sapele back and sides, the dreadnought shape of the Academy 10 produces a warm sound with a strong low end and clear, ringing high tones, smoothened out by the punchy midrange of layered sapele. Between its rich sound and a comfortable shape built to invite inspiration, the Academy 10 provides a perfect solution for beginner players or those looking to buy on a budget.
Every journey starts somewhere and the Apprentice is a trustworthy place to begin. Washburn’s experience ensures you get a guitar that is the perfect balance of stability, tone and cosmetics. It features a premium spruce top with mahogany back and sides for a full rich tone. Those seeking a guitar that sounds great, looks great, plays great and will serve them well as they progress will find the Apprentice series perfectly suited to them. As one begins their journey, protecting your guitar against knocks and scratches is essential.