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James Taylor’s acoustic guitar style has been instantly recognizable since the early 70s, and has influenced countless singer-songwriters since. He might not be a virtuoso instrumentalist – always using the guitar to accompany his voice — but there’s a lot you can learn from his style.
Below James introduces the guitars that helped create the great songs —”Fire and Rain,” “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight,” “Something in the Way She Moves” — that have made him one of the most beloved artists of our time.