Taylor Guitars just announced the launch of a new model – The American Dream AD17 and AD27.

The American Dream series is named for San Diego’s American Dream guitar factory, where Bob Taylor, Kurt Listug and Steve Schemmer all got their start building Taylor guitars after purchasing the factory from the previous owners. This new series gives guitarists premium Taylor features at a super-affordable price point!

This is the AD17 model, built with solid ovangkol for the back and sides with a solid spruce top. The guitar is incredibly comfortable with its chamfered body edges, and projects like a bell thanks to the Taylor V-Class bracing! Cosmetics include a koa rosette with 4mm Italian acrylic inlays. A high-quality and durable Taylor AeroCase comes with every American Dream series guitar.
Taylor American Dream AD17
The Good
  • Solid ovangkol for the back and sides
  • Solid spruce top.
  • Chamfered body edges
  • Taylor V-Class bracing!
  • Koa rosette with 4mm Italian acrylic inlays Taylor AeroCase
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This is the AD27 model, built with solid sapele for the back and sides with a solid mahogany top! The guitar is incredibly comfortable with its chamfered body edges, and projects like a bell thanks to the Taylor V-Class bracing! Cosmetics include a 3-ring rosette with 4mm Italian acrylic inlays. The mahogany top on this guitar adds a great mid-range to the tone, a wonderful choice for those playing in a band and want a guitar that will push them out to the front when they need it to! A high-quality and durable Taylor AeroCase comes with every American Dream series guitar.

Taylor American Dream AD27
The Good
  • Mahogany Top
  • 3-ring rosette with 4mm Italian acrylic inlays
  • Mahogany top adds a great mid-range to the tone
  • Taylor AeroCase
The Bad
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