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Taylor Road Shows Return for Fall with Domestic and International Stops

From California to Malaysia, New Zealand and Norway, Taylor’s team of factory experts and product specialists is circling the globe as part of the fan-favorite Road Show series. The Road Show will make stops at over 100 different authorized Taylor dealers this fall, promising guitar enthusiasts a night of insights on the company’s guitar-making processes, body shape and tonewood options, and the award-winning Expression System® pickup. After a series of guitar demonstrations, guests are invited to sample a variety of different models, including the all-new Grand Orchestra, along with rare and custom Build to Order guitars, as part of Taylor’s „Petting Zoo.” Admission to each Road Show is free.

The 2013 Fall Road Show schedule will kick off in the United States with multiple dates in California, followed by several stops in Ohio and Indiana, with concurrent events planned for the East Coast in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. Additional dates, including international stops, will be listed on the Taylor Guitars Road Show and Events page:

While on the Road Show page, fans can also enter for a chance to win a Taylor Grand Orchestra guitar. Introduced earlier this year at Winter NAMM, Taylor’s Grand Orchestra delivers the company’s biggest body shape to date, producing a full-spectrum tonal range that boasts great power, depth and balance. For more information on Road Show dates and locations, please visit the official Taylor Guitars Road Show calendar at

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