[Musikmesse] Taylor GS Mini
The Taylor GS Mini features a scaled-down GS body shape.
Compared to the Baby Taylor, the GS Mini has a bigger, deeper body, longer scale length, and a bigger soundhole. It’s small yet big enough to be a player’s primary guitar, according to the company. The GS Mini also features Taylor’s NT neck and other details, including an inlaid rosette, top purfling, and a pickguard.
Each Mini is also prefitted for a magnetic soundhole pickup, the Taylor ES-Go, which can be purchased as an after-market add-on and can be installed on the guitar.
For full product specs and more details on Taylor guitars, visit www.taylorguitars.com/guitars/gs-mini.
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