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Date: 1542328515

Duration: 00:02:26

Taylor Guitars Product Specialist Marc Seal talks acoustic guitar cutaways, describing their purpose and how they affect the feel of the guitar. Depending on your style, you might prefer one over the other, and if you’re a player who loves to move all around the fretboard, a cutaway guitar might be for you. Head to TaylorGuitars.com for more videos and guitar shopping tips.


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