The Academy Series’ 12e Grand Concert is the culmination of the Academy Series’ 12th season. Natural Acoustic-Electric Guitar Taylor Guitars has a striking theme over the past four decades: a dedication to improving the guitar-playing experience. Taylor isn’t satisfied with seeing individuals give up before they’ve had a chance to get their groove on since his firm is enthusiastic about introducing more players to the joys of producing music. Taylor’s Academy Series, which includes the Academy 12e Grand Concert, is aimed towards assisting the growth of beginning guitarists.
Taylor feels that a beginner guitarist deserves the greatest performing guitar in many ways. Most novices to the instrument — and parents purchasing for their children — are naturally hesitant to spend more money on a more costly, “good” brand of the guitar without knowing whether or not their passion will persist. As a result, most people take the approach of starting with a cheap, “good-enough” guitar and then upgrading as their skills improve. However, all too frequently, this results in hand-wringing anguish, with would-be musicians blaming themselves for a lack of musical skill or physical agility when, in reality, the guitar was the true problem all along.
The Academy Series guitars, such as the Academy 12e Grand Concert, are meant to provide enough immediate pleasure to encourage a beginner player to continue playing. Taylor prioritized his playing experience in order to do this.
Easy to hold and play: The body is light and comfy, and it’s simple to strum and fret?
Rewarding sound: Is it easy for a beginner player to get a nice sound?
Not too precious: Durable and basic, so it’s not daunting to play and care for a beginner?
Broad appeal: caters to a wide range of musical tastes. Form and Function The Academy Series Grand Concert is a fingerstyle guitar with the added benefit of smaller body size for improved playing comfort.