The Taylor Baby Mahogany BT2 Acoustic Guitar is a 3/4 size guitar that is perfect for small humans regardless of age! We love this comfortable little guy that travels easy, is exceptionally easy to play, and sounds shockingly great! This version comes with a Mahogany Top paired with layered Sapele back and sides yield a warm, rich, and focused sounding guitar that packs a nice punch!
This mahogany-top edition of the Baby Taylor will yield a slightly darker, earthier tone than its spruce top sibling. The pint-size mini-Dreadnought was originally inspired by a desire to provide a smaller, starter-size guitar for kids and a legitimate musical companion for travelers, but players have since adapted it for their needs in all sorts of creative ways, from high-stringing it to setting it up to play lap slide, to embracing alternate tunings that add unique acoustic flavors to recordings. At the heart of it, all is an authentic guitar sound and inviting playing experience. The guitar comes in a gig bag for easy toting convenience.
The photos in this listing are our own stock photos. The guitar we currently have in stock looks very similar to what we show here but there will be some differences due to the unique qualities of any piece of wood.
Taylor Guitars has been around since 1974 and Bob Taylor has been there every step along the way. Taylor Guitars changed the entire Acoustic Guitar industry making them more playable, easier on the fingers, and more and more tuneful. From incorporating modern manufacturing techniques that have allowed for much easier repairs to developing great sounding but easy to use electronic systems, Taylor Guitars as always been THE player-driven acoustic guitar manufacturer. The Music Gallery always has a wide selection of Taylor Guitars in stock. From the Academy Series up to the Presentation Series we try to have something from every level of the product line on hand. Ours are professionally inspected and set up so you know they are all playing great! Stop by the shop and experience Taylor Guitars at The Music Gallery!