The Baby Taylor guitar is an exquisite guitar, which really brings out Taylor Guitars attention to detail and craftsmanship that we all have known about and cared for throughout the years. They certainly cut no corners in the crafting of the Baby Taylor, a smaller version of their famous full sized acoustic.
Taylor has been around for a long time and has done some great things, being one of the leading companies in the world when it comes to making premium quality acoustic, as well as electric guitars. The Baby Taylor BT2 features a solid Mahogany top, 3/4 Size Dreadnought, Sapele Back and Sides, an Ebony Fretboard with a 22 and 3/4 scale with 19 frets, Enclosed, Die-Cast Chrome Plated tuning heads, an adjustable truss, and a black gig bag. It plays smooth and comfortable, making it easy for someone just learning or for someone who has some experience with the instrument.
Baby Taylor is only three-quarters the size of a regular acoustic guitar, which makes it absolutely perfect for someone who is traveling, for a younger player, or for someone that just doesn’t like large bulky acoustic guitars. The size also surprisingly doesn’t seem to take away from its very full tone.
The sound is very full and lush, not tinny or dry, like a lot of other brands that are in this price range and lower. The Mahogany produces a very clear and mid-saturated tone which is very warm to the ears. The laminate back and sides really help the tone resonate, as well, which really puts this guitar into a class of its own without a doubt. Do not be fooled by its small size, the Baby Taylor will measure to up to any full-size instrument of similar quality.
Overall, the Baby Taylor BT2 is a nice little guitar. It delivers good sound for the size, with a good price.