Taylor Guitars Baby Taylor, BT2, Mahogany, Natural

by Guitar Reviewer

  • 3/4 Size Dreadnought
  • Solid Mahogany Top
  • Sapele Back/Sides
  • Gig Bag Included

Product Description
The Mahogany Baby Taylor An alternate version of the original Baby Taylor substitutes a solid mahogany top, giving this three-quarters-size Dreadnought a dark, attractive complexion and a mid-range boost.

Baby Taylor: The Ideal Portable Guitar The Baby Taylor is the ultimate travel companion, delivering volume and tone that surprise for its diminutive dimensions. At three-quarters the size of a full-sized guitar, the Baby Taylor lives for the … More >>

Price: $290.00
Rating: 5.0 (3 reviews)

Taylor Guitars Baby Taylor, BT2, Mahogany, Natural


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S. D. Silberstein February 17, 2010 at 8:05 pm

Outstanding playability and great sound for a guitar of this size (hard to find small guitars with a good deep end). The construction and materials are a better quality than I expected for the price.
Rating: 5 / 5

J. Keeling February 17, 2010 at 9:05 pm

A PERSONAL OPINION. The Taylor BT2 is a really nice guitar. I did not say The Taylor BT2 is a really nice little guitar. Why? We could talk about guitar size, shape, wood type, action, nut size, and acoustics but it is easier to just say, this guitar is very easy to play and sounds much bigger than it really is. I bought this guitar to carry to parties and family gatherings (I’m the lease musically talented in my family but I got guts) as I was getting tired of toting my big Ovation back and fourth. This little guitar with the big voice was just what I was looking for. Fact is, I messed around trying to buy a used Baby Taylor off eBay and found this guitar sells for $220 to $305 USED. Shoot, I bought a new one for $299. This is a very nice guitar and I am sure the model BT1 is good too; I just like mahogany better than spruce. I recommend this Baby Taylor to anyone as a first guitar or as in my case, a second.
Rating: 5 / 5

Karl February 17, 2010 at 10:27 pm

I love my baby Taylor — it’s big enough to produce a decent tone, yet small enough to be really portable. It comes with a nice little padded case, and it fits perfectly in an overhead bin. The sound is significantly fuller and louder than a Washburn Rover or Martin Backpacker. To get a better sound, you’d have to spend a lot more for a high end parlor guitar.

It’s not intended to be a first guitar, although it’s size might work for a child or smaller person. If you already have a nice full-sized guitar, though, and want something to take with you on your travels, this is one is great.
Rating: 5 / 5

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