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.