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Taylor Baby Taylor Mahogany Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar
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The Baby Taylor Mahogany Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar has an X-braced mahogany top that adds midrange punch and a slight bluesy edge. Genuine ebony fr...Click To Read More About This Product
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The dark, warm tone of a solid mahogany top on a 3/4-scale travel/children's guitar.
The Baby Taylor Mahogany Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar has an X-braced mahogany top that adds midrange punch and a slight bluesy edge. Genuine ebony fretboard and bridge plus laser-etched rosette add luxurious visual vibe. The Baby Taylor acoustic is a great beginning guitar with its 3/4 size and affordable Taylor quality.
- Solid mahogany top
- 3/4 scale
- Sapele arched back and sides
- Ebony fretboard and bridge
- Lexan headstock veneer
- Laser-etched rosette
- Enclosed die-cast tuners
- 22-3/4" scale
- 1-11/16" nut width
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The guitar sound is on the shrill side. I have relatively small hands, so I thought that I would be able to span perhaps 4 frets with ease - may you can, but the nut width is too small to finger strum with ease, you need infantile hands to finger pick. I wish I had gone for a small guitar but with a nut width that is normal and not so narrow. This is a childs guitar, adults should know better. There have to be better choices for lefties for a practice guitar for the office. I would not buy this again given a choice. Got dazzled by the manufacturers name recognition. Perhaps the manufacturer should produce a model with a normal width fret board.
Don't let the size of this guitar fool you. When you play it you'll be surpised by the awesome sound that comes from it. Its a great guitar for those who travel and don't want to be away from their guitar.
In response to the narrow nut review. According to specs this nut is 3 100ths WIDER than a "typical" Strat so the fretboard width should'nt be a problem even though it is an accoustic as oppossed to an electric. Give it a fair shake you'll likely adjust to it.