Little Martin Koa LXK2

If the premium priced parlor guitars from Martin are out of reach, check out this affordable and compact short scale guitar from Martin, featuring durable and great looking HPL Koa top, back and sides.

Taylor Swift Baby Taylor

This is a miniaturized dreadnought with parlor style 3/4 scale and Taylor Swift cosmetics. What makes it interesting is how Taylor Guitars were able to utilize affordable wood, and build a guitar with the same quality standards as their premium instruments.

Cordoba C9 Parlor SP

Cordoba is known for their wide selection of nylon string guitars, and as expected their line up includes nylon string parlor guitar models.

Cordoba C9 Parlor

Fender Paramount PM-2 Standard Parlor

Fender challenges the mid-price guitar market with new acoustic-electric models, and one of their new products is the Paramount PM-2 Standard Parlor, which is an all solid wood parlor guitar with built-in pickup and electronics.

Takamine GY93E

Known for being one of the forerunners of the acoustic-electric guitar, Takamine still has a soft spot for classic designs, as evidenced by their parlor guitar models. The result of this new and old combination is the acoustic-electric parlor guitar GY93E New Yorker.

Art & Lutherie Roadhouse Parlor

Contrasting Godin’s esoteric guitar designs, their sub-brand Art & Lutherie focuses on classic guitar designs. To be specific, this sub-brand offers guitars with traditional looks and specs, while still benefiting from Godin’s modern building and production experience. Thankfully, within this line is a parlor guitar model called Roadhouse, that combines the old school vibe of parlor guitars with modern reliability, playability and built-in electronics.

Collings C10

Collings’ reputation as a boutique guitar builder is ever growing, thanks to the many satisfied guitarists who put their premium handcrafted Collings guitar to good use. The Collings C10 exemplifies their attention to detail and premium quality in a compact parlor guitar format.

Taylor GS Mini-e Mahogany

Taylor built their brand on distinct looking acoustics, they are not one to simply copy a shape or follow convention. This is probably the reason why the GS Mini is substantially different from traditional parlor guitars that are available in the market, with its distinct shape that is based on their own Grand Symphony body design, only smaller.