This Trotmore double-neck steel guitar was made by Ira Trotter sometime in the mid 1950s. Trotter was inspired to this guitar by Jerry Byrd, who was looking for a modern version of the aluminum Rickenbacker Frying Pan that was originally built in the early 1930s. Byrd himself used this Trotmore on a handful of recordings. This particular guitar is the only known double-neck that Trotter built. The body is made of magnesium. The guitar is excellent condition and come with a hardshell case and four legs.