This Trenier Broadway was made by Bryant Trenier specifically to commemorate his 50th build, note the special inlay on the headstock. This example carries on the tradition of a classic 1920s/1930s parallel-braced archtop guitar. The spruce top is very lively and the guitar has a nice punch while also having the great tone Bryant is known for achieving. The back is made of ridiculously heavily flamed maple, and the neck is 3-piece flamed maple with a medium C carve.
The playability is unquestionably great with smooth action and clear ringing notes all over the neck. This guitar could perform equally well backing a band, backing a vocalist, or for solo or duet work. Bryant is one of the exceptional builders of our time, particulary at tuning the woods of a guitar to excel.
The guitar comes with a floating Johnny Smith style pickup. I believe its a Lollar, but I have not pulled the pickguard off to verify.
Lower bout width - 16.25 inches
Nut width - 1.75 inches
Scale length - 25.5 inches
Weight - 5.5 pounds
The guitar comes with the top end TKL archtop hardshell case with is in great condition.
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