Four Seasons, in partnership with Taylor Guitars – the industry’s premier global maker of acoustic guitars – is pleased to debut a new and exciting Guitar Concierge program for the inner rock star in all of us.
With its thriving music scene and reputation as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” the city of Austin is the perfect stage for this new in-room amenity available exclusively at Four Seasons Hotel Austin. Through the Taylor Guitars Concierge Program, music-loving guests have access to premium guitars throughout their visit, allowing them to strum, vibrato and dog ear to their heart’s content in the comfort of their guest room or on the Hotel’s scenic back lawn.
Renowned for blending modern, innovative manufacturing techniques with a master craftsman’s attention to detail, Taylor guitars are widely considered among the best-sounding and easiest to play in the world. With the Guitars Concierge program, guests can choose from the following:
- Baby Taylor: The three-quarter size Baby Taylor firmly established the travel guitar category years ago and today is more popular than ever. At the heart of it all is an authentic guitar sound and inviting playing experience. Featuring a layered sapele back and sides and a top of solid Sitka spruce, players can add a capo, high-string it, tune it down, help their kids form their first guitar chords – however it’s used, it’s always fun to have one within reach.
- 214 DLX: For those channeling a more distinctive playing experience, the 214 DLX is loaded with high-end looks and sounds. The 214 DLX features a Grand Auditorium body shape that can cover a broad range of playing styles. The guitar showcases richly variegated layered Indian rosewood back and sides, a solid Sitka spruce top, a full-gloss body, white binding and Small Diamond fretboard inlays.
The Taylor Guitars Concierge program is complimentary for Hotel guests and available for a four-hour jam session. Private lessons are also available upon request for a fee. For more details, please call (512) 685-8130.More posts from January 2017