This is the deep and low model for the Taylor guitars. This guitar is an instrument that gives you that deep low tone that fills the room up very nicely. it is a guitar that is not an instrument that has that cutting tone that will mix well in a band as much a normal 6 string guitar. this is a low response guitar that gets that full bodies thick tone for an acoustic guitar.
* Grand Symphony Body
* Sitka spruce top
* Indian rosewood sides and back
* Mahogany neck
* Ebony fretboard
* 27" scale length
* Tuned: B E A D F# B
* 1 3/4" nut width
* Low profile neck shape
* Mother of pearl diamond fretboard inlay
* Abalone rosette
* Rosewood binding
* Venetian cutaway
* Taylor Expression system pickup
* Hardshell case
One of the things that you will immediately notice with this guitar is how well it fills the room up when you play it. It has that nice war tone that baritone guitar are known for. this is not a guitar that i would make my main acoustic for gigging or anything thing else but it is a nice guitar for someone who probably is a professional and has the money for an expensive deep sounding guitar. This is a very stylish guitar as well and just the appearance alone is note worthy. I like this guitar and if there was any acoustic out there that I needed to get that warm baritone tone with it would have to be this guitar.
Overall this is a cool guitar but you will pay a nice hefty price for it. They come in new for right at around $3000. That is not a price for a beginner learning player or someone who doesn't know what they want. That is a price for someone who has it together. If you had the money to own one of these guitars you would most certainly pick it up. It is the finest baritone guitar that I have ever seen and I have seen them all. This guitar has a sound that is all Taylor but has a unique enough tone that would mix well with you other guitars. If you own one acoustic this will still go well with you other guitar.