The company produced guitars as well as keyboard instruments, microphones, amplifiers and even drums. Teisco products were widely exported to the United States and the United Kingdom.
- () OUTPUT, Player Magazine Mooks, Tokyo: Player Corporation ID:09818-1-20
- () 60's Bizarre Guitars, Guitar Magazine mooks / Rittor Music mook, Tokyo: Rittor Music, Inc ID:4-69771-02, OCLC 269873814, ASIN B0064YESZO
— The history described on this book is widely referred (ex. Teisco catalog 1974/05., etc), but this book has been already discontinued.
- Meyers, Frank. () History of Japanese Electric Guitars, invalid ID: Centerstream Publications ISBN: 978-1-57424-315-4.
- Teisco Twanger's Paradise, a site for Teisco collectors
- Models and Catalogs
- Teisco timeline by Mark Cole
- VintAxe.com, features pictures and descriptions of Vintage Teisco Guitars. Must pay for access.
- Teisco catalog 1964-1965, Nihon Onpa Kōgyō, Co. (日本音波工業)
- Teisco catalog 1965 by Yamaha Corporation
- Teisco catalog 1965-66, Teisco Co.
- Teisco catalog 1966, p. 1, 2–3, Teisco Co.
- Teisco catalog 1967, Teisco Shōji, Co. (テスコ商事)
- Teisco catalog 1968 (publisher unknown)
- New Sounds In Music - Solid State Effect Guitars (late 1960s), Teisco Shōji, Co. (テスコ商事)
- Teisco catalog 1974/05, Kawai/Teisco
- Teisco catalog 1980, Kawai/Teisco
- Teisco catalog 1982, Kawai/Teisco
- Wright, Michael. "Teisco Guitars, Part I - Rock 'n' Roll Dreams, Part I". Vintage Guitar.
- Wright, Michael. "Teisco Guitars, Part II - Rock 'n' Roll Dreams, Part II". Vintage Guitar.
- Wright, Michael. "1968 Teisco May Queen - Perennial Classic, Made in Japan". Vintage Guitar (July 2003).
- Wright, Michael. "Spectrum 5". Vintage Guitar.
- Moseley, Willie G.. "Teisco Del Rey Basses - ’60s Egalitarianism from Japan". Vintage Guitar (October 2014).
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