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It's a 62/63. I absolutely love it. I prefer it to any earlier single cut version that I've played. Heres a better picture
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My ex-59 Clipper...Another one I was sad to see go
Tricone of GuitarLibido fame? I bought a Penguin from you a few years ago.
For this vintage theme, I'll offer up the 6123 Monkees...
Isn‘t she lovely?
I went through that with my 6120N. That was actually an ill-advised pickup swap. The ceramics actually sounded better in that guitar...
I remember when my jet sat in its case for a month without any pick ups. I had to leave it in the case because it was just too sad to...
More info. I ordered this particular model, not for the pickups, but because I wanted the closed F holes, zero fret and this finish. I...
and the headstock.
1958 New Yorker.
It looks like a mini Barney Kessel? Gene Cornish played one in The Rascals.
It has a nice, vintage sound; I'm sure that the...
'59 6119. I really truly love this guitar.
Anybody have any tips on re-ebonizing the board?
IMG_20170917_213821_281 by Verbageddon...
And these aren't on most Gretsch fans list... but I like them. Early 1930s Castilian model 135 and a model 125.
My '62 Club is also pleasant to look at (and fun to play)!