Taylor GS Mini-e Mahogany Acoustic-Electric Guitar (with Hard Bag)

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The compact size and full-voiced tone of the Taylor GS Mini will make you want to have it at arm's reach all the time -- on stage and in the living room.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
ES-B pickup Taylor acoustic pickup with tuner
Mahogany back and sides Dry and airy tone; clear, present midrange
Mahogany top Warm tone with long sustain

This premium edition of Taylor’s standard Taylor GS Mini Mahogany Acoustic-Electric Guitar comes equipped for live performance with the addition of Taylor’s ES-B. Onboard ES-B electronics include a built-in digital chromatic tuner with an LED display for tuning and low battery indication. Between the compact size and full-voiced tone and projection, players at every level love having one within arm’s reach wherever they may be -- whether on the go or on the couch. The hardwood mahogany top yields a meaty, punchy response that lively pickers and strummers will love. Comes in a GS Mini hard bag.

- Scale Length: 23-1/2"
- Nut & Saddle: Nubone Nut/Micarta Saddle
- Bracing: GS Mini with Relief Rout
- Truss Rod Cover: Black Plastic
- Pickguard: Tortoise
- Number of Frets: 20
- Tuners: Taylor Chrome
- Case: GS Mini Hard Bag
- Brand of Strings: Elixir Phosphor Bronze Medium
- Body Length: 17 5/8"

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-943-6782

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (2 ratings)
Submitted October 26, 2020 by Aaron H in Evans, GA
"Great value, outshines more expensive models"
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Received mine today. First Taylor, fourth acoustic electric guitar. I simply can't put it down. It plays, sounds, feels, resonates, and looks better than other similar types of acoustic guitars in other, more expensive variants. The necks is superb. Frets are amazing, the fit and finish are utilitarian but very luxurious. I can't say enough positive about the beautiful West African Ebony fretboard, the deep orange and highly figured mahogany top, and the amazing feel of the very stable, and uniquely designed neck. The sound... Oh, it puts the Gibson G45 to shame. There's a rich, deep, very resonant tone that the mahogany gives... It's like having the best of the spruce top, but with more mid range and low end. The appointments are wonderful, and the standard hard bag was a delightful inclusion. Well worth the street price in fit, function, and playability. You must own one to believe.

It has a much deeper, woody, clear tone... It performs on par with my Gibson G45.

It's size makes it a joy to play. The fact that they not only scaled down the Grand Symphony model, but made the back a bit more convex, result in a small guitar that projects itself and sounds like many more expensive full sized models.

Ease of Use
Playability was 100 percent, right out of the box. The strings were all in pitch, but slightly flat. I use an alternate tuning anyway, so it didn't take long to get read more it to where I like it.

It is a very solid guitar, with the key components made from solid woods. The back and sides are laminate, but that only helps focus more resonance and response from the gorgeous orange-hued tropical mahogany top.

This mini guitar is very well worth the price, and performs as well-off not a little better (more uniquely) than my Gibson G45.

Manufacturer Support
Corresponded to them initially via email after I had registered. They answered all of my questions.

The Wow Factor
The top is gorgeous, the back and sides are beautiful and highly figured. These features are more common to the full sized, more expensive models.

Musical Background:
Playing since I was 15
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