My wife gave me a Taylor T5-C for Christmas. I've wanted a T5 since they came out, but was reluctant to spend the $$$ and couldn't figure out how to get the "jazz" sound I wanted. Got a great deal on the ax from Ken Tobias at Tobias Music in Downers Grove, IL; and I'm starting to figure out how to get the tones I want.
Anyway, my wife saw a Baby Taylor in Ken's store. She played folk guitar in a church group back in the middle '60s. The guitar disappeared and her hands couldn't negotiate the neck on standard guitars, but the Baby Taylor was different. I ended up getting her a Baby Taylor (and luggage; no message implied).
Now she's relearning guitar (she's a professional musician on sax and piano), and we play along together. She's doing wonders for my time (when I play alone, I "feel" the pulse; can't do that with another player and can't cheat like you can with a play-along). I'm surprised that she has trouble with chords like the C and the partial F in the first position; she is playing mostly D-E-A chord songs.
She also complains about my singing (justified). So does anyone have some tips to at least sing close to pitch?