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Taylor Swift Baby Taylor Guitar

Filed in Country Music Gifts, Instruments, Taylor Swift Gifts by on November 23, 2014 0 Comments • views: 2832

Taylor Swift collaborated with Taylor Guitars to come up with her own signature guitar for the public. This particular design was inspired by her memories of writing songs on her own Baby Taylor. She said she wanted to share her passion with her fans and this guitar was created for them.

For anyone who isn’t sure, a Baby Taylor Guitar is about three quarters the size of a regular sized and it’s designed to be an excellent travel companion for the musician who wants to write on the road, or any other time they travel. Its a good choice for little hands as well making it ideal for a younger person. The guitar measures 16 by 38 by 7 inches and weighs 10 pounds, so as you can see, as mentioned above, it’s ideal for the smaller person or for traveling.

Young Taylor Swift fans can start their guitar learning lessons out with a Baby Taylor Taylor. It’s a good gift idea for a very special occasion, perhaps a birthday or holiday. Of course you can get a Baby Taylor that’s not a signature series by Taylor Swift, however they’re rather plain in comparison to this spruced up commemorative. It also comes with a soft-sided case for easy portability. Apparently you’ll find some pockets to store a few things in the case as well.

You may not see Taylor Swift playing a Baby Taylor however she has been sporting a brand new Taylor Guitar on her wildly successful, record breaking ‘Red Tour’. She’s been playing on a Ruby Hued 614ce that was made to coordinate with her Red Album. Her first store bought guitar was a K65ce.

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