NAMM 2017 - Taylor Guitars
By Dave Schwartz

In 1972, at age 18, Bob Taylor began working at American Dream, a guitar making shop owned by Sam Radding, where Kurt Listug was already an employee. When Radding decided to sell the business in 1974, Taylor,  Listug, and a third employee, Steve Schemmer, bought American Dream and renamed it the Westland Music Company.

DaBelly visits the Taylor guitar booth. We check out several guitars including the Grand Concert, a left-handed 800 Series Deluxe, the GS Mini Bass and The 214 Deluxe Koa!

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