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Small Guitar Showcase


Why Play A Small Guitar?

     The small guitar has grown tremendously in popularity in recent years. It seems every day we hear from people who want smaller guitars than what they have. Why is that? Well smaller guitars are more comfortable to hold, easier to transport, and the short scale length means the strings are easier to push down. They might not be as loud as a big ol' guitar but their tone can be clear and crisp.


Baby Taylor and Little Martin Guitars

Our smallest steel string offerings. These are guitars that are great for kids, travel, or for a smaller framed adult.

Taylor BT2 Baby Taylor
with gig bag

The perfect guitar for the little musician or travelling adult.

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Martin LX1 or LX1E Little Martin
$349.00 - $439.00
with gig bag

Small and sonically pleasing. With or without Fishman pickups.

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Junior Guitars - A Little Bit Bigger

A small take on the world's most popular guitar shape.

Martin D JR E
with Martin gig bag

Little Dready. A shrunk down version of the most popular guitar shape of all time that features all solid woods and a built in pickup.

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Parlor Size Guitars - Getting Bigger Still

The Parlor is back in style. Can you believe that this would have been considered a large guitar in the early 20th century?

Breedlove Frontier Parlor E
with hardshell case

Breedlove's smallest full scale guitar. All mahogany. Supremely comfortable and great sounding too.

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00 (Double 0, Or Even, Double Ought) - Workin' On Up In Size

Comfortable for the couch yet with more bass than their smaller friends.

Martin 00X1AE

Small 14 fret 00 body. Solid Sitka Spruce Top with durable HPL back and sides. Built in Fishman pickup.

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Collings Waterloo
WL-14XTR "Boot Burst"

with hardshell case

Boot burst bot burst boot burst. Say that three times fast.

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Collings Waterloo WL-K
with hardshell case

12-fret throwback with a slight vintage sunburst.

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Triple OOO / OM / Grand Concert - Bigger Still

Big enough to be heard over a crowd but small enough to sit with for hours.
A fingerstyle player's dream size.

Taylor A12e
with gig bag

Solid spruce top, archback, Taylor electronics, and gig bag. Wow!

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Martin OM-21
with hardshell case

The slightly longer scale of an OM makes for a little more volume than the shorter scale 000 counterpart.

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T5z Classic DLX Sonic Blue Limited Edition

The Taylor T5z is a smaller take on the innovative Taylor T5 body size. The increased radius and smaller body are more akin to the feel of an electric guitar yet the 5 way selector switch allows you to change the tone from acoustic to electric and three blends in between.

T5z Classic DLX Sonic Blue
with hardshell case

Now available in limited edition Sonic Blue color.

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