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This absolutely phenomenal Casimi C2 Signature is an old friend returning to The North American Guitar showroom on consignment. Originally sold back in 2014 this guitar was one of the first C2 Signatures from Casimi to hit the UK market, but now it has had a few upgrades! The current owner of this outstanding guitar has spent an additional £5,000 on having the guitar fully refurbished with a new Moon Spruce Top, New neck, wider nut width, some new inlay and fully buffed and polished back and sides. This is one not to be missed! For more information about this guitar please click the link below or get in touch: https://thenorthamericanguitar.com/products/casimi-c2-signature-african-blackwood-german-spruce
By creating flexibility across the guitar’s top and rigidity along the middle of the guitar parallel to the strings, V-Class guitar bracing produces incredible volume and sustain. It also creates order in the guitar’s sound, bringing the top into tune with the strings for better intonation and more harmonic tones all the way up and down the neck. With a more expressive response and a cleaner overall sound, V-Class opens up new possibilities for guitarists. Learn more about V-Class Bracing: https://www.taylorguitars.com/guitars/acoustic/v-class-bracing/story
In this video I am comparing a Martin D-42 to a Taylor 716 (LTD). Both are spruce tops and rosewood back and sides guitars. The Taylor is Madagascar Rosewood, and the Martin Indian Rosewood. They both have the distinctive Martin and Taylor sound for which they are loved. The Martin is a dreadnought, and produces a massive bass response balanced with articulate high. The Taylor is a 16 model, which is a Grand Symphony. It results in deep basses, meaty midrange and overall thick trebles. He or she who can name all the songs played first gets a big ass cookie!
With all of this year's innovations and upgrades to some of your favorite gear, we thought we'd compare two of 2018's most promising guitar models: the Taylor 914ce with V-Class bracing and the Martin Reimagined 000-42. Both of these beautiful smaller body acoustic guitars feature a Sitka spruce top, East Indian rosewood back/sides and are ideal light picking, strumming, and fingerstyle, but their approach to tone is where things start heating up. Let's take a look and listen to these high-performance instruments side-by-side so you can hear for yourself how they differentiate. Free Guitar Buyer's Guide → https://www.alamomusic.com/discover-musicdont-get-a-good-deal-on-the-wrong-guitar-guitar-buyers-guide/?preview=5ad6a62ac1561 **Demo begins at 2:10 Taylor 914ce → https://www.alamomusic.com/taylor-914ce-grand-auditorium-acoustic-electric-guitar-with-v-class-bracing/ Martin 000-42 → https://www.alamomusic.com/2018-martin-standard-000-42-acoustic-with-spruce-top/ Interested in a different guitar? Talk to an expert here → https://www.alamomusic.com/find-your-guitar/ ♪ Contact us: https://www.alamomusic.com/contact ♩ Call toll-free: (844)251-1922 ♬ Connect: Twitter → https://twitter.com/alamomusic Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/alamomusic Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/alamomusiccenter
This Stunning Taylor Guitars 914ce In Sitka Spruce & Indian Rosewood is available now. This guitar features Taylors new V-class bracing system and striking abalone shell inlays and trim. Here's our friend Jimmy Brewer of Smith & Brewer demoing the guitar.
if you would like any more information on this guitar please get in touch or click the link below: https://thenorthamericanguitar.com/products/taylor-914ce-sitka-spruce-indian-rosewood-electro-acoustic-guitar-2018-v-class