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Old 05-01-2010, 07:14 AM   #91
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Re: Dave Matthews Taylor Signature

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cool, man.

i like taylors most, you don't. thats how the world goes.
What the shit? Cool man? haha, ok...man. Just don't come in here and say Taylor is easily the best acoustic. Like someone said, that's a very limited opinion. Honestly, I understand you probably like to dabble with playing guitars but please. Taylor's do play the easiest out of most big manufacturers, if that's what you were shooting for?

Anyways, I am jealous of you guys that are getting this. I hope everyone is playing theirs.
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  • Old 05-01-2010, 09:27 AM   #92
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    Re: Dave Matthews Taylor Signature

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    Another interesting thing to note is that, the Taylor signature is coming stock with Taylor's expression system. Dave has never used it and will probably never use it. His sound guys still used piezo based pickup systems with tons of processing through Eventide racks and high end compressors with probably an Avalon DI which creates pristine clarity. The expression system is only really good for strummy strum strummers in tone and definitely not for Dave's style as it does not cut through a band mix, it just sits in it. So plugged in it will not sound anything like Dave's guitar.
    You can order one without the ES if you'd like. After all, Dave did.

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    I just picked up my Taylor DMSM today...I have the 89th produced model per the serial number. It's absolutely gorgeous and plays like a dream.
    Cool -- congrats! Have any pics?
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    Old 05-01-2010, 09:38 AM   #93
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    Re: Dave Matthews Taylor Signature

    I'm not too knowledgeable on acoustic pickups but I was looking to around and stumbled upon this Fishman pickup. Has anyone ever tried it?

    http://www.fishman.com/products/details.asp?id=46
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    Old 05-12-2010, 08:57 PM   #94
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    Re: Dave Matthews Taylor Signature

    Here is my #89. Enjoy!
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    Old 05-16-2010, 07:24 PM   #95
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    Here is my #89. Enjoy!
    Beautiful guitar! I think the aging toner is a particularly nice touch. It looks gorgeous.
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    This guitar is barely a signature model at all. For God's sake, the only difference between this and the 914c(e) is that it has a crown and the word "Grux" inlayed on the fretboard where part of the Cindy inlay would normally be. That's not a signature guitar. The DM3MD was a signature guitar. This is a 914c(e) with Dave's name on it.

    I have both and i can tell you itís definitely a signature guitar.
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