How much does the Taylor 324ce acoustic guitar cost?
The Taylor 324ce Builder's Edition is a high-quality acoustic guitar that currently costs $2,499.00 from most major retailers.
Note that the regular V-class 324ce and the Builder's Edition version are priced differently. This price guide focuses on both.
Getting an acoustic guitar with a solid Mahogany top and V-Class bracing from Taylor is not going to be cheap. The Builder's Edition 324ce is on the high-end of the quality tier, with attractive binding, high-grade solid tonewood (including on the back and sides), and even a beveled armrest.
And the V-Class core model isn't far behind.
This page is set up for you to compare pricing from multiple retailers and/or keep track of where this guitar is trending.
While prices update automatically, it's important to recognize that these numbers are always subject to change and that we can't guarantee any particular price.
Take some time to check the different retailers, and feel free to leave us questions in the comments section.
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Taylor 324ce price from major retailers
Most high-dollar acoustic guitars, especially from brands like Taylor and Martin, tend to have very stubborn price points. This means you won't generally see much deviation between retailers that carry them.
These tables update live, so if there is a difference, you'll find it here.
If not, don't hold your breath waiting.
Reminder: There is a difference in price between the Builder's Edition and the regular version of the 324ce. Both are included in the tables below.
Tables updated on Wed, June 07th, 2023.
We need to keep Amazon pricing separate because of their policies and how they have their database set up. While Amazon isn't really known for selling guitars, Taylor has a surprisingly large inventory with them.
Price Alert Sign Up (excludes Amazon)
Since we've included pricing for the Builder's Edition and the regular V-Class, the price alert trigger will follow the cheapest option, which is always going to be the core model. It will also track the cheapest one among all the vendors list, whichever has the 324ce for the lowest price.
Taylor 324ce price history
Once again, this is for the core model.
As you can probably tell from the price table, these numbers are pretty consistent. If there is only one bullet point on this graph, it's because there haven't been any recent changes in price.
You can check back later to see if you missed anything. Like the price alert, this graph follows the lowest price among all the vendors and excludes Amazon.
Price History for Taylor 324Ce V-Class Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar Shaded Edge Burst
|Current Price||$2,499.00||June 2, 2023|
|Highest Price||$2,499.00||November 29, 2022|
|Lowest Price||$2,499.00||November 29, 2022|
Last price changes
|$2,499.00||November 29, 2022|
When we checked Reverb, inventory for the regular V-Class and Builder's Edition was pretty low.
However, the 324s they did have were significantly discounted.
Of course, this can change very quickly and depends on when you're scoping out the market. You can look on Reverb at both guitar's availability here:
The core model is a lot cheaper than the Builder's Edition, so it's worth checking out the differences between the two. In most cases, we'd say the core model is a better investment, just because it knocks so much off the price.
Though, both of these acoustic guitars are exceptionally beautiful instruments.
Either way, you can use our Taylor 324ce price guide to try and snag a deal, or at least make sure you aren't missing one before you pay the asking price.
If you have questions, hit us up in the comments section below.
Written by GC Editorial on Acoustics & Roundups
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