Indian rosewood or African ovangkol? Both deliver full-range tone profiles. Rosewood’s voice tends to emphasise the low and high ends of the tonal spectrum, with an extra splash of treble sparkle, while ovangkol will lean toward a stronger midrange presence. Let your ears be the judge. If it comes down to looks, you’ve got ovangkol’s golden-brown hues and dot inlays versus rosewood’s chocolate complexion and, new for 2018, a Renaissance fretboard inlay. Whichever flavour you prefer, signature Taylor playability will help you sound your best.
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The solid rosewood/spruce 412ce-R features Taylor’s compact Grand Concert body shape, a shorter 24-7/8-inch scale length for extra fretting comfort, and a Venetian cutaway that offers greater access to the upper register.