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Taylor are world renowned for their ability to craft beautiful guitars perfect for the working musician. With their effortless playability and stunning design, they are considered one of the very best acoustic manufacturers around.
The Taylor GT-k21 is one of the latest new releases and boasts a smaller size, a bigger sound and some serious fun! Short for Grand Theatre, the GT is crafted in Taylor's California factory and features some really unique features, the dimensions sit between the popular GS Mini and the Grand Concert for a guitar that is supremely comfortable with a huge sonic personality.
With a solid Hawaiian Koa top, back and sides, the Taylor GT is equally at home fingerpicking or strumming big, brash chords. Hawaiian Koa as a tone wood offers the crisp clarity you would expect from Maple whilst also providing the warm thick tone simular to that of Rosewood. It really is the best of both worlds!
Another great feature is the new C Class bracing, taking the functional benefits of V Class, C Class bracing refers to the cantilevered, asymmetrical, design which combines flexibility and rigidity in a way that helps push the lower end, a great feature on a smaller bodied guitar.
The Crelicam Ebony fingerboard looks superb and sits upon a comfortable and easy to navigate Mahogany neck. The scale length is 24.125", slightly longer than a GS Mini but slightly shorter than a Grand Concert. It's comfortable, well balanced and easy underhand.
Loaded with Taylor's revered Expression System 2, it utilises behind the saddle placement to offer a completely transparent tone capture, just what you want for a tonal juggernaut like this!