#2
It is smaller. I've owned two of them in the past. Good guitars for the money.
#3
I've considered it. Any down sides?
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#4
it's a little bit smaller - at 15/16 scale, it's not actually that small. not a bad guitar, although i didn't like how it sounded for jazz, but pretty good for rock and folk.
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#5
I'd say that the only real downside is that it is a bit pricey. Solid guitar though, no doubt.

I've played one many times before and it's a fun little guitar. Great guitar if all you're looking to do is just have fun on it as opposed to performing live.
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#6
I've got the Taylor GS Mini, which is a slightly smaller instrument but to most reviewers on the web a better sounding one.
On the Acoustic Guitar Forum, most of the players on a direct comparison thread came down on the side of the Mini.
Try both.... Only your ears can tell.
#7
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I've got the Taylor GS Mini, which is a slightly smaller instrument but to most reviewers on the web a better sounding one.
On the Acoustic Guitar Forum, most of the players on a direct comparison thread came down on the side of the Mini.
Try both.... Only your ears can tell.

I actually prefer the Big Baby, but that's just me, we all have our own preferences.
#8
er... you do realize you're responding to a several year old thread, right?

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