The current 900 series is the top line of Taylor`s main acoustic-electric range. Its models start at $4,899 and can easily reach over $10,000 (especially if the players opt for solid Brazilian rosewood back and side panels which cost whopping $6,000). 910e is an acoustic-electric dreadnought model, offered only in Natural (w/gloss finish, ebony binding, paua/abalone rosette & inlays, gold-plated hardware), and priced at series` basic $4,899. Main features include a full-sized dreadnought body (Indian rosewood back & sides, Sitka spruce top, paua rosette, armrest bevel), a tropical mahogany neck (standard profile, satin finish, regular 14th fret dovetail joint), an ebony fingerboard (20 frets, Ascension inlays, 1.75" bone nut, 25.5" scale), ebony bridge (micarta saddle, paua inlay), ES2 electronics, and Gotoh tuners.
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