Taylor is a relative newcomer in the world of fine flat-top guitars, but they have gained a huge share of the market with their instruments, which offer some unique features compared to vintage giants like Martin, Gibson and Guild.
This model 310 is in excellent shape and sports a very no-frills trim package. The top is a solid piece of sitka spruce, while the back is a two-piece sapele affair, as are the sides. Both the top and back are bound, and the sound-hole sports a very simple but friendly rosette, coupled with a flared-but-not-flashy Tortoiseshell pickguard.
The neck and bridge are Indian rosewood which has been well-kept. The standard Taylor headstock sports a full set of Grover tuners which serve to keep this instrument in excellent tune with it’s excellent intonation. The neck itself is interesting first for an acoustic and second for a Taylor – The neck is removable by two bolts inside the body of the guitar, and the scale-length clocks in at 24 7/8″ vs a standard Taylor 25 1/2″, making this full-size Dread a surprisingly good player for guitarists with smaller hands.
Included is the original hardshell case, which will keep this beauty beautiful for decades to come.
Asking: $750.00 – Make An Offer