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That is a discontinued model.
Check which way it is losing tuning. If from the machine heads, very unusual, try an extra turn on the tuning bar. If the string is slipping at the bridge end, check the fitting of the strings.
If you make a mark with a felt tip pen on the 12th fret position on the string, see which way it moves.
on Dec 07, 2017
Taylor guitar # 20060531157 is made in US?
The 2 Taylor factories, in El Cajon CA, and in Tecate Mex., are quite close, and before 2008 it seems that pieces of the one guitar were made in both places.
Yours was made in May 2006, and that is the most likely scenario for it. Mexican made Taylors are apparently considered to be just as good as US made Taylors.
I have seen it reported that from 2008, more production was done in Tecate, and a guitar made there completely should have 'Made in Mexico' visible somewhere on it or deep inside.
on Aug 28, 2018
What is it worth if anything?
Taylor guitars are usually on the high end price wise?
they do have beginner models also like baby Taylor guitar and it's about $500 other Taylor guitars can go for $1000 +
depends on model, condition, ect...
Hope that Helps?
on Jan 21, 2018
Mr. Andrew Taylor
Yes Hettie. That would be 6th April 1956. Usually the tuners will write what they did. The third entry will be fairly close. The first one is usually the date it left the factory, and the second is the first tune at the new owner, or in the shop if it is a display piece. The third would then be in its new home.
Better to keep followups in the original thread. That way all the people who have responded get a notification that you have responded back. Making a new post is hit and miss that I see it. You were lucky I did :>)
on Jul 21, 2016
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