Modern steel-string guitars are, as a general rule, made with 14th fret dovetail neck joints. But, it wasn`t always like that. Back in the day when steel-stringers just started out, nylon-stringed classical guitars with 12th fret joints dominated the market. Naturally, steel-string builders followed suit. Today, many of the major brands offer acoustic and acoustic-electric models with the vintage-style 12th fret joints. 812ce 12-Fret starts at $3,649 and offers an all-solid body (Indian rosewood back/sides, Sitka spruce top, maple binding), a mahogany neck (Taylor profile, 12th fret dovetail joint, satin finish), an 18-fret ebony fingerboard (1.75" Tusq nut, 24.875" scale, Element inlays), an ebony bridge (Taylor contour, micarta saddle, black pins), ES2 electronics system, and Taylor tuners.
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