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1997 Gretsch Nashville G6120 6-12

1997 Gretsch Nashville G6120 6-12

The Gretsch Nashville G6120 6-12 Doubleneck was introduced in 1997, as a new model and built in very small numbers. There isn’t a lot of demand for doublenecks in the first place. However, they are impressive on stage, and if you need one, there is no substitute!

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2009 Gretsch Anniversary 6117T-HT SOLD

2009 Gretsch Anniversary 6117T-HT  SOLD

Here’s something relatively unusual – a 2009 Gretsch Anniversary 6117T-HT. This means it’s an Anniversary model, based on the venerable 6120 design, but with a sunburst finish, trestle bracing, and HiLo ‘Tron pickups.

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Cadillac Green 2013 Gretsch G6196T Country Club SOLD

Cadillac Green 2013 Gretsch G6196T Country Club  SOLD

This is just great – a near-perfect, one year old Cadillac Green 2013 Gretsch G6196T Country Club. The Gretsch G6196T Country Club can look a lot like the Gretsch White Falcon, and that’s because it shares body and neck dimensions. However, the Country Club has a solid spruce top instead of laminated maple and more — restrained decoration.

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Gretsch Falcon G6139T CBDC

Gretsch Falcon G6139T CBDC

Brand new and very cool! This is the new Gretsch Falcon G6139T CBDC.

At 16 inches across, it’s one inch smaller than the Double Cut, and it has what Chet always wanted – a spruce center block to reduce feedback and increase sustain and note to note separation.

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1960 Gretsch 6124 Single Anniversary (Consignment) SOLD

1960 Gretsch 6124 Single Anniversary (Consignment)  SOLD

This 1960 Gretsch 6124 Single Anniversary is in good playing and visual condition, with most original hardware and case. Intended as a lower cost alternative to the 6120, the Anniversary originally had a pair of Filter ‘Tron pickups and an ebony fingerboard,

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2006 Gretsch G6199 Billy-Bo Jupiter Thunderbird (consignment) NO LONGER AVAILABLE

2006 Gretsch G6199 Billy-Bo Jupiter Thunderbird (consignment) NO LONGER AVAILABLE

The original Jupiter Thunderbird was designed by and built for Bo Diddley in 1959, by a Gretch employee using Gretsch necks and hardware. Bo’s concern was that the larger electric he was using – an L-5! – was so big that it hindered his energetic performance.

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