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New Taylor Swift Signature Guitar

Taylor Swift now has her own signature model guitar to be built and distributed by Taylor Guitars, the renowned acoustic and electric guitar company founded in 1974.

She joins Leo Kottke, Doyle Dykes and Dan Crary as artists who have a signature model built by the company. The Taylor Swift Baby Taylor guitar is based on the best-selling Baby Taylor guitar and is ideal for both promising players and accomplished pickers.

Taylor Swift Signature Acoustic GuitarAt three-quarters the size of a standard dreadnought, with a slim 1 11/16-inch neck and a comfortably compact shape, the guitar is just right for both the littlest player’s hands and anyone who likes to pick up and play on the go.

The top of the special-edition instrument is decorated with a screen-printed rosette design and the word “love” three times within a vine motif.

It also includes the title of her latest album, Fearless, and her signature near the bridge.

“For a beginner, finding the right guitar can be intimidating, but this guitar, it’s the perfect size,” she said. “Even if you’ve been playing for years, it’s a great size to travel with.”

The guitar’s list price is $398, but it is expected to be sold for around $299 when it becomes available later this month.

5 replies on “New Taylor Swift Signature Guitar”

Awesome, I don’t really like her music, just not my thing but it looks like a nice guitar and my daughter would go crazy over it because she’s a huge Taylor Swift fan. Hmm, pretty pricey Christmas present but it might just have to be the big gift. If anyone else is looking at small 3/4 guitars for children or travel guitars I put together a list that keeps growing with the more submissions I get. You can head over to Best Travel Guitars to see it.

Not a big fan of Taylor Swift, but really excited about the guitar though. Very affordable guitar for the name. Ive never played a Taylor guitar and not liked the quality of it!

I had a closer look at the fretboard, and it’s skrewed in! Won’t that hinder the natural sound of an acoustic, or is there no other way because the fretboard is so small?

I have seen this guitar and Nic is right. The fretboard is screwed to the body right through the top with what looks like phillips drywall screws. I have not seen this before and it does not look quality, it looks like a plastic toy.