Probably the nicest one you'll ever see, 1946 Epiphone Triumph in overall near mint condition with it's original hard shell case in similar condition. Even the original frets look virtually new. Beautiful nitrocellulose repro pick guard by Bill Cunniff. There is a small area below the 'guard that's slightly discolored from some sort of spill -The finish there has been stabilized. The tailpiece has been repaired in the usual spot.Plays and sounds great of course.

Guitar Exchange

Guitar Exchange

Near Mint
Original Hard
10 Year Member
Guitar Exchange
Bruce Sandler
Baltimore, MD
10:39 PM
circa 12 to 6 Monday thru Saturday, best to call.

We accept all major credit cards, as well as all of the other usual methods; cash, bank check, money order and wire transfer. All international purchases must be by bank wire transfer only. A 25% non-refundable deposit will hold an item for 30 days, other layaway terms considered. Layaway sales are final, no returns, 24 hour approval period is forfeited.

Customer is responsible for all shipping, handling and insurance charges, as well as any and all freight claims, but rest assured, we are THE BEST at packing. Worldwide service available via UPS, USPS, FEDEX, BAX GLOBAL, or other carrier of your choice, pending our approval. Customer is responsible for all sales tax where applicable, as well as any and all duties, brokerage fees, etc. on internatinal shipments.

All items shipped on 24 hour approval. If not completely satisfied, call within the allotted time for return authorization for full refund, minus shipping. Customer is responsible for any and all taxes,duties,brokerage fees, VAT,etc. and are non-refundable. Guitar must be returned in the same condition you received it in. If you need other terms or arrangements just give a call, we're reasonable people over here. No returns on amps, pedals or keyboards.