The main line of Taylor`s acoustic catalog is filled with nine series (100-900), each with its own special features and role on the market. 100 models represent the opening tier, the most affordable option, while the luxurious 900 models run just a step below the boutique/custom shop level. 200s are the more mature and more evolved 100s, offering a solid ground for players who want to improve both their playing and tone. 2014ce DLX is one of the most expensive 200s. It is an amplified steel-stringer with a single-cut GA body (laminated rosewood back/sides, Sitka spruce top, tortoiseshell pickguard), a mahogany neck (Taylor profile, standard 14th fret dovetail joint), a 20-fret ebony fingerboard (1.6875" nut, 25.5" scale, dot inlays), an ebony bridge, ES2 electronics, and Taylor tuners.
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