I'd posted this last fall and got a smattering of responses, but it got lost in the chasm of "Bad Dog Cafe". So, here we go again. I’m not certain what I have here, but I like it a lot. I purchased this guitar on eBay recently, primarily due to the 1.75” nut width. After I took delivery I realized it was a semi-hollow with body dimensions exactly like those for a Gibson Country Gentleman or Epiphone Country Deluxe. Although it has obvious cosmetic deviations from those two guitars, the only major structural differences are the use of master tone and volume controls. The original bridge and tailpiece were replaced with the Bigsby and bar bridge. It has an Epiphone label inside that reads “CHET ATKINS-EB” for the model with the serial number space left blank. There is a sticker on the rear of the headstock which reads “891079”. There are no markings on the tuners. The paint is sinking into the wood, particularly on the top where grain striations can be seen in the proper lighting. If anyone has any information on this guitar I’d be grateful to hear back from you.