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Taylor Guitars and American Girl debut life-size Tenney Grant guitar

Taylor Guitars and American Girl have teamed up to develop a life-size Taylor GS Mini acoustic guitar based on American Girl’s character, Tenney Grant.

To support the project and musical development in your girls and boys, Taylor Guitars will donate $100 for every American Girl GS Mini guitar sold to charity partner, Notes for Notes.

Kids will get the chance to play their own tunes with the American Girl GS Mini acoustic guitar, which features custom-decorated artwork.

"Music is powerful, especially in the lives and development of young boys and girls, so we were excited at the opportunity to partner with American Girl to encourage young girls to pick up a guitar," said Tim O’Brien, VP of marketing at Taylor Guitars.

"The program has also given us an opportunity to contribute to our non-profit charity partner Notes for Notes, an organisation that plays a critical role in providing impactful music education experiences inside boys and girls clubs and after-school centres across the country."

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