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X doesn't mark the spot for Taylor's acoustic guitar bracing system rethink

For more than 100 years, most of the soundboards of Acoustic guitars have used X-shaped bracing to not only reinforce the top but also to help give the instruments their voice. Now Taylor Guitars has announced what it's calling a groundbreaking innovation in acoustic Guitar design that boosts volume and sustain, while helping to improve intonation. The V-Class bracing system makes its debut in Taylor's Grand Auditorium acoustic guitars, as well as a Builder's Edition V-Class guitar.

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Category: Music

Tags:
  • Acoustics
  • Guitar
  • NAMM
  • Taylor Guitars
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