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Limited Edition Taylor Guitar Giveaway!
Posted by Jamin Rathbun on 11/07/16.

Congratulations to Kenneth Lyon, the lucky winner of our Taylor guitar giveaway. Thanks again to Michael & Violetta Ward for donating this beautiful guitar, and to all of you who entered. Thanks to you, we were able to raise over $2,000! Rumor has it that there might be another guitar giveaway for 2017! Stay tuned for that.




At midnight on December 17th (just in time for Christmas), we're giving away a limited edition 30th anniversary Taylor guitar with a retail value of $5,498, with all proceeds going toward the Trinity Arts Center building fund.

The Taylor XXX-KE is a Grand Concert guitar with a tight bass response, bright mid range, and super-clear treble, plus increased volume and projection.

In addition to its one-of-a-kind sound and responsiveness, this guitar is a beautiful combination of Koa wood and Engelmann Spruce, decorated with a one-of-a-kind mother of pearl and 18 carat gold inlay on the ebony fretboard and a luminescent pearl and abalone torch on the ebony backstrap.

Add to this Taylor's famous Expression pickup system, slot head tuners, and unmatched action and tonal response, and you have a unique instrument that celebrates the 30th anniversary of Taylor's prestigious guitar-making history.

Features include: Entries are $10 each. Enter as many times as you like by entering a custom amount on the entry page (after pressing the button below). We'll draw a name after this year's production of God WIth Us and notify the winner the next day. Good luck!

Thanks to Michael & Violetta Ward for their generous donation of this beautiful instrument. He's taken great care of her, and is excited to pass her on to another player. = ) (pictures below)

Don't forget! Even if you're not interested in the guitar, please contribute a tax-deductible donation on our building fund page. We're building a community that will create and inspire and teach our kids for generations to come, and we need your help.