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Small Bodies, Big Appeal | Taylor Guitars
 
Four Taylor artists discuss their preference for Grand Theaters and other small-body models.
November 24, 2021

Even since releasing its original Grand Concert model in 1984, Taylor Guitars has been a force when it comes to small-body guitars. Last year’s release of the Grand Theater (GT) model has invigorated the company’s emphasis on smaller instruments, and in this video, four Taylor artistsĀ  (Sam Yun, Daniel Fraise, Cameron Griffin, and Francisca Valenzuela) discuss how they use their small-body Taylors on stage and in the studio.

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