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In 1974 by Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug founded Taylor Guitars which has grown into one of the leading global companies of premium acoustic guitars the basics of which fuses innovative manufacturing techniques with a craftsman's attention to detail. Computer mills, lasers and other high-tech tools and proprietary machinery are applied by Bob Taylor.

Taylor offers you a wealth of information about how to find the right fit for your requirements whether it’s a shape or style, wood or structure – all of it makes the acoustic different. Anyone get tired in searching for the right one because every musician is willing to start the creative process as soon as possible. An acoustic guitar is a tricky instrument to choose. Among the company’s many innovations there’s the patented Taylor Neck, Expression System® 2 (ES2) pickup, an acoustic guitar revolutionary amplification as well as a hybrid acoustic and electric guitar T5.

Taylor cares about wood sourcing issues and environmental sustainability, particularly takes some initiative in forest management creating new models of reforestation. Taylor is proud with its playability, craftsmanship, and aesthetics which help musicians to opt for Taylor. Such country stars as Taylor Swift, Jason Mraz and Zac Brown used to be fond of Taylor Guitars.

The headquarters of the company is located in El Cajon, California. Taylor employs over 900 people and each day produces hundreds of guitars in its state-of-the-art factory premises in both El Cajon and in Tecate, Baja California, Mexico. The international distribution covers 60 countries, there’s also a factory service center in the Netherlands.

The brand offers a selection of acoustic and electric guitars including T5 - the full-range electric/acoustic hollowbody hybrid, T5z - the sleeker, more compact sibling of the original T5, T3 - the versatile semi-hollowbody with coil-splitting.