|Pricing||$4379.99 Canadian Dollars with Gretsch hardshell case.|
|Neck||25.5″ scale, Maple neck with gold sparkle bound, black/white purfled ebony fingerboard; mother of pearl neo-classic markers; gold sparkle bound headstock with gold ‘The White Falcon’ plaque.|
|Frets||22 medium frets, over the binding to the edge of the fingerboard.|
|Body||17″ wide Maple laminate body, with trestle bracing. Gold sparkle binding and black/white purfling around top, back and f-holes.|
|Finish||Gloss, brilliant white! And in case that’s too subtle and understated, it’s offset with gold sparkle binding on every joint.|
|Hardware/electronics||Hardware is entirely gold plated. Twin High-Sensitive Filter ‘Trons, pickup and tone selector switches; master volume and individual volume controls, each with a faux ruby marker at the apex of the G-Arrow; gold B-6GB Bigsby, gold Space Control bridge on ebony base. Gold plexi pickguard with Falcon image and Gretsch logo. Gold Grover Imperial tuners with deco-style buttons.|
|Playability/Action||This is a great player right out of the box.|
|Case||Original Gretsch hardshell case included.|
|Comments||It doesn’t usually take much for me to pick up a new Gretsch; they are consistently great guitars. This Falcon is one of my favourites. The neck has a slight, soft V shape that’s very comfortable, and the guitar has a very solid, substantial feel and sound without being overly heavy. With the 17″ body, the Falcon is a bigger guitar than the 6120 (which is 16″ across), but it’s still a comfortable instrument. And it sounds great!|
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