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Taylor BT2 Baby Taylor Mahagony · Guitarra acústica

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Detalles técnicos
Peso del producto4,5 Kg
Dimensiones del producto40,6 x 96,5 x 17,8 cm
Número de modelo del productoBT2
Número de cuerdas 6
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Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº18.775 en Instrumentos musicales (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en desde24 de enero de 2015
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21 de 21 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Perfect! 6 de junio de 2014
Por Michelle - Publicado en
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The quality and sound exceeds the full-bodied guitars we own! My husband and I play this all the time, and it's perfect for everyday use, as well as small enough to take on adventures. We choose to play this guitar over our full-bodied guitars every day.
9 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Little Guitar, Big Sound 29 de septiembre de 2015
Por Tad Johnson - Publicado en
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I’ve had my Baby Taylor for about three months now, and have played it for countless hours. To start off, this guitar is not supposed to match full bodied guitars; it is a travel guitar and while it can keep up with full sized guitars, it definitely does not produce the same sound and tone. For the ¾ size, this little guitar puts out a ton of volume, enough to keep up in an acoustic jam session, and is compact enough to take most anywhere.

First Impressions:
Upon opening my package, I was nervous as part of the packaging was wet to the touch, but after I pulled everything out, the Taylor box was dry and the soft travel case added another layer of protection. The guitar itself was beautiful, two bookmatched pieces of mahogany for the top, sapele laminate sides, neck and back. The ebony fretboard is smooth and the frets were polished with no rough spots on the sides. The satin finish was done well and looks very natural. The color of the mahogany is much darker than what shows in the pictures, which I liked more, as it looks rather orange in most pictures. The build quality of the guitar is stunning and I would expect nothing less from Taylor.

This is a loud little guitar. When picking the guitar, it rings out of the body just like a full size would. You would have no problem keeping up with other acoustic players. Fingerstyle playing tends to be a bit quieter, given the denser wood and smaller body, but still very audible. If you pluck a little harder, you can get some great volume.

Tone is the only place where I had any grievances. While volume is definitely present, the tone was quite inconsistent out of the box. Open chords sounded very muddy, higher barre chords were much clearer, while scales/soloing has the most clarity in tone. While the tone can be muddy in some spots, the brightness tends to make up for it and gives it a wonderful balance of volume, tone and brightness. Taylor also did a great job of ensuring that this mini didn’t sound tinny like some other mini acoustics.

Conclusion and Recommendations:
While the Baby Taylor has it’s shortcomings, they can easily be overlooked for it’s numerous good qualities. This guitar would be great if you’re a beginner, given it’s smaller size and lighter tension on strings. The Baby Taylor will even work if you’re a gigging musician that is looking for something small that you can sling around. With incredible volume, perfect fit and finish and exceptional tones, I think this guitar would be a lovely addition to anyone’s collection or a good start to one.

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Muddy mid and bass tones
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Perfect for A Traveller 29 de diciembre de 2014
Por Rachelle Butow - Publicado en
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Beautiful guitar and a good size for an average sized girl such as myself (5'4", medium build). It's perfect for my nomadic, traveller lifestyle and I'm sure it will last a long time. Great Guitar.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Perfect Travel Guitar 24 de agosto de 2015
Por Stephen Henderson - Publicado en
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I got tired of lugging my nice guitars around on trips and vacations, so bought this to take along with me. Previously I'd had a Martin Backpacker, that i never liked. I didn't care for the sound, and the action was really awful.

This guitar is great though, and sounds deceptively bigger than it is. It's got a nice warm sound, and is great for finger style. It sits well in your lap too...(far better than the backpacker), although it does have a lug for a standard guitar strap.

The mahogany is well finished, and gets a lot of comments. It has good quality tuners that keep it in tune very well. I also looked at the Little Martin LX1, but didn't like the sound as much as I did that of the Taylor. The martin sounded a bit muddier, and not as well defined. The Taylor has a really nice warm rich sound to it... While not the same as a full sized Dreadnaught, it really does well.

I do keep a humidifier in it (one of those sponge ones) to keep it from desiccating in the dry heat. I did hear from a friend who had one crack on them... apparently they did not keep it humidified.

It came with a nice functional backpack style carrying case, which I used for several trips, but I as always paranoid the guitar would get smashed, as it was not a hard sided case, so I bought the SKB Baby Taylor case for it. Glad I did!

You can't go wrong with this guitar. While not cheap, it would also be good for a child, as it is a perfect size, and the action is quite good, which will make life easier for their little fingers.

I keep it at work when I don't have a trip, and play it just about every day at lunch.

No negative comments at all. It's everything I hoped it would be.

Boise, ID
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent little guitar! 31 de marzo de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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Purchased this as a beginner guitar for me and a travel guitar for my daughter. She has played for a few years and likes the feel and sound of this little guitar. So far she has gravitated to it and played on each of her trips home from college. It is easy to play especially for smaller hands and produces good sound and volume. For sure it does not produce the same sound as a full size guitar but it is good for practice and cozy venues.

From a beginner's perspective, the guitar is a joy to play. A previous guitar I attempted to learn on years ago had poor "playability" which hampered my progress and discouraged practice. On the Taylor I am progressing nicely and am thoroughly enjoying the process.