LOOK at this crazy gorgeous Taylor Custom GS Baritone Torrefied Sitka Spruce & Figured California Laurelwood. All the woods for this exquisite build were hand selected by Granville and Matt with the help of Andy Powers, during their trip to Taylor Guitars back in November 2022. The Sitka Spruce top provides excellent responsiveness and resonance. The Laurelwood is a beautiful and toneful back and side material. Lending a warm and mature tone, not often found in your usual Taylor offerings. Other specifications include:

  • Custom GS - Baritone
  • 6 Strings
  • 27" Scale length
  • Venetian Cutaway
  • Hand Selected Figured Laurelwood Back/Sides
  • Hand Selected Torrefied Sitka Spruce Top
  • Sitka Spruce Baritone V Class Bracing
  • Celtic Abalone/MOP Fingerboard Inlay
  • Ebony Peghead Veneer
  • Celtic Abalone/MOP Peghead Inlay
  • Figured Maple Binding
  • Abalone, Paua Single Ring Rosette, Bound Soundhole
  • Taylor Paua Headstock Logo
  • Gotoh 510 Antique Chrome Tuners
  • 27" Scale Length
  • 1 3/4" Nut Width
  • Ebony Fingerboard & Bridge
  • Mahogany Neck - Standard Carve
  • ES-2 Electronics
  • Gloss Finish Top, Back & Sides
  • Satin Finish Neck
  • Hard Case
  • 5 lbs 4 oz
  • #1208113124

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  • Custom GS Baritone - Torrefied Sitka Spruce/Laurelwood
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Eddie's Guitars

Saint Louis, MO, United States
Joined Reverb:2013

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