Taylor's 150e 12-string guitar has been a great addition to our standard store inventory. When these first came out, I ordered one because, hey, new Taylor. What I didn't expect was the full tone to complement the standard jangle of a 12-string. This guitar really is a game-changer—it is exceedingly rare to find a guitar this inexpensive, this easy to play, and sounding this good. I have yet to hear a sub-$1000 12-string that is better. In fact, I'd wager to say that this sounds better than even some 12-strings over $1000.
If you've always been scared away from 12-strings by cost or lack of playability, you really should check the 150e out. It also has the added bonus of a couple of minor upgrades over the usual 110e, with slightly better fittings and the regular ES instead of the ES-T.
- Dreadnought body shape; 12-string
- Sitka Spruce top, laminate Sapele back and sides
- Taylor ES-1 onboard electronics
- Includes Taylor padded gig bag