The three-fourths-size Baby Taylor, with a solid mahogany top, makes a great-sounding traveling companion. The larger Big Baby (15/16 of full-size) has a spruce top and plays like a grownup. Both feature layered backs and sides and come with a gig bag to help you get around.
At a 3/4-scale, the Baby Taylor is the little Dreadnought that could. Taylor's ultra-portable travel mate belies its size with a sweet, full voice and great tone. It's remarkably versatile for special applications, whether played in alternate tunings or high-strung; with a capo or a slide. And it's the perfect starter guitar for young kids. An alternate version of the original Baby Taylor substitutes a solid mahogany top, giving this 3/4-size dreadnought a dark, attractive complexion and a mid-range boost.
A mahogany top adds extra mid-range punch, often described as a "bluesy edge," to the tone of the Baby Mahogany.
At 3/4 the scale of a full-sized Taylor Dreadnought, the body of a Baby Taylor is compact yet still full on tone.
A durable varnish finish offers protection, good looks, and a smooth feel to the touch.
|Number of Strings||6|
|Body Shape||3/4 Dreadnought|
|Body Style||No Cutaway|
|Back & Sides Wood||Layered Sapele|
|Number of Frets||19|
|Tuning Machines||Enclosed, Die-Cast Chrome Plated|
|Nut/Saddle Material||Tusq Nut/Micarta Saddle|
|Strings||Elixir NANOWEB Light Gauge (.012-.053)|
|Case Included||Gig Bag|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BT2|