The Twelfth Fret - Guitarists' Pro Shop
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Gretsch Electrics

The Gretsch Guitar company built a number of iconic and extremely influential electric guitars – used by the likes of Chet Atkins and George Harrison, Brian Setzer and Billy Zoom.  Now distributed by Fender Musical Instrument Corporation, Gretsch quality is at an all-time high. The Twelfth Fret is very pleased to carry Gretsch guitars; we set instruments up to the requirements of the player and we ship worldwide.

Gretsch 130th Anniversary Junior – G6118T LTV JR

Here is the very, very cool Gretsch 130th Anniversary Junior - G6118T LTV JR. Gretsch has from time to time made smaller-bodied

NAMM 2013 Video Tour

  Welcome to the 2013 winter NAMM show! Join the Twelfth Fret Guitar Shop for a quick tour of some of our favorite booths and

Gretsch Electromatic G5422TDC: The Cherry Blossom

We are lucky enough to have received one of these very special limited edition guitars from Gretsch - the Gretsch Electromatic G5422TDC "Cherry Blossom". This

Gretsch Electromatic 5420T

Gretsch has taken their popular electromatic series and updated them with new and improved pickups, inlays, and finishes. The Gretsch Electromatic 5420T shows

Gretsch Chet Atkins Country Gentleman G6122 1958 DISCONTINUED

A reproduction of Chet Atkin's Country Gent from 1958, this Gretsch Chet Atkins Country Gentleman G6122 is a wonderful guitar with plenty of clarity, separation,

Gretsch White Falcon G6136DC

The White Falcon is an iconic Gretsch and for many years were quite rare. This is an example of an updated design, sharing

Gretsch G6134 White Penguin

Penguins are really cool guitars. The DynaSonics also have a wonderful twangy presence that you just can't get elsewhere.


Gretsch Black Penguin G6134B Model

If the phrase " Black Penguin " conjures an image of a slightly diminutive super hero with baggy black spandex leggings and a cape long


Gretsch G6130 Roundup

Fred Gretsch introduced his first "solidbody" guitar in 1953 with the Duo-Jet and followed this model in 1954 with the G6130 Roundup.