NGD - Taylor GS Mini

Ag_Nathus

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...the guitar I didn't even know I needed, until I needed it! Found a "used" one on Reverb, so "used" it still had the pickguard plastic on it! While it isn't as full sounding as my big-boy Taylor, the size and laminate body ensures that I can leave it out and take it around with much less worry about damage or humidity issues. The built in pickup system and pleasing sound make it fun to play and great for open mic nights or if your set calls for an occasional acoustic part. Great gig-bag, too! I guess the only drawback is the short scale length and narrow nut do require some "plying in" to get the feel for it. Other than that, a fantastic little addition to the herd...

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I put a set of D'Addario Phosphor Bronze EJ17 Medium .013 - .056 on the one I have and it sounds incredible with those strings on it. They make it sound much bigger than it is.
 

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I enjoy mine, it’s a hog top. These things are awesome. Congratulations.
 

mgenet

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Congrats on the Mini GS Ag. They have decent sound seem to be
well built.

Yeah, got two GS Minis and they are wonderful to play.

Bought one (Sitka Spruce) used and it was set up real nice.
Then was able to get one (Mahogany) for $99.00 during that Buy One
Taylor (300 series or higher) and get a Mini GS for $99.00 sale.
 

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