Parlor guitars feature the smallest of the standard bodies in current production. This, however, excludes ukuleles and mandolins. This shape rose to prominence in the 19th century and it reigned the scene of steel-stringers until jumbo and dreadnought came along in the early 20th century. For their 35th anniversary Taylor Guitars decided to build one parlor guitar, among others and gave it one awesome specs sheet. Rosewood back and sides on this non-cutaway guitar are matched with spruce top. Glossy natural color is the only option available. Hardware is gold-plated. Bridge is a standard one and made of ebony. Neck on this parlor is made of mahogany and it is topped with an ebony fingerboard. Fingerboard is fit with 18 frets, 15" radius and 1.75" wide TUSQ nut.
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