Authorized Taylor Guitars Dealer

Proud to be an Authorized Taylor Guitars Dealer!

Luthier's Workshop is proud to be an authorized Taylor Guitars dealer! 

Outstanding playability, flawless craftsmanship, and stunning aesthetics are just a few of the reasons that many of today's leading musicians make Taylor their guitar of choice; and the company's artist roster numbers in the thousands.

My connection with Taylor Guitars began many years ago. Actually, my relationship with Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug, the two owners of Taylor Guitars, started at a little known guitar shop called American Dream. Located on the outskirts of San Diego California, in the tiny berg of Lemon Grove, the American Dream was one of the few places you could get your guitar repaired or a custom one built. 

Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug, along with other builders like the banjo-great Greg Deering, worked at the American Dream (the Dream as we referred to it) not knowing it would become a hot-bed for the coming steel stringed instrument revival of the 1970's! I was fortunate to have joined this band of brothers as their finisher; then, later moved in to an apprentice roll - as a builder/repairman. 

Bob and Kurt soon partnered-up, purchased the necessary tools from American Dream and started their own dream. Three other employees and I came along in this move as well - to form the fledgling Taylor Guitars. 

As most are aware, Taylor Guitars has evolved into one of the world's leading manufacturers of premium acoustic, acoustic/electric and electric guitars. Forty-three years after I started my journey at "the Dream", the opportunity of starting a Taylor Guitar Dealership in Green Bay Wisconsin was offered, so I grabbed it! Becoming a Taylor Guitar Dealer has not been just a goal for me - it's a dream come true.

From the popular Baby Taylor and GS Minis to the sought after 814CE and K26 Koa model... we have a stunning selection to choose from. It is my pleasure to invite you to visit Luthier's Workshop and see the full line-up of new Taylor Guitars! 

Thank you,

Tony Louscher
Luthier's Workshop
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