|Serial Number||34708, made in 1960.|
|Pricing||$1150 with non-original Gretsch case. SOLD|
|Neck||Maple neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard, neo-classic inlays.|
|Frets||Refretted, so this guitar is ready to gig!|
|Body||Trestle Bracing! Bound Maple laminate body with unbound F-holes. Binding is in good shape.|
|Finish||Tobacco sunburst nitrocellulose lacquer finish. This guitar has been played, so the finish is heavily worn on the neck, with some wear on the top and back.|
|Hardware/electronics||Several parts have been replaced on this guitar. The original Grover Sta-Tites have been replaced with Schaller mini-tuners, and the original Hi-Lo ‘Tron single coil has been replaced with a ‘Patent Applied For’ Filter ‘Tron humbucker. The original Space Control bridge on ebony base is included, as is the G tailpiece. The pickguard is newer, and the ‘mud-switch’ tip is a Gibson-style part.|
|Playability/Action||This guitar, while not fully original, plays great. It’s been refretted, the neck angle is good, and so you could easily do a quick setup to your particular taste and head to a gig with it.|
|Case||Non-original Gretsch hardshell case included.|
|Comments||The Gretch 6125 Anniversary model is structurally very similar to the 6120. This particular example has a few oddities: the body has trestle bracing, and the label clearly states that it’s a 6121 – but the 6121 is a quite different guitar! While not fully original, this is a very functional piece that’s ready to gig or record.|
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