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Gretsch Tennessee Rose G6119T Thinline Archtop Walnut, 2006

Gretsch Tennessee Rose G6119T Thinline Archtop Walnut, 2006

Here, we have a Gretsch Tennessee Rose G6119T model with a pair of Filter ‘Trons, built at the Japan Terada plant in Nagoya during 2006. It’s in great condition, with light wear and one small ding in the headstock. The pickup covers and rocking bar bridge are showing some light oxidization, which make the guitar look vintage. It’s built with the laminate maple, arched top, sealed ElectroTone body.

Price: $2000.00 CAD
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Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Thinline Archtop Electric Western Orange, 1962

Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Thinline Archtop Electric Western Orange, 1962

The Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins appeared in 1954 as a 16 inch wide 2.75 inch deep, single cutaway double pickup model, but for 1962 the new closed ElectroTone body provided a second cutaway shallower depth at 2.25 inches and faux F-Holes.

Price: $4250 CAD
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Gretsch G6120 DS Nashville Archtop Electric Guitar Orange, 2003

Gretsch G6120 DS Nashville Archtop Electric Guitar Orange, 2003

The Gretsch G6120 DS Nashville is based on 1955-56 6120 models equipped with single coil deArmond DynaSonic pickups. Built for a short time starting in 2003, it is a ‘dressed down’ version of the G6120 DSV – it lacks the Western-style decorative G brand on the body and engraved block inlays.

Price: $2200 CAD
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REDUCED Gibson Chet Atkins Tennessean Thinline Archtop Burgundy, 1997

REDUCED Gibson Chet Atkins Tennessean Thinline Archtop Burgundy, 1997

The late, great Chet Atkins was closely associated with Gretsch guitars, but after Gretsch closed Gibson sought his endorsement and a number of Gibson Chet Atkins models appeared, including the Chet Tennessean, built from 1990 to 2005 in Nashville.

Price: $1450 CAD
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❌ SOLD ❌ Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman Translucent Red, 2001

❌ SOLD ❌ Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman Translucent Red,  2001

The Gibson Chet Atkins Country Gentleman was built from 1986 to 2005, but Gibson’s association with Chet Atkins began in 1981 with the CEC Cutaway Electric Classical. While most of the Chet Atkins Country Gentleman guitars were made by Gretsch, that was impossible after 1981 when Gretsch temporarily folded. Gibson stepped in to work with Atkins, and produced a number of excellent, and ground-breaking instruments.

Price: $3000 CAD

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NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose G6119 Thinline Archtop Dark Cherry, 2008

NO LONGER AVAILABLE!!! Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose G6119 Thinline Archtop Dark Cherry, 2008

The Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennesee Rose, G6119, is a direct descendant of the Gretsch Tennessean produced from 1958 to 1980, renamed for legal reasons. The Tennessean trademark is still owned by Gibson, and wasn’t included when the Chet Atkins and Country Gentleman names were bought back by Gretsch. Otherwise, the Tennessee Rose and Tennessean are the same design.

Price: $2499.99 CAD

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