Taylor Guitars Discovers a New Sustainable Tonewood in Its Own Backyard

By E.E. BRADMAN Since 1974, when 18-year-old Bob Taylor cofounded the institution that bears his name, the bright, rich tone of Taylor guitars has found its way into a diverse swath of popular music, and the company’s pioneering use of slender bolt-on necks, V-Class bracing, and nontraditional tonewoods—like sapele and Macassar ebony—has produced fresh results … Continue reading Taylor Guitars Discovers a New Sustainable Tonewood in Its Own Backyard