|Comments||Here’s a lovely 1999 Left Handed Gretsch 6119LH Tennessee Rose. We don’t see a lot of this model, and even fewer in left handed. The Tennessee Rose is a modern rendering of the Tennessean, which was very popular with British bands during the early to mid 1960′s.
This particular guitar was built a few years before 2003, when Fender stepped up to an agreement with Gretsch. Likely built in the Terada plant where most ‘pro-line’ Gretsch guitars are now made, this is an excellent instrument.
|Serial Number||991119-2234, built during January of 1999, likely at the Terada plant in Japan.|
|Pricing||$1799 CAD with case.|
|Neck||2-piece maple neck with bound rosewood fingerboard; mother of pearl ‘neo-classic’ thumbnail position markers. 24.6 inch scale length, 1.6875 inch nut width.|
|Frets||Original frets with negligible wear.|
|Body||16″ archtop body, bound top and back, bound F-holes. Waffle reinformcement on the center of the top and back, with soundpost under the bridge. Maple ply construction.|
|Finish||Original gloss transparent-wine finish in excellent condition.|
|Hardware/electronics||Chrome G-brand gears, chrome G-arrow knobs, roller bridge, Bibsby B6 C-cut tailpiece; twin Filter
‘Tron pickups, pickup selector, master volume, master tone, individual volumes. Silver plexi pickguard with TENNESSEE ROSE screening.
|Playability/Action||Plays well and there’s plenty of room for adjustments.|
|Case||Black hardshell case included.,|
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