900 series is the most expensive among nine series (numbered 100-900) of Taylor`s main acoustic-electric line. Its models start at around $5,000 and can easily reach above the $10,000 mark (especially if the $6,000 Brazilian rosewood back & sides upgrade is purchased). Currently, there are seven models in the 900 lineup, four regular ones and three models with 12th fret neck joints. 912ce 12-Fret is one of the vintage 12-Fret models. It comes clad in Natural Gloss outfit (w/paua/abalone inlays, gold-plated hardware, ebony binding), and starts at $5,049. Core construction features include an all-solid GC body (Indian Rosewood back/sides, Stika spruce top, armrest bevel), a mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard (1.75" bone nut, 24.875" scale, Ascension inlays), ebony bridge, ES2 electronics, and Gotoh tuners.
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