200 is one of the most populous, as well as the most popular, series of the main section of Taylor`s acoustic catalog. The price tags start at $899, a point very affordable by Taylor standards (though in reality in class with upper intermediate or flagship models of some of the major brands out there). 214ce-K DLX is one of the most expensive 200s, coming in at $1,299. It offers a single-cut GA body (Venetian cutaway, laminated koa back/sides, Sitka spruce top, tortoiseshell pickguard, white binding), a mahogany neck (standard Taylor profile, 14th fret dovetail joint), a 20-fret fingerboard made of West African ebony (dot inlays, 1.6875" Nubone nut, 25.5" scale), an ebony bridge (w/standard Taylor contour), the iconic ES2 electronics system, and Taylor tuners.
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