Taylor Baby Taylor

6-String Guitar

Made by Taylor

Description Just your regular small guitar.
Posted By William Atkinson (44)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 3.7 (of 5)
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On 3/4/2004, William Balint (6) posted:
Overall Rating:
There are probably better choices out there, particularly in the $400 range.
Model Year: 2002
Price: $400.00 (new)
Where Obtained: dealer
Features:
Underneath the spruce top and rosewood sides, it's pine plywood. Cheaply made. Neck is bolt-on w/a small piece of mahogany wood, presumably to buffer the neck from the soft pine.
Playability:
Action is high, frets are not well set. Hard to play, even accounting for the small size.
Sound Quality:
Considering the small size, can't complain about the sound much.
Durability:
Worst feature is durability. This thing can break if you sneeze...weird for a "travel" guitar.
On 10/22/2000, William Atkinson (44) posted:
Overall Rating:
In case you havn't been able to tell, I'm not a Martin fan...I have yet to find ONE...ONE Martin that I like to play on. Everytime I find a Taylor, I wish I had the money to buy yet another guitar.
Model Year: 2000
Where Obtained: this is just a review
Features:
As a Taylor, it's of good quality. So far I have yet to find one with a pick up on it.
Playability:
Plays just like a Taylor. Allthough it is a bit ocward to play sometimes beings it's so small compared to a full sized guitar.
Sound Quality:
OOOO YEAH!!! Look out Martin! No more backpacks!!! This thing plays loud for a small thing. I'd say that it comes real close to a Taylor 312-ce; and many martins that I've played.
Durability:
Be careful with this one. It's small and needs to be treated with care...although, all guitars should be treated well.