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By the sounds of it, shimmery reverb built into an acoustic...
This bracing pattern may well work for some tops but the problem with this identikit approach to all tops is that not all tops resonate the same way. Small build luthiers will tap tune every top and even if they use the same bracing pattern, the thickness/ thinness of the braces will be different for every guitar they ever make.
I seriously recommend that any sceptics play one. There’s a special supplement devoted to the whole story that’s free with the next issue of the mag (out Friday) but in the meantime you can find our review and video here: http://www.theguitarmagazine.com/gear/acoustic-guitars/taylor-koa-series-builders-edition-k14ce/The projection and sustain are a big deal, no doubt, but having spent several weeks with the guitar it’s the tuning benefits that are seriously game-changing if you are used to traditional style X-braced acoustics.
Read the supplement. Will have a look at the video later. Liked your playing on the American Originals videos.
Can't see Taylor producing it with the lovely V neck profile of my Martin though.