Join Chris McKee from Alamo Music Center as he sits down to discuss and compare two 700 series Top Models. The models of choice: the Taylor 710ce classic Dreadnought and the Builder's Edition 717 Grand Pacific.
Right off the bat, Chris already notices key differences between the two beauties. The 710ce, a classic Taylor guitar model, features their traditional square shoulder dreadnought body shape. Meanwhile, the Builder's Edition 717, which has been out for a few years now, showcases a Grand Pacific body shape.
Another key difference is the 710ce uses a scalloped X bracing system while the 717 uses the innovative v class bracing system. But what else is different? Chris provides an in-depth look at what’s better, what’s worse, and what’s different? He compares features including strumming, fingerpicking, and more.
This video will give viewers a chance to see the differences between the two models, and hear how they sound when played side-by-side. If you're a fan of Taylor guitars or are interested in learning more about these two popular models, this video is a must-watch! You can also visit Alamo Music Center and check out our stock of Taylor Guitars, or visit our site for more information.