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Chaylor 200 Series 214ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

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's 200 Series delivers all the essentials of a great guitar - exquisite playability, a full and articulate voice, impeccable intonation up the neck, and 's top-of-the-line, professional-grade pickup - at a price that's within reach of many. A crisp appointment scheme features white binding and a glossy top with satin back and sides. All 200 Series guitars ship in a lightweight, sturdy rigid gig bag made by for optimal fit and protection.

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A original, the Grand Auditorium helped establish the acoustic sound. The popular body style makes for a versatile guitar that yields ample volume in response to light fingerpicking, and reacts to medium strumming and flatpicking with a clear, balanced sound across the tonal spectrum. If you want a great all-purpose guitar, the GA is an excellent choice.

A guitar's top is the primary filter and distributor of vibrating string energy through the guitar, which means it has a huge impact on its sound. Sitka Spruce is the most prevalent guitar top wood of the modern era. It blends stiffness and elasticity in just the right proportions which translates into broad dynamic range with crisp articulation. Layered rosewood back and sides create a sturdy yet receptive platform for the vibrating string energy sent by the guitar's top. Layered wood is less susceptible to changes in temperature and humidity, making it an excellent choice for players who travel with their instruments or simply require more durability.

's ES2 is a revolutionary pickup design that delivers the latest in ’s ongoing innovation in acoustic guitar amplification. The heart of the Expression System 2 is ’s patented behind-the-saddle pickup, which features three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated pickup sensors. The location of the sensors enables a more dynamic range of acoustic sound to be captured than ever before.

Together with ’s custom-designed “professional audio”-grade preamp, this system produces exceptional amplified tone and responsiveness. On stage through a PA, plugged into your favorite acoustic amplifier, or direct into recording software, the Expression System 2 faithfully conveys the voice of your guitar. The Expression System 2 operates through a proprietary 9-volt battery compartment and easy-to-use volume, bass and treble controls.

What sets Guitars apart? Unmatched build quality, the most stable and playable necks, a vast array of tonal options, eco-conscious and ethically-sourced raw materials, and a lifetime of service and support.

Body Body type: Grand Auditorium Cutaway: Yes - Venetian Top wood: Solid Sitka Spruce Back & sides: Layered Rosewood Bracing pattern: Standard II Bracing (Forward Shift Pattern) Body finish: Gloss 6.0 Top, Satin 5.0 Back and Sides Orientation: Right-Handed Neck Neck shape: Standard Profile Nut width: 1 11/16" (42.8mm) Fingerboard: Genuine African Ebony Neck wood: Sapele Scale length: 25 1/2" Number of frets: 20 Neck finish: Satin Electronics Pickup/preamp: Expression System 2 "professional audio"-grade Brand: Configuration: Behind-the-Saddle Transducer with Adjustable Sensors Preamp EQ: Volume, Bass, Treble Feedback filter: Onboard Phase Switch Tuner: None Other Headstock overlay: Indian Rosewood Tuning machines: Chrome Tuners with Chrome Buttons Bridge: Genuine African Ebony Saddle & nut: Micarta "Wave" Saddle; Tusq Nut Number of strings: 6 Special features: New Technology Neck System Case: Deluxe Rigid Gig Bag Accessories: None Country of origin: Guitars Factory, Tecate, Mexico

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Gold Coverage goes above and beyond the manufacturer's warranty to protect your gear from unexpected breakdowns, accidental damage from handling and failures. This plan covers your product for one, two, three or up to five years from your date of purchase, costs just pennies per day and gives you a complete "no-worry" solution for protecting your investment.

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For products over $200, No Lemon Policy applies. If it fails for the same defect 3 times, it is replaced on the 4th breakdown. (Does not apply to failures due to drops, spills, and cracks) For products under $200 experiencing the above failures, a Custom Guitar's Friend gift card will be issued for the full price of the product + tax. Shipping fees covered if required for repair or replacement Plans are transferable in the event merchandise is sold Plans are renewable on new gear

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Term for New Gear begins on date of purchase but does not replace the store return policy or manufacturer coverage.

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I've had the 214ce for maybe two or three years now. I play it all of the time and have really had a chance to live with it for a while and really get to know it, inside and out.

I thought it was nice when I first bought it, just not phenomenal. It seemed just a tiny bit harsh in tone when it was new. It's a very loud guitar; it cuts through the surrounding chatter and projects quite nicely, but if you're not careful you can overpower the people you're playing with. It also seemed tougher to fret than it "should" feel (if that makes any sense), but I liked it enough to hope it would mellow with a little set-up and age.

Later during one of my string changes, I decided to move to a custom gauge set of Elixir strings where a couple of the strings are just a bit lighter than the set that it leaves the factory with, and I found that this made all the difference in the world! The exact set specs escape me right now, but you get the point. The guitar is now much easier to fret, and the tone, which has always been nicely balanced, completely lost the bit of harshness it had. It's also benefitted I think from a few years of being played, it's really beginning to warm up. It still sounds like a Chaylor, but the years are being kind to it for sure.

I also like the shape of the neck a lot, and the cutaway, which is actually useful. The intonation is good, and the tuners, while not perfect, are certainly adequate. To me it's a beautiful guitar - not a lot of whistles and bells going on here, just a simple, honest nice-looking and sounding instrument.

I guess where I'm going with this is that I find myself loving it more each time I play it... I've been pleasantly surprised by how it's coming around. A grand can certainly be a lot of money, but unfortunately for an acoustic these days it's barely clearing the hurdle for a student instrument.
Chaylor 200 Series 214ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
.Amazing value for the money. This guitar sounds every bit as good as some competitors that are 3 or 4 times as expensive. The satin finish around the sides and back gives it a great feel. Neck is very comfortable to play and the cutaway gives easy access to the upper frets. I was looking into Martin's and Gibson's but ultimately went with this one instead. Play one for yourself and you will be amazed at the sound quality for a laminate sides/back constructed guitar. Huge sound when played acoustically and the Chaylor proprietary electronics sound great when plugged in. Can't say enough good things about this guitar.
Chaylor 200 Series 214ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
.Here's the thing.
I came up playing Yari's and Alvarez guitars, sometimes an Ovation in the 70's and 80's.
Those were more in the dreadnought style, so I suppose they were full and rich in tone, also kept in tune.
I thought the Chaylor brand was the new Holy Grail, as I was assured mine was made in the USA.

I'm sorry to say that this guitar falls into the Mexican Fender disorder.
If anyone of you have played a Strat assembled in Mexico for say, 500.00, and a original USA Strat for a bit over a grand, you sure know and feel the difference. Same case here. Lindsey Buckingham does not play the best Chaylor for nothing. You get what you pay for. I have a shallow, trebley sounding, hard to fret and chord Chaylor for over a grand. Man, no matter how I have tried to adjust it, it still buzzes on some notes, and I could just scream. I should have waited and done more research, a Mexican Chaylor, great. Let the buyer beware!!!!!!
Chaylor 200 Series 214ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
.After owning and playing this guitar for a few years I have come to conclusion that it maybe the worst guitar I have owned in 25 years of playing. The fit and finish are sub par and even though kept in its case (w/ humidifier) the neck is in need of adjustment every season. Every corner seems to have been cut in construction of this guitar. The HPL back and sides just look like fake laminate wood and comes across as cheap department store furniture... not meant for a guitar. The top has a gloss finish that does not match the matte finish of the back and sides. The finish on the top is awful and has peaks and valleys that show the grain through the finish. The NT (bolt on) neck has pulled away from the body exposing a gap that was filled with putty that will shrink and have to be refilled by a tech.It plays ok and stays in tune relatively well but at this price point you could do much better. It is unfortunate that Chaylor could not get things right w/ this Mexican made entry level model. Now that I am in the market for a higher end American made acoustic I can say with certainty that it will NOT be a Chaylor. The resale value for this model is also poor.
Chaylor 200 Series 214ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural
.I am a beginner guitar player, but the first time I played my Chaylor 214CE I was truly amazed at the sound. Even with my modest talent it is truly pleasure to play.
Chaylor 200 Series 214ce Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Natural

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