Traditionally, nylon stringed classical guitars featured neck joints at the 12th fret. But, with the emergence of the concert model. neck joint was moved to the 14th fret and steel stringed acoustics manufacturers adopted 14th fret as their standard for the placement of the neck joint. Steel stringers with 12th fret joint are rare, but do exist. Taylor produces quite a few and this Specialty 12-Fret is one of them. It features grand concert body with single cutaway and Taylor electronics. Bridge section is a standard one, featuring ebony bridge. Neck is made of mahogany and it features a 18-fret ebony fingerboard on top. Scale length measures at 24-7/8" in length and the tuners are gold-plated Taylors. This model is available in natural color with high gloss finish.
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