The Taylor 110 combines classic dreadnought volume and bass response with the definitive Taylor sound: clear trebles and an open, airy midrange that Bob Taylor's signature design accentuates. This guitar responds especially well to finger-picking, flat-picking or light-to-medium strumming. The solid Sitka spruce top and sapele mahogany back and sides make for the crisp and well-defined sound of this versatile mid-priced guitar. And here it is specifically designed for LEFT-HANDERS!
The durable varnish natural finish offers protection, good looks, and a smooth feel to the touch. These good looks are enhanced by the rosewood fretboard and bridge, the tortoise pickguard, and the solid mahogany 14/20-fret neck. The Taylor logo is conspicuously displayed on the mahogany headstock, backed by enclosed chrome tuners. The nut measures 1.69” and it has a 25.5” scale. The added Fishman electronic system is accessed through the end pin jack, with the controls conveniently located at the edge of the sound hole. The result is a high-fidelity, low-impedance signal for clear, acoustic amplified tone.
Cosmetically, this guitar is in excellent shape, with only a few very small dings and bruises, such as those visible on the headstock. Structurally, it has been thoroughly checked out by my luthier and pronounced ready to go, with the action set up at a comfortable 3/32” at the 12th fret low E. The serial number  I assume means it was made in 2008, so the woods are just getting properly seasoned, it plays and sounds great--and you don’t have to string it upside down!
The thermoplastic hard shell case is heavily padded and offers excellent protection for this instrument. Needless to say, it’s built like a truck, has a pocket for any needed storage, and fits the guitar perfectly. It makes for an outstanding traveling companion for this solid Taylor guitar.
Buyer pays a flat rate of $55 for insurance and shipping to the lower 48 states; shipping costs elsewhere will be negotiated as necessary. Payment by Paypal is preferred; cashier’s checks are acceptable, but checks must clear before the guitar will be shipped.
I have made every effort to describe and illustrate this guitar and case with scrupulous accuracy. Its return will not be accepted unless it can be shown that it was egregiously misrepresented in this listing. Please check out the pictures and ask any questions you might have before offering to buy it.
Thank you for your interest in this cool guitar.
Payments by Paypal, cashier’s checks, money orders, or personal checks are acceptable, but all payments must clear my bank before the guitar will be shipped. I will CONSIDER reasonable offers, even including installment payments and trade-ins, but generally since I already attempt to price my guitars very competitively, unusual deals must be unusually sweet.
From henceforth [that's how retired English teachers talk], insurance and shipping to the lower 48 states is $55 due to constantly rising shipping costs unless a specific listing says otherwise; shipping costs elsewhere will be negotiated as necessary. I have sold guitars to Russia, Japan, Australia, and over 50 other countries, as well as almost every state in the USA. Since some of my guitars travel thousands of miles, I take care to use lots of packing materials, protect the neck inside the case, and of course de-tune the strings.
I make every effort to describe and illustrate each guitar and case with scrupulous accuracy. However, many of my instruments are well-played vintage items which are many years old, and I am not a luthier. One should assume that any guitar will require some set-up to satisfy your personal requirements, and that not every flaw or ding will be seen/recognized/described in the listing. Thus the return of an instrument will not be accepted unless it can be shown that it was egregiously misrepresented in this listing. Please read the listing carefully, check out the pictures, and ask any questions you might have before offering to buy.