Taylor PS14ce Honduran Rosewood/Sinker Redwood V-Class (186)
The Presentation Series features an ever-changing selection of premium tonewoods, and for this Grand Auditorium PS14ce, we've opted for a gorgeous set of Honduran rosewood paired with sinker redwood for the top. Honduran rosewood is beloved for its powerful, throaty low-end response and clear trebles, also producing lush overtones that bloom as notes resonate. The redwood top—sourced from logs submerged in California riverbeds—adds cedar-like warmth and touch sensitivity along with a high volume ceiling that's great for aggressive players. A radius-style armrest enhances the PS14ce's playing comfort, and a striking set of appointments includes a Simons back wedge with an ebony backstrap and binding, paua edge trim and super-precise Gotoh 510 tuners.
Finish: Gloss Top Wood: Sinker Redwood Back & Sides Wood: Honduran Rosewood, Ebony armrest Body Bracing: V-Class with Relief Rout Binding: West African Ebony Neck Wood: Tropical Mahogany Radius: 15" Fingerboard Material:West African Crelicam Ebony Fingerboard Inlay:Abalone California Vine Number of Frets: 20 Scale Length: 25.5" Tuning Machines: Gotoh 510 Bridge Material: West African Ebony Nut/Saddle Material: Black Graphite/Micarta Nut Width: 1.75" Electronics: ES2 Strings: Elixir Phosphor Bronze Light Included: Hardshell Case