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Taylor T5-Z Classic · Guitare acoustique

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Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 119,4 x 12,7 x 48,3 cm
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: T5z-Classic
  • ASIN: B0064RCSRG
  • Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 22 juillet 2014
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Description du produit

Format T5z Thinline 6 cordesTable AcajouDos et éclisses SapéléManche SapéléTouche Ebène avec bindingRadius 1221 Frettes jumboSillet en osDiapason 24 7/8''Vernis brillantChevalet EbèneMécaniques Taylor chrome2 micros double-bobinage T5 Taylor (manche caché sous la touche + chevalet avec capot chromé), 1 Body Sensor (pour un son acoustique)Sélecteur 5 positionsMaster Volume, Bass, TrebleLivrée en étui

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10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Taylor T5z Classic Rocks! 5 septembre 2015
Par Anthony F - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was looking forward to receiving the Taylor T5z classic. I had been disappointed with previous hybrid models. I have the ESP and other types of electric/acoustic guitars, but they did not meet my standards. I wanted a light weight, soft fretboard, easy controls, and most important a quality sound guitar. I finally found it with the Taylor 55z model. Its smaller than the previous Taylor T5 models which I believe came out about 10 years ago. Taylor based in Southern California have done a fantastic job in redesigning the T5z series.

I am a small gig band player in Southern California. I have been playing guitar and keyboards for over 25 years. I have had many guitars as well as many digital keyboards. I purchase this almost $2000.00 guitar without even playing it. I knew by the features and Taylor's reputation that it would not disappoint.

It plays really well. The sounds from the 5 different modes are excellent. There is just one acoustic setting mode, and the rest are a combination of different pickups on the guitar for an electric feel. I play acoustic sounds and electric songs. So I wanted a guitar that would deliver both with the touch of a few buttons. The Taylor T5z classic is very deceiving. It looks harmless, or subtle. But it can deliver a big punch. There are three different pickups or humbuckers. One is visible the other two are not. There is one underneath the lower end of the neck. The other is underneath the guitar bridge area. This guitar can get real loud.

I can't get over the weight. It is very light compared to my Les Paul Gibson. That monster gives me shoulder and back pain. It gives me more energy when playing a gig. I did not realize how the weight can drain you. The color is very pleasing. I don't like flashy guitars. Also Taylor sells othr T5z models at a much higher prices. The difference is the finish materials used, but the features are all the same. I can't write about the sound but for the price of this one, you can't beat it.
Words of advice: It comes with a 9 volt battery installed. Unplug your guitar chord if you are not going to use for an extended amount of time. This will double your battery life. Always carry extra 9 volt batteries. No battery...no sound. The battery compartment is on the back with any easy open door where the battery sits. My other guitars were not so easy. With the ESP model I had to carry a screwdriver to open the battery door. Yeah it is screwed in.

I play through a Line 6, 75 watt amp. With connections to two 1000 watt, EV PA system. I also use the Digitech RP360X, guitar effects. I only use a few effects. I going to have to write a review on that. That works for me because it plays the guitar volume on the fly, even when changing guitar effects. I don't use it for metal/hard rock type of music, so the overdrive use is not for me.

Pros: Lightweight, came with tan soft guitar case, fits perfectly tight. Easy control knobs. (volume, treble, bass). It has three strap buttons. Two on the bottom of the guitar for more closer reach. Good, but not for me.

Cons: Almost none, I had trouble tuning the "G" string. It would not stay tuned like the rest. Oh yeah no on board tuner.

Now I have to sell the rest:}
2 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice guitar. The battery died after a short time 23 mars 2016
Par Jack - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Nice guitar. The battery died after a short time. Would like more info on guitar components.
13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 It's a very versatile guitar that really goes great with an amp like the Peavey VYPER which has ... 17 décembre 2014
Par Corporal Clegg - Publié sur Amazon.com
I ordered one sight unseen a few months ago. It's a very versatile guitar that really goes great with an amp like the Peavey VYPER which has separate accommodations for acoustic and electric (as well as bass). I can press a button on the amp and have 4 presets for acoustic where there are built-in effects like resonater, 12 string, a few acoustic amp models like Trace Elliot. Press a button for electric and move the blade to the bridge humbucker on this Taylor and you have a snarling darling that can sizzle. It took me a while though to appreciate its nuances. The neck is outstanding, the frets, the ebony fingerboard is fast and perfect for my hand. I think for the money though, the gig bag is cheezy. FYI this guitar fits the case made for the Epiphone ES339 like it was made for it. I had that guitar and case and when I saw the fit I bought a second Epi hard case which goes for about $89 whereas the Taylor hard case is $200. I dressed my T5z out in vintage bone pins and a Taylor bone saddle to replace the Tusg and the wood pins. It does seem to make me play more precise but that may be because of the thicker stings Taylor recommends for this (11's). I have gone down to 10's with no complaints though. One thing for lead guitarists to consider, it is short that one fret where the glory is. That is what sorta disappointed me at the beginning but now I use it as a utility guitar for a lot of different sounds and go to the ES 339 ultra if I'm in a wailing mood and have to have that glory fret.
17 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 this is art! 28 mars 2014
Par cyn r. johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Quality throughout. The name speaks for itself, but when you hold it, when you play it, either accoustically or through an amp or PA, it is absolutely peerless. It's made me a much better player, and in an odd way is almost effortless to play, with a unique and gorgeous range of voice i wouldn't have imagined before.

Thank you Taylor.
2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 T5z well build, nice and comfortabe (with a few added notes..). 30 juin 2016
Par M. R. Cossey - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've owned my T5z for a few years now, I did have troubles right out of the box the volume was full on all the time I just lived with it sense all other controls worked fine....after a few years I decided I needed to get that fixed so contacted Taylor factory support, they sent me out a new contol unit but it was for the wrong guitar, they then sent me out the correct one and told me to keep the other one...excellent customer service!..they wanted me to take it to an authorized dealer but told them I could do it, been a hobbyist modder /upgrader for years and have done plenty of work in tight places.....got it installed in about an hour...works like a champ...."But" one complaint I do have is the acoustic setting...sounds to jangly..I will have to go and check out the acoustic pickup for mounting, it might be loose....it sounds fine when played acoustically thru my Zoom A3, with the right setting...as far as stings, I do not like the gauge they recommend or the type...way to stiff, hard to do decent bends....so I have gone to a gauge lighter and different brand.....I got this as my recording instrument for quick electric to acoustic sounds in a flash.....it is very very light in weight a must for an old geezer like me with back, shoulder and neck troubles....I can actually stand and play this instrument....almost like air especially when using a padded bass strap.....you sometimes forget you have a guitar strapped to you.....overall a very well build instrument for the all around sound... I still use my other guitars for special sound, Jaguar, Tele, nylon, Danelectro's....but for a quick way to jam or put down a demo, it's the instrument to have in your arsenal...I get confused at the make and models mine is the T5z but the $1,499.00 one..
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