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2011 Taylor T5z Classic Deluxe Taylor Gigbag Case Candy
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Today Lawman Guitars is Presenting...
A barely used 2011 Taylor Thinline T5z Classic Guitar with the Mahogany Top.. also .. with the Original Taylor Deluxe Gigbag and all the Hang Tags and Case Candy…
I can't bring myself to call any used guitar Mint, but this one comes pretty close. I can't find even a pick scratch on it. Its virtually unplayed but used. The case is just as clean and check out the pic of the Case Candy!
I have never tried one of these Taylor Guitars. I was interested after seeing how beautiful it was. After strumming it I was sold. What a great guitar! It is easily the easiest guitar to play I have ever held. Electric guitar like action and its very light. Acoustically it sounded really nice but WoW!! After plugging it into a Marshall Acoustic Amp, I was really sold. What a great sound and so versatile. It has a 5 postion switch on the side that gives you a great variety of sounds that work for just about any type of playing you want. I'll post the sounds this guitar has later in the description...
Very beautiful guitar that my pictures can't come close to revealing. Its just stunning...
Heres what I found on the web regarding these cool guitars..
The deep color and rich grain of a mahogany top give the T5z Classic a vintage, earthy character. Distinctive T5z features include a more compact body than the original T5, a 12-inch fretboard radius, and jumbo frets, which add up to a fast, fluid playing experience that makes string bends fun.
Like the T5, the T5z is equipped with a three-pickup configuration of an acoustic body sensor, a concealed neck humbucker, and a visible bridge humbucker, plus five-way switching and onboard tone controls, giving players an incredibly versatile electric/acoustic guitar. Appointments include Small Diamond inlays and nickel hardware, an unbound body and satin classic mahogany finish. The guitar ships in a T5z gig bag.
Heres the Specs on these cool guitars...
Taylor T5z Classic Acoustic Electric Guitar Features
- Mahogany top
- Sapele body
- Satin finish
- Ebony fingerboard (12 inch radius)
- Jumbo frets
- Pearl Small Diamonds inlay
- Taylor Chrome tuners
- T5 electronics (1 acoustic / 2 electric pickups with 5-way switching)
- Ships in a T5z gig bag
Taylor T5z Classic Acoustic Electric Guitar Specifications
- Shape: T5z
- Back/Side Wood: Sapele
- Top Wood: Tropical Mahogany
- Neck/Heel: Sapele
- Electronics: T5 with Five-Way Switch
- Bracing: Standard T5z
- Binding: Black
- Fingerboard Wood: Ebony
- Fingerboard Inlay: Small Diamonds
- Headstock Overlay: Ebony
- Bridge Inlay: None
- Bridge Pins: Ebony
- Nut and Saddle: Tusq Nut/Micarta Saddle
- Tuners: Taylor Chrome
- Truss Rod Cover: Black Plastic
- Back/Side Finish: Satin
- Top Finish: Satin
- Neck Finish: Satin
- Cutaway: Venetian
- Pickguard: None
- Case: Taylor T5z Gigbag
Here is some info I found on the web regarding the Pickups and sounds
5 Position Pickup Selector
Position one is a combination of the T5's body sensor and a neck humbucker that's actually hidden right where the neck and body come together. The resultant sound is great for clean rhythm parts or even lead lines where you want a bit of extra top end. The onboard bass and treble controls allow you to add some brilliance or a bit of extra low end warmth.
Position two delivers just the neck humbucker by itself. This offers up a nice chunky rhythm sound or you can send your amp into overdrive for classic "Cream-era" Clapton or with the treble rolled off, a nice smooth Santana-like tone with plenty of sustain
Position three is the bridge humbucker by itself. Of course, when you look at the pickup, its physical size would naturally have you thinking it's a single coil. However, the pickup is clean and quiet, even at concert hall volume. It's also got lots of "Tele twang" considering it's a humbucker.
Positions four and five are intriguing. In position four, the bridge and neck pickups are wired in parallel, so you get the kind of big, round dual pickup sound you might expect from a 1950s Gretsch. Meanwhile, in position five, you get both pickups wired in series for a slightly fatter, punchier tone.
You won't go wrong with this cool Taylor Guitar...
Sold as-is as its used, however, I have been handpicking vintage guitars for my customers for over 17 years now and they have all loved them. This one will not be an exception.
Thanks for checking out my cool vintage guitars...
Mike at Lawman Guitars
Shop Brand: Taylor