Our guitars

All of the guitars we sell are examined and given an adjustment to make sure that each guitar is the best that it can be. We do that on all lines of our guitars no matter what the price is. That makes the guitar that you get from us a joy to play right from the start. That differs from some stores that sell a guitar in a box that was shipped from overseas without the propper adjustments for our local climate.

Our guitar shop can offer a an extensive list  of ways to make your guitar play the way you want it to. We would be happy to install guitar strings, but why not treat your favorite guitar to our TLC treatment. As well as provide a number of other ways to make playing your instrument as easy and comfortable as possible. A complete Acoustic Guitar setup would include adjustment of the neck, string height adjustment, fretboard conditioning, saddle adjustment, tightening any loosening tuners or strap buttons, and more. Electric Guitar setup would also include bridge saddle adjustment, intonation adjustments, neck adjustment, pickup setup, cleaning or replacing dirty pots, and other fine tuning work to make your guitar fit you and your playing style like a glove, so if you have a guitar that needs new strings, why not bring it in.

If you’re interested in our shop services, please contact us or just come into the store to get a free estimate.


Why Buy Locally? We have a few reasons why…


Taylor Music doesn't want to sell you a guitar.

We want to sell you YOUR guitar!

First, we will ask you the right questions, then we will listen to your answers and find you the guitar that feels the best , sounds the best, and fits your budget. Contact us for more details, or better yet, stop by to test and play your future guitar. We carry many brands of guitars, including:




Takamine

ESP

Seagull

La Patrie

Art & Luthrie

Godin

Tagima

and more…

Takamine Guitars


For more than half a century now, Takamine has proudly dedicated itself to the art of fine guitar craftsmanship. Its longstanding devotion to innovation and continual improvement has placed it among the world’s premier acoustic guitar makers, with truly fine instruments that are the first choice of performing guitarists worldwide.


With humble beginnings in 1959 as a small family-run guitar shop nestled at the foot of Mount Takamine in the central Japanese town of Sakashita, the fledgling company took the mountain’s name in 1962 and began in earnest the journey that led to the phenomenal success that is the modern Takamine company. The timeline here outlines that remarkable evolution.


Seagull Guitars

 The Seagull StoryIn 1982 Robert Godin produced the first Seagull guitars in the Village of LaPatrie, Quebec. The concept for the Seagull guitar was to take the essential components of the best hand-crafted guitars (such as solid tops and beautiful finishes) and build these features into guitars that could be priced within the reach of working musicians. For more information,  go to www.seagullguitars.com

Our goal with each Godin guitar is to find the perfect balance between the finest traditions of guitar crafting and the new design concepts that we are developing. After twenty years of guitar building we still hand-finish the necks on every Godin guitar. In fact, from fretting to sanding, there is more handwork in our guitars than you would find in most custom shops. From the selection of the wood to the final adjustments on the finished instrument, each Godin guitar is designed and built by people who love guitars

http://www.godinguitars.com/

La Patrie Classical Guitars


There is a small quiet village in the eastern townships of Quebec that has been the backbone of guitar building in Canada for over 30 years. This village of guitar builders is dedicated to the art & tradition of hand crafting guitars. They’re meticulous in every aspect of building these guitars, which leads them towards the creation of an exceptional instrument that they themselves can be proud to name after the very place they are from. This is the village of LaPatrie… and these are their guitars. 


The LaPatrie series of classical nylon string acoustic guitars is comprised of seven models: The Motif, Etude, Concert, Concert CW, Presentation, Collection and Arena. All LaPatrie guitars are crafted from top quality tone woods to produce instruments of exceptional resonance and structural integrity. 

ART & LUTHRIE GUITARS



The concept for the Art & Lutherie guitar is to take the essential components of the best hand-crafted guitars, such as solid tops, quality craftsmanship and beautiful finishes and build these features into guitars that could be priced within the reach of working musicians. Every Art & Lutherie acoustic guitar is handcrafted in the small town of Princeville, Québec Canada in a positive and safe environment beneficial to producing exceptional acoustic guitars. Each model is made with the painstaking attention to tone, detail and authentic craftsmanship.

Tagima Guitars


The Tagima brand really started flourishing nationally in 1996 by showcasing its products in major international fairs like MusikMesse Frankfurt (Germany) and NAMM Show in Los Angeles. The new product line Memphis, was released by Tagima with new models of bases, electric and acoustic guitars. The Guitar Institute of Technology (GIT) has begun using Tagima instruments in their classes, increasing the brand recognition amongst players. The Tagima presence at the annual exhibit of Musical Instruments - Expomusic in Sâo Paulo is awaited by hundreds of retailers and thousands of Young players in the certainty that they will be introduced as the very best in the world of music, able to make “test drives” at ease on the spot with all manufactured models and also attend workshops and live concerts of the best Brazilian instrumentalists. with excellent quality and a remarkable price, Tagima is a favorite choice for beginners and professionals. come in and try out one of these Brazilian beauties.

When strummed the first thing that you will notice is the vintage "bang" and the depth of Cort's Earth Series. The solid spruce top and scallopped bracing combine to deliver this classic tone. Come in and amaze yourself in the difference of what you hear, feel, and see when you play a Cort. For more I info information,  go to www.cortguitars.com

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