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Unread 06-12-2002, 01:41 PM   #121
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IS there any place online that is a good bet to buy Taylors?

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Unread 06-12-2002, 05:01 PM   #122
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IS there any place online that is a good bet to buy Taylors?
Ebay is about the only place to get Taylors over the internet. But those are used. Taylor doesn't allow online sales.

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Unread 06-13-2002, 06:22 PM   #123
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It depends. Do you want new or used? If you want used then some non-Taylor dealers will advertise on the internet or there is Ebay or there are internet classifieds. If you want new...Taylor doesn't allow advertising on the net. If you email dealers asking if they sell Taylors they are allowed to tell you yes or no. That's what I did for my Taylor. I mass emailed a bunch of different music stores that I found on the internet and asked for prices. I found a store with great prices and amazing customer service. I now deal exclusively with them. They happen to be in Texas, so I don't have to pay sales tax since I'm in Virginia. :kgrin:

The best way to find a good dealer is either to find one that is located near you or by word of mouth. The dealer I went through is called Great Neck Guitars in Witchita Falls, Texas. Here's their website:

http://www.greatneckguitars.com/

You'll have to email them or call them to get prices though. Good luck.

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Unread 06-28-2002, 11:41 AM   #124
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hey what's up? it's been a while!

I am totally sure that Taylor makes the best acoustic guitars these days, but...well, I guess it really does come down to the music now doesn't it:klol:

What kind of stuff do all of you use your Taylors for?

I use mine for a lot of fingerstyle, singer/songwriters stuff, praise and worship, and to practice electric riffs and licks...b/c it's so much harder on acoustic.

oh...um, if you don't have a taylor, I guess you can respond 2 :kgrin:
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Unread 06-28-2002, 12:11 PM   #125
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Hey there, everyone. Nice to see some familiar faces from the TGF over here.

I use my Taylor's (DDSM & 810e) for playing at home and at church with the praise team. The two instruments are very different animals, so I can cover quite a few bases with them, but I spend probably 75% of my time with just a thumbpick and my nails. Fingerstyle is my true love, but I'll strum every now and again if the song seems to call for it.

The DDSM sees the most work at church, but that's primarily because I like the way it's pickup system sounds better than that of the 810.
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Unread 06-29-2002, 11:09 AM   #126
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sweet, a DDSM...that's a beauty! what's the sound like? I've always been interested
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Unread 07-08-2002, 06:42 PM   #127
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did any of you see Doyle Dyke's new Taylor on the grand ole opry a week ago? it was soooooo bad! it's some kind of orange color. nice guitar...even better performance!
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Unread 07-30-2002, 09:47 PM   #128
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hey, anyone know when the new Taylor Dreads are coming up?
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I don't know but they sound cool!

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Unread 08-11-2002, 10:46 AM   #130
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Dude, I'm a Taylor FREAK. I've only got one, a 414ce, but MAN, do I LOVE it!!! I'm SCChapmanfan on TGF. I haven't been there in like two months, though so I'm not sure what all's up there. But yeah, that's me.

By the way, aren't I supposed to get an issue of Wood & Steel in the mail for having registered my Taylor? I registered online and through the mail, so either way, it should have worked. Any answers there for me, guys/gals?

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By the way, aren't I supposed to get an issue of Wood & Steel in the mail for having registered my Taylor? I registered online and through the mail, so either way, it should have worked. Any answers there for me, guys/gals?

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Unread 08-12-2002, 09:27 AM   #132
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Ive been thinking of getting a nicer acoustic. I have a Yamaha a/c I payed about $600 for. Its nice. Sounds warm, action is pretty good I guess. Electronics are great. But I was thinking of getting a Guild, Martin, or Taylor. I played a Taylor. $1200. It felt like my Yamaha. I was disapointed.

The Martin was the nicest of the 3 I played in that price range.
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dude I haven't gotten my wood and steel yet either.....somethings wrong here! lol
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Ive been thinking of getting a nicer acoustic. I have a Yamaha a/c I payed about $600 for. Its nice. Sounds warm, action is pretty good I guess. Electronics are great. But I was thinking of getting a Guild, Martin, or Taylor. I played a Taylor. $1200. It felt like my Yamaha. I was disapointed.

The Martin was the nicest of the 3 I played in that price range.
Play more than one Taylor, Martin, Guild........ One doesn't cut it! Even if it isn't in your price range, play it anyway.

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Unread 08-13-2002, 01:12 PM   #135
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OK....I finally am here. I signed up a long time ago but....well anyway....I am here.....count one more TGF person.
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