Taylor Big Baby - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Taylor Big Baby

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Rank: #3 out of 253.
  • Body B
  • The Baby Taylor's scaled-up sibling, the Big Baby (15/16th-size), makes a sleek yet full-sounding travel companion with its svelte four-inch body depth, which is about a half-inch shallower than the depth of a standard Dreadnought
  • Slightly bigger than a Baby Taylor and just shy of a full-size guitar, the Big Baby Taylor is ideal for easy-playing, great-sounding guitar fun
  • The overall size keeps you in the ""portable"" category, yet with an extra dose of volume and fullness
  • Like the Baby, the Big Baby has an arched back that provides strength and contributes to its big tonal output
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10 lbs
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Release Date
1 Jan 2012
Taylor, Taylor Guitars
Limited lifetime warranty on parts and labor.
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Key features
  • Dreadnought 15/16th-Scale
  • Solid Sitka
  • Solid Sitka Top
  • Spruce Back & sides
  • Taylor Standard Big Baby X-Bracing
  • Matte 2.0 body finish
  • Right-Handed
  • Taylor Standard Big Baby Profile
  • 1 11/16" Nut width
  • Genuine African Ebony Fingerboard
  • Sapele Neck
  • 25-1/2" Scale
  • 20 frets
  • Matte 2.0 neck finish
  • Expression System Baby Pickup/preamp
  • Under-Sad Configuration
  • 4.4 lbs

Taylor Big Baby is a very popular and one of the more expensive options. It has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Cordoba C5 CE or Takamine GC5CE .

Taylor Big Baby was released in 2012. There are a few newer guitars on the market. Show newer Guitars

Taylor Big Baby is $80 more expensive than an average guitar ($369).

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