Gibson Trini Lopez 1966
"Here is some info on the Trini: it is a thinline archtop it is 16" wide and has a 24.75" scale neck. The tune-o-matic bridge with a trapeze tailpiece. The pick guard is beveled, and it has a matching black and white layered truss rod cover. I know it is a 1966, and that was the 3rd year of production. Gibson made 485 of them that year, and made them for 7 years from 64-70 and made 1966 of them total. Cool. It has the PAFs with double black coil humbucking pickups. The metal parts are nickel plated, and it has a fantail bridge. The hardware is like a 335 and the body is similar to the 345 in that the wood is solid maple. It has a neck to tail piece interior block of maple, and it actually consists of a solid core with two acoustic cavities. It has a rosewood finger board with split-diamond inlays starting at the 3rd fret, diamond shaped F holes, and a Firebird 6 in a row head. I had black Sperzel tuners put on it. The body, top and back, F holes, and neck are single bound. It also has a custom made brass nut on it. The pick guard is a layered black and white, but I took it off, since I play with my fingers, and I do not like them. They get in my way. The Trini is one of my favorite instruments, and has always been my stand-by ax. I have used it more than all of my other electric guitars put together. Maybe that is because I have had it the longest, but it just might be my favorite one of all."