Except for some fret wear (as shown in photo 16) and a couple of dings to the spruce top, this 22 years-old Taylor has survived in nearly pristine condition and the years have given it an appealing sun tan patina. The WMB suffix to the 810 model code stands for "With More Bass," believe it or not, and Taylor voiced this model to provide the more open-sounding bottom end commonly associated with rosewood dreadnoughts. The wood binding, wide single-ring abalone soundhole rosette, gold tuners and lack of a pickguard give it a classy look, set off with red purfling along all the body edges with a matching back strip. Original Taylor hardshell case included.

stock no. 55997

Model810-WMB
TopSitka Spruce
Back and sidesIndian Rosewood
Frets to body14
Nut width1 11/16"
Scale length25.5"
Bridge materialEbony
Fretboard MaterialEbony
Neck materialMahogany
RosetteAbalone
Bracingscalloped X
TunersGrover
CaseOrig. Hard
Serial No970825133
BindingRosewood