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September 5
05-SEP-2012

September 5

Taylor Guitar Factory, El Cajon, California

On the right luthiers are gluing and clamping matched Guitar Tops together by hand.
On the left a computerized laser saw cuts the glued pieces to the familiar hourglass shape.
This clearly shows that some work processes have to be done by hand, while others can be done by computer.
Thanks to the friendly folks at Taylor Guitars for giving 19 members of our photo group the opportunity to visit today,
and to Jerry for a friendly and informative tour, and for all the cool photo-ops.

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Norman Richard07-Sep-2012 12:20
The sound must be beautifull in there!
Frank Brault06-Sep-2012 23:57
A fine candid that tells a story. Very interesting how the guitars are made, both by hand and with automated processes. V
Alain Boussac06-Sep-2012 15:57
Excellent opportunity and image. Thanks for the interesting explanations. V.
pkocinski06-Sep-2012 13:06
Cool stuff! Lucky opportunity for all those on the tour.
Mike H.06-Sep-2012 11:12
Really fascinating opportunity, Walter;
neat presentation!!
vatorman06-Sep-2012 04:15
A great shot of the rare, but appreciated, behind the scenes experiences.
Jim & Josefina06-Sep-2012 03:43
Interesting.
LeeG06-Sep-2012 03:26
Taylor guitars sound great, crisp and clean like this photograph. I bet this was an interesting tour of the factory!
coaster06-Sep-2012 02:51
Excellent look at this factory that produces great guitars.
soulis06-Sep-2012 02:31
Great! V.
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