STP180NT Parlor Teton Guitar

STP180NT

Teton Guitars STP180NT Parlor

Special Features

Solid Top Wood:
Sitka Spruce
Nut/Saddle:
Bone
Soundhole Rosette:
Abalone 3 Ring
Gear Ratio:
19:1
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Overview

  • Acoustic Guitar

  • Parlor

Specs

Limited Lifetime Warranty

BODY

Body Shape:
Parlor
Top Wood (solid):
Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides:
Ebony Laminate

NECK

Neck Material:
Mahogany
Neck Finish:
Gloss
Neck Joint:
Dovetail
Fretboard:
Rosewood
Fretboard Inlay:
Pearl Dot
# of Frets:
18
Fret Size:
Medium
Nut Width:
44mm/1 3/4″

DIMENSIONS

Upper Bout Width:
248mm/9 3/4″
Lower Bout Width:
359mm/14 1/8″
Body Depth – Upper Bout:
95mm/3 3/4″
Body Depth – Lower Bout:
102mm/4″
Body Length:
498mm/19 5/8″
Scale Length:
610mm/24″
Overall Length:
978mm/38 1/2″

OTHER

Binding:
Mahogany
Purfling:
Mahogany, Maple and Rosewood
Bridge:
Rosewood
Body Finish:
Gloss
Nut, Saddle:
Bone
Soundhole Rosette:
Abalone 3 Ring
Bridge Pin:
Black w/ Abalone Dot
Hardware Color:
Chrome w/ Black Button
Strings:
D’Addario EXP16 12-53
MSRP:
$599.99 (USD)

TOP WOOD

Sitka Spruce
Sitka Spruce

Sitka Spruce is the most well-rounded tone wood and is used on more guitar tops than any other wood. This is due to the tonal qualities and sonic projection of spruce. It has a nice even tone and does not accentuate any frequency above another in an overpowering way. Spruce also has a strong attack and does not get muddy at high volumes. This makes it a very versatile wood and makes those players with soft touches sound great and people playing with other instruments cut through the mix.

BODY SHAPE

Parlor
Parlor

At first glance, our parlor guitars look and feel very traditional. However, once you hear this guitar, you will hear a sound that transcends the typical parlor guitar. We do have elements that made parlor guitars one of the most popular models in the early 1900s: the slotted headstock and the 12th fret neck attachment. That said, we have redesigned bracing patterns and top thickness to help the Teton parlors have a unique sound. While retaining some of the “boxy” qualities of early parlor guitars, the Tetons provide rich overtones and a broader frequency of tones, allowing the sound to be full and much louder than you would expect.

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