Here's a very rare Taylor acoustic guitar.
From what many say was "The Golden Age" of Taylor.
A true Taylor collectors piece.
1995 Taylor GAKC
#73 out of 100 made.
This was the first year of the "Grand Auditorium" body style.
Red Cedar top.
Flame Koa back & sides.
Ebony fingerboard & bridge.
Multi laminated bindings.
Abalone body edge, sound-hole, and fingerboard inlays.
No pick-guard, as it was thought to be a "finger-style" guitar.
Premium Taylor hardshell case.
I bought it new, special ordered, when the model was announced to dealers.
Barely played...has been out of the case maybe a dozen times.
In near immaculate condition!!!
As best as I can see, there's three teeny tiny microscopic dings, which can barely be seen, & I could not get to photograph...but they're barely noticable unless you get the light just right.
Always kept & stored under proper RH & Temp.
Comes with a 1995 Limited brochure, itself a Taylor collectable.
Currently strung with GHS White Bronze strings.
This guitar has a gorgeous wonderful tone to it, and is a joy to play!
I've only ever seen one other available for sale in the 18 years that I've owned it.
You'll likely not find another one of this model either.
- Location: Warren MI