Is the Taylor GS Mini a good guitar for beginners?

Is the Taylor GS Mini a good guitar for beginners?

The GS Mini is a good beginner acoustic guitar. The mahogany model makes our list of the best acoustic guitars under $500. Let’s get into what makes this guitar so great.

What does the GS stand for in Taylor GS Mini?

Grand Symphony
Inspired by the big, bold sound of Taylor’s Grand Symphony, the GS Mini scales things down without skimping on sound. The guitar manages to pack a ton of tone into a comfortable, travel-and couch-friendly guitar that’s full-voiced and incredibly fun to play.

Does the Taylor GS Mini Sound good?

Sounds. Rather like a good parlour-size guitar, the GS Mini outputs a sound that belies its compactness. For sure, it’s light in the bass department compared to a big and belting Martin dreadnought but it doesn’t sound lacking, in that its voice is both appealing and very musical.

What guitars are similar to a Taylor GS Mini?

Martin Little Martin LX1 And, like Taylor, they have a high-quality but affordable entry into the mini guitar market. In this case we’re looking at the Little Martin, a small-bodied guitar with a solid Sitka Spruce top, Mahogany pattern HPL back and sides, rust Stratabond neck, and a Richlite bridge and fingerboard.

Where is GS Mini made?

Apart from the many physical differences, the 200 series Taylor’s and lower (meaning the GS Mini’s and Academy Series) are built in their Tecate Factory in Mexico while the 300 series and higher are built in the El Cajon factory that’s just 40 miles north above the border.

Is Taylor GS Mini small?

Meet the Taylor GS Mini, one of the world’s most popular acoustic guitars: a smaller body and a compact feel with a big, bold tone that punches far above its size.

Does Ed Sheeran play a small guitar?

Why is Ed Sheeran’s Guitar So Small? Ed Sheeran’s guitars are so small because he prefers the feel and sound of 3/4 size guitars compared to full-size guitars. The smaller body creates a different type of guitar tone which suits Ed Sheeran’s style of music.