The Taylor Days Spring Sales Event Is Here
This spring Taylor Guitars is rolling out a promotion that will be music to your ears.
During our Taylor Days Spring Sales Event, from now through to May the 3rd, 2020 you can add an acoustic Baby Taylor guitar to the purchase of other select Taylor models. Offered through participating Taylor dealers in Europe, the promotion gives you a great opportunity to expand your musical toolkit plus get a smoking deal on a second Taylor guitar. It’s a promotion unlike any we’ve ever offered before.
Buy any guitar from the Taylor 300 Series and above and get an acoustic Baby Taylor FREE
Have you been eyeballing that new solid wood beauty over the last few months? Maybe you’ve had our award-winning Grand Pacific round-shoulder dreadnoughts or some other new Builder’s Edition guitar on your wish list. Maybe there’s another V-Class model in the Taylor line that’s calling out to you. Choose any guitar from the 300 Series and up — which includes custom, limited edition and T5z models — and an acoustic Baby Taylor is yours for free.
If you’ve been thinking about picking up a Baby Taylor for the family, it’s a great opportunity. Adding one to your toolkit gives you more than just one of the world’s most popular practice guitars for all ages or a starter guitar for young kids. Its voice adds unique sonic character to a mix, especially when capoed or high-strung (a.k.a. Nashville tuning).
Here are the eligible Baby Taylor models:
- BT1 (spruce top)
- BT2 (mahogany top)
- TSBT (Taylor Swift signature model)
Many music retailers are currently offering attractive financing options that further sweeten this deal. Be sure to inquire with your preferred authorized Taylor dealer. For additional tips on how financing can work for you, see our article on financing a guitar purchase. To find the Taylor retailer nearest you, see our Dealer Locator tool.
For additional details on the promotion, visit our Taylor Days Spring Sales Event page.
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