Jim Triggs hand-built archtop guitar, totally unique in very good condition. Cool looking instrument, maple body rosewood fingerboard. GOLD HARDWARE,  which did not show up in the photo. Nice sounding archtop guitar. It does have some checking and finish wear on the bottom of the guitar which I tried to show in the pictures. Also has some discoloration near the headstock from hanging on a wall. Hand-signed by Jim Triggs and his son.

The COLOR is a bright surf green, best illustrated by the FIRST & SECOND PHOTO. 

Scale Length 25″ (635mm) same as PRS and my Jazzmaster guitars

Nut Width: 1 11/16”

Frets: 6130- .106” x .036” Medium Jumbo

Neck Radius: I believe it is 12” radius

Body Length: 19”

Width across the upper bout: 12"

Width across the lower bout: 16"

Depth at the rim? 2.75" 

FretBoard Width at 12th fret: 2 1/8”

How much does it weigh? 6lbs
Is the top arched or flat (can't tell from photos)? It has a carved top It is solid wood and NOT laminated.

The pick up is a Seymour Duncan, I think it is an SH-1 N

Neck carve: the neck is a medium “C” carve that is neither thick nor thin.

It comes with a CEDAR CREEK heavy-duty case.

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Listed9 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Archtop Odyssey
  • Green
  • 2008
Made In
  • United States
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String

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