STS105NT

Teton Guitars STS105NT Dreadnought

Special Features

Solid Top Wood:
Western Red Cedar
Nut/Saddle:
Bone
Soundhole Rosette:
Mahogany w/ Maple

Overview

  • Acoustic Guitar

  • Dreadnought

Specs

Limited Lifetime Warranty

BODY

Body Shape:
Dreadnought
Top Wood (solid):
Western Red Cedar
Back & Sides:
Mahogany Laminate

NECK

Neck Material:
Mahogany
Neck Finish:
Satin
Neck Joint:
Dovetail
Fretboard:
Rosewood
Fretboard Inlay:
Pearl Dot
# of Frets:
21
Fret Size:
Medium
Nut Width:
43mm/1 11/16″

DIMENSIONS

Upper Bout Width:
294mm/11 9/16″
Lower Bout Width:
391mm/15 3/8″
Body Depth – Upper Bout:
106mm/4 3/16″
Body Depth – Lower Bout:
119mm/4 11/16″
Body Length:
508mm/20″
Scale Length:
648mm/25.5″
Overall Length:
1041mm/41″

OTHER

Binding:
Maple
Purfling:
Rosewood/Maple/Rosewood
Bridge:
Rosewood
Body Finish:
Satin
Nut, Saddle:
Bone
Soundhole Rosette:
Mahogany w/ Maple
Bridge Pin:
White w/ Black Dot
Hardware Color:
Chrome
Strings:
D’Addario EXP16 12-53
MSRP:
$399.99 (USD)

TOP WOOD

Western Red Cedar
Western Red Cedar

Western Red Cedar is a softer wood that has great warmth. Because of the warmth of cedar, it pairs very well with the human voice and is great for singer/songwriters. Cedar naturally amplifies quieter playing styles and is a favorite of fingerpickers.

BODY SHAPE

Dreadnought
Dreadnought

The dreadnought body shape has been the most popular shape for decades now for a number of reasons. First, it has a nice balance between low, mid and high frequencies. Where some body shapes scoop the mid range, a dreadnought will bring the mid range up. This is important when playing with a group of instruments. The mid range of a guitar will stand out. Because of the tonal balance of a dreadnought, the sound does not get muddy and will be very articulate even when a player is a more aggressive picker.

As I was in the music store waiting for them to special order my first guitar, a Teton STA150CENT-AR, because they didn’t carry one in the store, I picked up a STS105NT to pick around on. WOW! When I was told I would know the guitar I had to have when I played it and heard it, I had no idea what that really meant…this guitar sang to me! I wasn’t even sure how playing the guitar would pan out for me at the time and was in the middle of the purchase of a more upscale model but I knew I had to have this guitar! So, I now own 2 Tetons! That was 9 months ago and I believe that having this guitar (and the Auditorium) have helped to keep me inspired to learn and play guitar. The sound of the STS105NT is different than my STA150CENT-AR and very intimate and warm by comparison. I have played it while camping twice and have actually put more time on this guitar. The sound is incredible and I usually practice longer than intended when I’m playing this guitar. I do love both and hats off to Teton for their guitars!

-Jeremy Casner

I first got the desire to play guitar back in high school. I lived in a VERY small town outside of Jackson Hole, WY, near the Grand Teton mountain range. I traveled down to Salt Lake City to go to a music store and purchase my first guitar. I bought a little cheapy one to start off with. About a year later, I went back to that SLC music store and traded in for my STS105NT. The guy at the store said it was his favorite out of ALL the guitars they had, so I trusted him and got it. 8 years later, I am still playing this guitar and everyone who hears it/picks it up/plays it says that it is the most beautiful, rich sounding guitar they’ve ever heard. I’ve been begged to sell it, but I never will. This guitar really is something else. I will never stop bragging about it or hiding its beauty. I’m currently in the market for a guitar with a pickup, but I know nothing will compare to my STS105NT.

-Valerie

This is my first guitar and it is awesome! I just finished Basic Guitar in high school and am now taking lessons from a member of “Bald Mountain Rounders” band. Tonight is open mic at a local coffee house and I’m going to play. The guitar has a beautiful sound and so wonderful to play.

-Seth O’Rourke