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Gretsch G6112TCB-WF Limited Edition Falcon Jr. White, 2016

Gretsch G6112TCB-WF Limited Edition Falcon Jr. White, 2016

This Gretsch G6112TCB-WF Limited Edition Falcon Jr. in Vintage White, is a great little guitar and is a new model. Blending influences from three sources – the classic Gretsch White Falcon, the Jet body design, and the new Gretsch Players models. Aside from being very flashy, this is a great playing and sounding guitar.
Every once in a while, something built as a promotional item for an industry trade show really takes off, gets more intention than expected and is put into production. This was the case with the 1954 Gretsch White Falcon, intended to show off the elegance and quality of the Gretsch electric archtop line at the 1954 NAMM trade show in California.

Price: $4724 CAD
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SOLD!!!! Gretsch G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat Archtop Guitar, 2005

SOLD!!!! Gretsch G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat Archtop Guitar, 2005

Here’s one we don’t see very often – a Gretsch G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat Archtop signature model! This is based on a combination of 1955 6120 construction and 1958 style electronics. It has all the 1950’s Gretsch western decoration – the G-brand on the body, the Steer-head and cactus inlay set, 50’s style Bigsby arm and of course the Gretsch orange finish. It also has a couple of very modern upgrades – a pinned bridge and locking tuners for much faster string changes. This guitar is in all original condition and dates to November of 2005, the first year the Reverend Horton Heat signature model was available. It’s in very good condition and plays great.

Price: $3200 CAD

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SOLD!!! Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Maple White 2014

SOLD!!! Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Maple White 2014

The Fender Eric Johnson signature models are built to Johnson’s detailed specifications, including woods and contours, pickup voicing, and hardware choices. It has been available in both Maple and Rosewood fingerboard versions, in a variety of finishes, all a very light nitrocellulose lacquer.
Here we have a 2014 example of the Fender Eric Johnson Stratocaster Maple, in a translucent white finish. Eric Johnson Strat serial numbers aren’t necessarily consecutive, and so short of contacting Fender for shipping information the only way to be sure of the age is to pop the neck off the body and check the dates. On this example, the neck date is May 2 2014, and the body date is June 3, 2014.

Price: $1700 CAD

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SOLD!!! Charvel EVH Art Series XB 1H Solidbody Electric Guitar, 2006

SOLD!!! Charvel EVH Art Series XB 1H Solidbody Electric Guitar, 2006

The Charvel EVH Art Series was built in the USA between 2004 and 2007 following Edward Van Halen’s departure from the Peavey fold.
Coming from the Charvel custom shop, the Charvel EVH Art Series models featured reproductions in three colour variations of Van Halen’s original taped-graphic finish. The bodies are basswood paired with a quartersawn maple neck, a Floyd Rose locking trem set with D-Tuna, Schaller tuners, a Wolfgang pickup and one volume control (with a ‘Tone’ knob).

Price: $1499 CAD

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SOLD!!! Gretsch G6120-1959LTV Archtop Electric, Orange 2000

SOLD!!! Gretsch G6120-1959LTV Archtop Electric, Orange 2000

The Gretsch G6120-1959LTV isn’t currently in production, but it represents the specs of the famous 1959 Gretsch Chet Atkins models, with lacquer finish, zero fret, Trestle bracing and TV Jones Classic pickups. Technically, this guitar isn’t a Chet Atkins model, as at time of construction Gretsch had not re-obtained the rights to the Atkins name. Still – the rest is the same. Based on a 16 inch wide, single cutaway body with sides 2.75 inches high.   It was originally built with a bracing system combining a pair of tone bars running the length of the body plus a sound post under the bridge, but in 1959 Gretsch added a ‘Trestle’ bracing system for Chet Atkins,  who was facing the common problem of hollow-body guitars feeding back at ever-increasing stage volumes. 

Price: $2500 CAD

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Grosh Retro Classic Shoreline Gold Solidbody Electric, 1998

Grosh Retro Classic Shoreline Gold Solidbody Electric, 1998

Every aspect of the Grosh Retro Classic is a complete re-design of the traditional “S”-style guitar, from the body dimensions, contours, balance and routing to the neck design, construction and head stock. The Retro Classic delivers harmonically rich tones with an ease of playability that is simply unmatched. Featuring master-grade woods, ultra-thin nitro-lacquer finish universal pickup routs, Kluson style locking tuners and a floating 1088 Gotoh trem.

Price: $1850 CAD
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