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Taylor 814ce VS Furch Red Master's Choice - Will there be a surprising winner?

The Taylor 814ce has been one of the most popular high-end acoustic guitars in the world. Prized for its fantastic playability, articulate tone and all-purpose characteristics, the 814ce has found a home with finderstyle players, flat pickers and more. Taylor Guitar's commitment to quality is well documented and the flagship 800 series is a great testament to this excellence. Enter, the competitor from across the pond. Built in Eastern Europe in the Czech Republic, Furch Guitars has quickly been gaining attention as a guitar brand worthy of consideration. The Red Master's Choice utilizes Furch's own take on the Grand Auditorium body shape and has the same tone woods as the 814ce, utilizing Sitka Spruce for the top and East Indian Rosewood for the back and sides. Other features are decidedly high end and speak to the value found in the Furch Guitar line. Koa wood binding, abalone bordered top and intricate inlay along with Gotoh tuners are truly icing on the cake. While there are similarities between the 814ce and Furch Red Master's Choice, include the price, the tone is unique to each builder. Let's take a closer look at these two stellar guitars.

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