STS130FMGHB

Teton Guitars STS130FMGHB Dreadnought

Special Features

Top Wood:
Solid Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides:
Layered Flame Maple
Body Shape:
Dreadnought
Soundhole Rosette:
Abalone Ring

Overview

  • Acoustic Guitar – 2019 Model

  • Dreadnought

Specs

Limited Lifetime Warranty

BODY

Body Shape:
Dreadnought
Top Wood (solid):
Solid Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides:
Layered Flame Maple
Top Finish:
Gloss – Golden Honey Burst
Binding:
Mahogany
Purfling:
Maple/Walnut
Soundhole Rosette:
Abalone Ring

NECK

Fingerboard Material:
Indian Laurel Wood
Fretboard Inlay:
Mother of Pearl Dot
Neck Material:
Mahogany
Nut Width:
43 mm
Headstock Cap:
Flame Maple
# of Frets:
21
Fret Size:
Medium

DIMENSIONS

Upper Bout Width:
11 1/2″
Body Length:
20″
Overall Length:
41 1/2″

OTHER

MSRP:
$652 (USD)

Hi Everyone
Just bought this beautiful guitar yesterday. Very impressed with rich sound and quality woods used to make it. Hadn’t played in years, so have to do some work to get my “finger playin’ ” back. I learned on my Daddy’s old Gibson way back when I was a teenager and had it for a long time . It was a pre war dreadnaught he got for $25 at a bar in Knoxville, Tennessee in the 40’s, from a fellow who needed the money. I saw a picture of Johnny Cash playing one just like it in his early years. Pretty cool. Anyway I am just an old Hippie gal with a houseful of instruments but needed to make some old fashioned music like I used to and this will be cherished and played often, I have been writing some songs again and look forward to making music on the back porch with my friends, singing the old songs too. My Scots-Irish heritage is one of making music and we moved to the Cumberland Plateau where music is king, many local artists move on from here to Nashville to seek fame and fortune. Me, I just want to sing and play like I used to, while breezes blow gently and the gentle sounds echo down the valley to join the ones that came before so long ago.
The music I make flows over the lake, leaving ripples that time only knows, the legacy long of the old fashioned song leaves its mark on the heart of the hearer.
Take Care,
Linda Emerson

-LINDA EMERSON