Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar

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  • Grand Auditorium body shape with Venetian cutaway
  • Hawaiian Koa body with stunning shaded edgeburst finish
  • Mahogany neck with smooth satin finish offers a comfortable playing feel
  • Ebony fingerboard with eye-catching Island Vine inlays
  • Taylor Expression System 2 electronics onboard for articulate amplification
  • Taylor gold tuning machines uphold tuning integrity
  • Includes brown Taylor deluxe hardshell case to protect the guitar wherever you go


A true gent, the Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar marries together handsome aesthetics and a beautiful voice, to create an instrument of unignorable subtlety. Taylor’s most popular body shape, Grand Auditorium, has been chosen for the body of the Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar, because of its versatility of tone, especially in the midrange, and note definition, which make it equally capable for both flatpicking and strumming styles. Also making up the Taylor K24ce’s silhouette is a Venetian cutaway. This addition gives unrestricted access to the upper frets and adds to the beauty of the instrument, with its soft, round curves.

Also of note in the construction of the Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar is the bracing used for its top: CV with Relief Rout. Along with other refinements, this bracing loosens the edges of the top, whilst retaining structural integrity, to increase flexibility and give a fuller, fatter sound without affecting articulation.

The body of the Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar is unmistakably Hawaiian Koa in its construction. This beautiful wood is more than just a pretty face, however. Tonally it sits nicely between mahogany and maple, with mahogany’s midrange and maple’s top end. It is one of those woods that likes to played and rewards its owner over time; starting out bright and focussed, but developing a wider midrange and a richer, sweeter, more resonant tone.


Joined to the body of the Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar is a mahogany neck, topped by an ebony fingerboard with the gorgeous Island Vine inlay spanning its length, which also appears on the headstock. Like the body, this has an Indian rosewood binding that splits up the design nicely.


Although an excellent acoustic guitar, the Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar also gives you the option of plugging into an amplifier or PA system. Ensuring that none of the guitar’s character is lost when travelling from guitar to speaker, Taylor have developed their own pickup system, now in its second version, the Taylor Expression System 2.

Through their research Taylor found that the best place for a pickup is behind, rather than under the saddle, and this is where you will find the pickup on the Taylor K24ce Electro Acoustic Guitar. Made up of three strategically placed sensors installed through the bridge, the Taylor Expression System 2 gets the best from the guitar. It also gives you a set of three discreet controls knobs at the upper bout, for quick and easy tone shaping. These controls are: volume, treble, and bass.

Top MaterialHawaiian Koa
Back & Side MaterialHawaiian Koa
Neck MaterialTropical Mahogany
Fingerboard MaterialEbony
Body ShapeGrand Auditorium Cutaway
PickupsTaylor Expression System 2
Guitar SizeFull
Number of Strings6
TunersTaylor Gold
Scale Length25-1/2"
BracingCV Bracing with Relief Rout
BindingIndian Rosewood
Nut & SaddleBone
Truss Rod CoverEbony
Included AccessoriesBrown Taylor Deluxe Hard Case
Posted on 19/08/2017 by The response from the woods are just delicious. From picking to strumming is has a resounding sound. This has a place in my collection without doubt! I still keep a 814ce, 414ce, 510ce and a 412ce...each have a certain place because they all have a different voice. I sadly let go of a 614ce earlier in the year and I now regret letting it go... I would be very reluctant to let go of any of my Taylors...PS just added a GS-Mini Koa to the collection. I guess I'm a Taylor nut?

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