If you're looking to add some tonal variety this slightly used Taylor baritone will give you lots of options. Note that it has 8 strings, and that the 3rd and 4th strings are strung with a high octave pair (like on a 12-string guitar). This gives the typically low baritone sound a nice chimey tone, but of course you don't have to use those additional high strings if you choose not to. It's easy to remove just those two strings and you have a standard 6-string baritone (those added octave strings are a very light gauge, and don't add enough tension that removing them will require tweaking the truss rod). In nearly perfect condition, this is a great way to find out if a baritone guitar will work for you , and the ES2 pickup system gives you even more options in how you use it. Great way to add a new sound to your recordings without learning a completely different instrument.