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Taylor Guitar's American Dream Review | The American Dream is Alive and Well

Taylor Guitars started in 1974, born out of a small California guitar shop called The American Dream. From those humble beginnings, Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug worked diligently crafting acoustic guitars and building a company. Along the way they faced their share of challenges but continued to learn and adapt. Bob Taylor and Company have embraced that "can do" attitude again, in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic to produce a new series of affordable American made guitars as the American Dream Series. Utilizing the Grand Pacific, round-shoulder dreadnought body, the American Dream series takes a focused approach to the acoustic guitars with thin and resonant finishes and fantastic round tone. The series has a total of six models available. The AD17e comes with a Spruce top with Ovangkol back and sides and is also available as a satin blacktop version the AD17eBLK. Either guitar can be purchased without the ES2 system as the AD17 or AD17BLK. The AD27e and AD27 feature a Mahogany top with Sapele back and sides. Each guitar includes Taylor Guitar's new Aerocase.

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