STS205CENT Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar
The STS205 cedar top acoustic
- Features a solid cedar top that adds an increase to the low end and an initial volume boost
- Solid mahogany back and sides bring out the midrange and enhance the overall tone
- Mahogany neck and a rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- Rosewood Binding
- Fishman Presys+ preamp with a Fishman Sonicore pickup recreates the natural acoustic sound when amplified and has brilliance control and a notch filter
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|Body Shape:||Dreadnought||Neck Material:||Mahogany|
|Back and Sides:||Mahogany||Finish:||Matte|
|Binding:||Rosewood||Number of Frets:||20|
|Upper Bout:||292mm||Soundhole Rosette:||Wood|
|Body Depth:||122mm||Machine Head Type:||Chrome|
|Body Length:||507mm||Electronics:||Fishman PRESYS+|
|Overall Length:||1045mm||Headstock Overlay:||Rosewood|
Great Feedback Teton Cedar Top Acoustic/Electric
This guitar has had great response at open mics and from friends I jam with.
The looks are great and the sound is better. I always have trouble getting it back out of other peoples hands.
Toms guitars in Medford Oregon was an excellent representative of \"Teton\'s\" product line. They let me play everything on the shelf with no pressure. The guitar sold itself and I was prepared to throw down more for the other name brands to find the fulfilling depth that the cedar offers.
I purchased the guitar quite a distance from my hometown and never have returned to the shop. This guitar was not represented in the guitar center in my area and I was pleased to support a small local vendor in Medford.
It has now become my 17 year old boy\'s obsession....much appreciated that the Teton guitar has more appeal than the digital world.
Now comes the unfortunate portion of the story...
I was under the impression that the Fishman pick-up was a good way to go. The sound was great and the tuner was convenient.
My first problem came within a month of purchasing the guitar in 8/2012 which was when the power switch on the mechanism didn\'t turn off thus requiring the battery to need to be removed to avoid draining down. Always a bit of a hassle as the battery always seemed to get left in and die.
The second problem with it was when the clip that held the rotation of the lid/battery access broke it started flopping open/closed.
Now the wires in the harness have popped out and it doesn\'t work.
I called Toms guitars today and they pointed out it had a (2) year warranty.
I had not realized this and take full responsibility for not asking for a replacement. I understand from \"Tom\'s Guitar Shop\" that Teton has excellent customer service.
Response: Mr Brown has been contacted about the electronics.