A Nylon-string Guitar That’s Built for the Stage
Taylor’s 114ce-N nylon-string acoustic-electric guitar is an exceptionally affordable instrument that’s perfect for anyone looking for an excellent-sounding guitar that will last a lifetime. The 114ce-N’s Grand Auditorium body adds a touch of emphasis to the treble range. Featuring a durable laminate walnut back and sides topped with solid Sitka spruce, the 114ce-N displays a great overall tonal balance. It also includes Taylor’s electronics, so your 114ce-N will sound great when you take the stage.
Grand Auditorium body style
Taylor’s beloved Grand Auditorium body style, featured on the 114ce-N, employs the width and depth of the dreadnought. But its waist is narrower, which gives Grand Auditorium-bodied acoustic guitars a sleeker look, with more treble presence. The body style also helps to sharpen the definition of each note, making it perfect for both classical and modern fingerstyle techniques. And it’s incredibly comfortable for long performances.
Layered walnut back and sides
If you’re looking for a guitar that sounds great and will last a lifetime, the Taylor 114ce-N is the perfect choice. Not only does the 114ce-N’s layered walnut body make it one of Taylor’s more affordable models, it also makes it more resistant to changes in temperature and humidity than most all-solid-wood models. In fact, many Sweetwater guitarists prefer layered acoustics because of their exceptional reliability.
Solid Sitka spruce top
To give the 114ce-N full tone and clear projection, Taylor added a solid Sitka spruce top to its layered walnut back and sides. The characteristically open sound of the spruce really balances the tone of the 114ce-N, making it a beautiful-sounding guitar for any style of music you play.
An acoustic-electric nylon-string guitar with a bright and balanced voice
Grand Auditorium body style offers an expressive upper register
Solid Sitka spruce top provides a well-balanced tone
Durable layered walnut back and sides add excellent projection
Onboard Taylor electronics result in a natural tone when plugged in