Taylor 915 1984 Maple - Spruce

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Taylor 915 1984 Maple - Spruce

Taylor 915 Maple - Spruce made in 1984. This Jumbo-bodied beauty was built during the "Lemon Grove" era. Instruments from this period in Taylors history are very sought after and desirable. And it's not hard to get why; this guitar sounds absolutely amazing with a full bodied, balanced and very resonant character with a suprising clarity hard to find in many jumbo guitars. This specific specimen features a 645mm (25 3/8") scale length and 43mm (1 11/16") nut width, in addition to being loaded with high-end appointments. Beyond the rosewood binding throughout, it has a tortoiseshell pickguard, an Abalone rosette, black/white/black top purfling, a mustache-style bridge, mother-of-pearl 900-series inlays, and a multi-layered headstock veneer. Condition is excellent with some expected signs of use in the finish and weatherchecking on the top. Includes original hardshell case.

Model Features:

Body Shape Jumbo
Body Flamed Maple
Top Spruce
Finish Natural
Neck Maple
Neck Shape C
Fretboard Ebony
Fretboard Radius 16"
Bridge Ebony
Scale Length 645mm (25 3/8")
Nutwidth 43mm (1 11/16" )
String spacing         56mm (2 3/16")
Tuners Grover
Pickup x
Travels in Original hardshell case
Remarks Used guitar with 1 year guarantee

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