The current standard (and it`s been so for many decades) is to have a 14th fret neck joint on a steel-stringed guitar (mostly for the convenience`s sake). But, since the steel-stringers evolved from the classical Spanish guitar with a 12th fret joint, early and early modern steel-stringers also had them. Taylor keeps the flame of vintage guitars burning strong and bright, with almost every major acoustic-electric series having some 12-fret models. 712e 12-Fret is an acoustic-electric grand concert guitar made with a non-cutaway body (Indian rosewood back/sides, solid Lutz spruce top, a mahogany neck (Taylor profile, 14th fret dovetail joint), an 18-fret ebony fingerboard (1.75" Tusq nut, 24.875" scale, Abalone Reflections inlays), an ebony bridge, ES2 electronics, and Taylor tuners.
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