Taylor

Description

Conceived as a starter guitar for kids, the left-handed Baby Taylor acoustic has maintained its enduring appeal by being a legitimate musical instrument that anyone can enjoy. The three-quarter-size Dreadnought helped touring musicians like Taylor Swift sketch new musical ideas on the road, and it's been a reliable musical accomplice for travelers seeking inspiration while trekking the world. All Baby Taylor models ship with a durable travel-worthy gig bag made by Taylor for optimal fit and protection. Mahogany is a hardwood that produces a natural compression, yielding more "roll-in" effect to a note. The compression evens out a lively attack for a more linear response. Mahogany tops deliver strong fundamentals with clear and direct focus. The arched back of the guitar generates more sound from a small-bodied instrument, and using layered wood back and sides create a sturdy yet receptive platform for the vibrating string energy sent by the guitar's top. Layered wood is less susceptible to changes in temperature and humidity, making it an excellent choice for players who travel with their instruments or simply require more durability.
Features
  • Mahogany top, sapele body
  • Sapele neck
  • African ebony fingerboard and bridge
warning

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Specifications
Body
  • Body type: Dreadnought
  • Top wood: Mahogany
  • Back & sides: Sapele
  • Bracing pattern: X
  • Body finish: Matte
Neck
  • Neck shape: Taylor Standard Baby
  • Nut width: 1.68"
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Neck wood: Sapele
  • Scale length: 22.75"
  • Number of frets: 19
  • Neck finish: Matte
  • Bridge: African ebony
  • Saddle & nut: Synthetic Bone
Other
  • Tuning machines: Chrome Baby tuners
  • Orientation: Left-handed
  • Number of strings: 6 String
  • Case: Gig Bag
  • Country of origin: Mexico

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