Taylor calls this guitar a solidbody but let's be honest;
this is not a true solid body. In order for an electric
guitar to be considered a solid body i think that the body needs to be
solid. This line of Taylor guitars feature chambered bodies
"primarily to lighten the body weight" and also in order to "create
the optimal acoustic 'bloom'".
This guitar is already really
thin so i'm not sure why it would need to be lightened, but it's
all a matter of preference obviously.
Now i'm not saying that
chambering is a bad thing - i borrowed a Carvin Holdsworth H2 for
about a month and i loved it: i'm just pointing this out because
Taylor is often misleading in their claims (and literature).