Category: Guitar Acoustic Taylor
Item #35892

USA Made 1996 Taylor 301 Baby Acoustic Guitar With Gigbag

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New or used  Used
Make  Taylor
Model  301 Baby Taylor
Year  1996
Are you confident of the production year  Yes
Serial Number  960913310-2
Country of origin  USA
Right or left handed  Right
Overall condition  9
Describe your item's overall condition in detail.  Very Good condition, Taylor Gigbag, no cracks, very few scratches.
Number of Strings  6
Material of Fingerboard  Ebony
Material of Body  Sapele Laminate
Number of Frets  20
Description of fret wear  Minimal
Color  Natural Satin
Finish/lacquer originality  Original Finish
Condition of Lacquer/Finish  Very Good.
Fret Originality  Original Frets
Tuners Originality  Original
Bridge Originality  Original Bridge
Repairs previously done  None
Repairs needed  None
Detailed Description of any cracks in wood  None
Describe any non-original or replaced parts.  None
Case  Non- Original Soft
List any missing pieces  None
Other features/info  Taylor Guitars introduced the Baby Taylor (301) guitar in 1996 to dramatic accolades. This is an original first year USA Made production with the rare "Baby" scrolled on the headstock. The guitar comes with a Taylor Gigbag and is in Mint condition. Recently restrung and professionally setup, this guitar is as ready to play as it was in 1996.

The ¾-size Baby Taylor firmly established the travel guitar category in 1996 and today is more popular than ever. At the heart of it all is an authentic guitar sound and inviting playing experience. Featuring a sapele laminate back and sides and solid top of either spruce or mahogany, you can add a capo, high-string it, tune it down, play it around the campfire, help your kids form their first guitar chords - however you use it, it's always fun to have one within reach. The mahogany-top version will yield a slightly darker, earthier tone than the spruce top.

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