Trinity River Guitars has added electric/acoustic and left-handed guitars to their line of instruments. All Trinity River Guitars feature a Venetian cutaway, pinless high-tension bridge, a French heel, rosewood fingerboard, zero fret, offset position markers, and the JLD Bridge System.
The Drifter OM1CENS is a 22.5" scale, electric/acoustic guitar featuring a spruce top, nato back and sides and compact headstock. The OM1CENS is a travel-sized guitar with a natural satin finish. The Drifter neck is joined at the 12th fret to create a short reach to the open positions, and the body depth has been increased to enhance the sound.
Joining the Mesa line of Trinity River are the acoustic/electric OMHC4CENS and OM4CENS, and the left-handed acoustic/electric OM4CELHNS.
The OMHC4CENS is a 25" scale electric/acoustic with a 4-band equalizer, solid cedar top, rosewood back and sides, slotted headstock, heavy-duty die cast tuners, 1 3/4" nut width, hybrid neck, jumbo nickel silver frets, and clear pickguard.
The Mesa OM4CENS and the left-handed OM4CELHNS are electric/acoustic guitars in a 25" scale featuring a solid spruce top, rosewood back and sides, traditional headstock, heavy-duty die cast tuners, 1 3/4" nut width, and jumbo nickel silver frets.
The Mule D3CENS and the left-handed D3CELHNS are full size electric/acoustic guitars featuring a spruce top, nato back and sides, and compact headstock in a natural satin finish.
The Eagle line from Trinity Rivers now includes the OB3CENS, an electric/acoustic featuring a spruce top, nato back and sides, traditional headstock, and heavy-duty die cast tuners.
All Trinity River guitars are equipped with the JLD Bridge System. Located under the bridge and visible through the soundhole, it has an "equalizing" effect on the top according to the company, balancing the overall tone.
For more information, visit their web site at www.trinityriverguitars.com
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