Baby Taylor Guitar, Mahogany, Rare – Made In The Usa
Baby Taylor Guitar, Mahogany,
Rare – Made in the USA
U.S.A. BIDDERS / SHIPPING ONLY
For sale is
a Baby Taylor, ¾ Size Dreadnought Guitar.
This guitar is unique in that it was made in the USA at the Taylor
factory in El Cajon, California.
Made from Mahogany, it produces a richer tone with more mid-range. Since this is a ¾ size guitar, it is ideal
for young students and entry level players, and also makes a great travel
- Size: 3/4, Model 305-M, Mahogany Construction
- 14/19 Fret Ebony Fingerboard with Pearloid Dot Inlays
- Nut and Saddle: Tusq
Per Side Chrome Diecast Tuners
- Ebony Bridge
I purchased this guitar used and it is in good
condition but has some “character” scuffs around the edges (see pics). This instrument
has been stored in my home studio (humidity / temperature controlled, smoke
free) since its purchase. It has been
used mainly for guitar instruction with students, but also is very useful if
you have a need for multiple instruments for practice at different locations, or
exploring alternate tunings, etc.
PayPal accepted as payment.
If you are unhappy with this instrument for
any reason, you may return it to me within fourteen (14) days of receiving the
item. Your money will be refunded less
15% of the sale price to cover listing and handling costs. The buyer is also responsible for shipping
and insurance costs of the return. This
item must be returned in its original cosmetic and functional condition to
qualify for a refund. All returns must
be pre-approved by Seller.
U.S.A. BIDDERS ONLY
Buyer to pay $48.00 for insured shipping
& handling via UPS GROUND or USPS to the lower 48 states. An additional
shipping charge to be determined at the end of the auction will be assessed for
shipments to Alaska or Hawaii. UPS WILL NOT SHIP TO P.O. BOXES.
Unit will ship within 5 business days of receipt of payment. In the event of local sale of listed item, auction will close early.
ONLY TO THE U.S.A.
All pictures are of actual item(s).
you for looking!
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