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Teton Guitars Launches the 180 Ebony Autumn Burst

Teton Guitars Launches the 180 Ebony Autumn Burst

Bringing new color to the crowd pleasing 180 line at Teton Guitars, the Autumn Burst is a bold new take on how acoustic guitars should look and sound. Hand crafted with a solid Sitka Spruce top, ebony back and sides, flame maple features, and an arm-rest, this auditorium size guitar challenges the status quo. Independent musicians can now get the professional sound they deserve at prices they can afford.


Features

-Auditorium size body for big sound and eye pleasing curves

-Flame Maple arm-rest to keep musicians comfortable through long sets

-Fishman's Flex electronic system creating crystal clear true tone

-Flame Maple Autumn Burst headcap

-Full scale (25.5") guitar over an Indian Laurel Wood fretboard for improved tone.

The 180 Ebony Autumn Burst will land in retailers in September 2021 at a MSRP of $979.00 and street pricing of $779.00. Additional information can be found at TetonGuitars.com.

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