1946 Epiphone Triumph
The Epiphone Triumph was introduced in 1932, becoming Epiphone’s most popular full sized guitar until the company closed in the 1950’s Handcarved solid spruce top; solid handcarved flame maple back; maple sides; five-piece maple neck; Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge; diamond-pattern fingerboard inlay and “fleur-de-lis” style peghead inlay, triple-bound body, bound fingerboard and headstock. This guitar has 3 cracks in the back which have been professional addressed. The Frequensator tailpiece is not stamped. This instrument has great action and tone and comes with the original hard shell case.
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All of our musical instruments come with a 48 hour approval period, which begins when the UPS or FedEx tracking database indicates that the shipment was received and or delivered. If a return is necessary, please call us for an authorization. Customers are responsible for shipping charges both ways if item is returned. 5% of the sale price of the instrument will be charged as a restocking fee if the returned item was purchased using a credit card. There will be no restocking fee if other payment methods were used. After the returned instrument is received, inspected, and is found to be in the same condition as it was originally shipped, a refund, minus shipping, will be promptly issued. NO RETURNS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER THE 48 HOUR APPROVAL PERIOD HAS ELAPSED