Despite the fact that they`re located near the bottom of the standard section of Taylor`s acoustic catalog, 200 models can prove to be quite posh (especially when compared to the models with similar roles in other brands` catalogs). Also, occasionally 200s can feature exotic tonewoods or other luxurious appointments. 224ce-K DLX comes in at $1,499 and is currently the most expensive 200 in existence (special one-offs and Limiteds not counted). It offers a single-cut GA body (Venetian cutaway, laminated koa back/sides, solid koa top, tortoiseshell pickguard), a mahogany neck (Taylor profile, 14th fret dovetail joint), a 20-fret ebony fingerboard (diamond inlays, 1.6875" Nubone nut, 25.5" scale), an ebony bridge (standard Taylor contour), ES2 electronics, and Taylor tuners. Shaded Edgeburst is the name of the only available color option.
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