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- "Ahh... Yes, I remember now; The scary looking bloke with the dreadlocks and a guitar. Unfortunate you missed him... He was escorted by some Navy lads. Quite the scene..."
- ―Bronze John to a pirate
It is unknown when the guitar was made, but it was known that Teague obtained this instrument at some point before the late 1720s. He became quite good at playing it on occasions. Captain Teague would keep this guitar in his cabin aboard the Troubadour.
The same day when he condemned Christophe-Julien de Rapièr and his men to hang for being part of the rogue pirate fleet, Teague came to the Troubadour to take some rest. When he entered the cabin, he took the guitar and began to play a melody, singing the haunting ballad of lost love, unaware that his son Jack Sparrow and his friend Esmeralda were hidden in the pantry in the same cabin, shamelessly touching each other.
More than fifteen years later, Captain Teague played a tune on his guitar while the assembled Pirate Lords of the Fourth Brethren Court were voting for a new Pirate King. After Jack Sparrow asked the Pirate Lords if they didn't want to keep to the Code, Teague incidentally broke one of his guitar strings.
- The Price of Freedom
- Pirates of the Caribbean Online (Mentioned only)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (First appearance)