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Introducing Taylor’s Circa ’74: The Living Room-Worthy Acoustic Amp

Taylor Circa ’74
Taylor Circa ’74 acoustic guitar amps launched . The AV150-10 model is the first release under the new Circa ’74 brand

Taylor has unveiled its stunning Circa ’74, an acoustic amplifier that beautifully blends mid-century modern design with practicality. This mahogany-crafted amp, featuring a sleek, retro aesthetic, is a standout at this year’s NAMM show.

Taylor Circa ’74

Acoustic guitar players often find their amplifier options limited, especially when it comes to style. Unlike their electric counterparts, acoustic amps typically sport a more utilitarian look – think plain, boxy, and black. Taylor’s Circa ’74, however, breaks the mold. With its stylish design, reminiscent of the mid-century modern trend popularized by shows like “Mad Men,” the Circa ’74 is a visual delight.


The AV150-10 model is the first release under the Circa ’74 brand. It’s not just about looks; this amp is designed with acoustic players in mind. It offers 150 watts of power, a 10-inch speaker, and a two-channel solid-state circuit. The controls include a three-band EQ, volume, and reverb for both acoustic and vocal channels. Plus, it’s equipped with presets for various pickups and microphones from brands like Fishman, LR Baggs, and Shure.

Taylor Circa ’74 acoustic guitar amp


Connectivity is a breeze with the AV150-10. It includes a 1/4″ XLR for input A, a 1/4” jack for input B, a 1/8″ aux input, and Bluetooth compatibility for easy streaming. The inclusion of a mahogany wooden amp stand further adds to its appeal as a piece of guitar furniture.

This amp is a collaboration of talents, including Bob Taylor, pro guitarist Terry Myers, electronics expert Tyler Robertson, and master woodworker David Judd. Priced at $1,199, the AV150-10 is a premium offering that’s as much a statement piece as it is a musical instrument.

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