1994 Taylor 910 Acoustic

The Blue Book Says:

910

– dreadnought body, solid Engelmann spruce top, round soundhole, tortoiseshell pickguard, abalone edge inlay/rosewood body binding, abalone rosette, maple back and sides (1977-1993) or Indian rosewood back and sides (1986-2010), 14/20-fret ebony fingerboard with abalone stylized inlay, rosewood peghead veneer with abalone stylized T/logo inlay, three-per-side gold tuners, ebony bridge with black abalone dot pins, available in Natural finish, mfg. 1977-2010.

In 1993, rosewood back/sides, mahogany neck were optional. In 1994, abalone purfling, abalone flower fingerboard inlay replaced original items, abalone stylized T peghead inlay was discontinued.

I say:

I’m a lucky boy.

This one might change my irrational anti_Taylor vibe.

In very near mint condition, the sound on this has opened up beautifully over the last 20 years – there’s some fretboard wear in the “cowboy chord” positions, but nothing too bad – to be honest it’d take a vice like grip to really damage ebony!  No significant scratches or dents, amazing inlay work and binding.  Truly a thing of awesome beauty –

The original Taylor case has a few scrapes, particularly around the edges – but that’s what it’s there for 🙂

Original paperwork is in the neck pocket.

Currently Strung with Elixir 80/20 Nanoweb strings.