Triggs New Yorker Archtop Bass (2002)

sku: 55U-204195
Jim Triggs is known for making fine instruments, and here's an unusual example. This New Yorker archtop bass has a majestic 18-1/4" double bound cutaway body with a carved spruce top, nice looking maple sides and carved back, and a maple neck, all in a sunburst finish. The ebony fingerboard has split block inlays. It’s equipped with a K&K pickup. This instrument is in excellent-minus condition  More Details...

  • 18-1/4" double bound body
  • Carved spruce top
  • Bound f-holes
  • Nice looking maple sides and (carved) back
  • 18 fret 6 (six) string maple neck
  • Bound ebony fretboard
  • Split block inlays
  • 24 frets, adjustable ebony bridge
  • Ebony tailpiece
  • Bound ebony pickguard
  • Bound headstock features overlay with logo and "New Yorker" inlays
  • Modern tuners
  • Gold hardware
  • K&K pickup
  • 2-1/4" nut
  • 36" scale
  • Hardshell case
  • EC- (very clean, some light weather checking)
  • Consignment