Triggs New Yorker (1999)
A fine example of Jim Triggs’ early work, this New Yorker archtop from 1999 features a 17” single cutaway body with a thin 2-¾” depth. Attractive appointments include a snazzy Triggs stairstep tailpiece, split block inlays, New Yorker skyscraper inlays, and gold hardware. Hard case included. This instrument is in excellent condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
- Cherry sunburst finish
- 17" single cutaway body
- laminated (arched) spruce top
- laminated maple sides and (arched) back
- bound ebony fretboard with split block inlays
- stairstep tailpiece
- adjustable ebony bridge
- headstock overlay with logo and skyscraper inlays
- Grover tuners (Imperial buttons)
- gold hardware
- hard case
- sn 04990240