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Taylor Guitar Owners and Lovers

People who own, wish to own or just plain love Taylor guitars

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Comment by Downtown Freddy Brown on December 26, 2011 at 7:35pm

Just got my first Taylor. The DDX model. Gloss Black, Maple back and sides with a Sitka Spruce top. Love it!

Comment by Kenny on June 20, 2012 at 7:42am

High Freddy,

I own a 2009 Taylor 214. It's the first guitar I've ever bought. About the same time as I bought my 214 I started learning to flatpick. 

I know it's not a bluegrass guitar but for now it's what I have and I really enjoy playing it!

 

Comment by Downtown Freddy Brown on August 23, 2012 at 8:06am

Just added another Taylor to my collection. A Taylor GS Mini Mahogany top. Since they brought out the Mini in 2010 it has been hard to keep in stock. My local store never had one to try out. I wanted a "travel size" guitar for a while now but they all sounded too tinny for me but I finally bit the bullet and ordered one in. I couldn't believe how "full" it sounds for a smaller scale guitar. I am super happy with it.

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