Teton Guitars is setting the new standard for the industry; the standard series is everything you want out of a guitar with no compromises.

 

100 SPRUCE

Solid Sitka Spruce tops, mahogany back and sides, different finish options and features. Beautifully balanced sound that sounds good in any style.

103 MAHOGANY

Solid Mahogany tops, mahogany back and sides, natural open-pore finishes, multiple feature options. Warm drinkable tone, and addictive playability.

105 CEDAR

Solid Western Red Cedar tops, mahogany back and sides, natural finishes, multiple feature options. The tone king of melodic lines, balanced by the back and sides for all around playing.

Teton Guitars is setting the new standard for the industry; the standard series is everything you want out of a guitar with no compromises.

 

100 SPRUCE

Solid Sitka Spruce tops, mahogany back and sides, different finish options and features. Beautifully balanced sound that sounds good in any style.

103 MAHOGANY

Solid Mahogany tops, mahogany back and sides, natural open-pore finishes, multiple feature options. Warm drinkable tone, and addictive playability.

105 CEDAR

Solid Western Red Cedar tops, mahogany back and sides, natural finishes, multiple feature options. The tone king of melodic lines, balanced by the back and sides for all around playing.

TETON ARIST: SEBASTIAN LANE

“We had just begun our tour with Hootie & the Blowfish and the Barenaked Ladies and I was warming up with the artist I was playing lead guitar for named Jocelyn.

As I heard her strum the Teton, I was overcome by its bright, clean, and full tone, something I have always been looking for. I asked to play it and from there I was sold.

The feel of the neck was very comfortable, it played very easily and quick which is something I like as both a rhythm and lead guitarist. Over the course of the tour I continued to play the Teton, jamming with Darius Rucker and other members of Hootie and the Blowfish who also complemented the tone of the instrument.”

 

TETON ARTIST: SEBASTIAN
LANE

“We had just begun our tour with Hootie & the Blowfish and the Barenaked Ladies and I was warming up with the artist I was playing lead guitar for named Jocelyn.

As I heard her strum the Teton, I was overcome by its bright, clean, and full tone, something I have always been looking for. I asked to play it and from there I was sold.

The feel of the neck was very comfortable, it played very easily and quick which is something I like as both a rhythm and lead guitarist. Over the course of the tour I continued to play the Teton, jamming with Darius Rucker and other members of Hootie and the Blowfish who also complemented the tone of the instrument.”