The first (and only?) archtop model I have seen in the Stagg production; it is a very close copy of the Gibson ES-335 TD with trapeze tailpiece (introduced 1964 and discontinued 1981, replaced by the DOT model).
The classic double cutaway, semi-hollowbody guitar.
This Stagg copy (here without its pickguard) has mother-of-pearl inlays on the headstock and the fretboard.
Body: Birch (?) top and back; maple neck; mahogany central block inside the body.
Translucent red finish on a beautiful woodgrain.
Rosewood fretboard with 22 frets.
Tune-o-matic bridge: Tokiwa