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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by vidiot72, Sep 9, 2019.
Seems to be a lot of Falcons soaring again lately. Great to see.
Outstanding, congratulations Vidiot!
Haha! Yea, I work in television.
Sweet! Wow the Falcons are frequent fliers lately. Freaking fantastic!
Congrats vidiot !
I too wanted one since i was a kid,was nearly 30 years before i obtained my first Falcon,great feeling!
Oh yeah, now that's how its done right there.
Very cool. Big congrats!
Congrats! I love all Falcons. Mine is a 2010 .. still going strong!
I've had lots of Gretsches and this one is totally different than every one of them. I've only been able to spend about 45 minutes with her before work every morning because of my crazy schedule but it's truly awesome! Sonically it's HUGE!!!! This is a keeper for sure!!!! I had a tru arc laying around and I put that on this morning and it made it even better! Looking forward to spending some quality time with her tonight because I have a little hole in my schedule. I have come to the conclusion that I'm not a good enough guitar player for this guitar haha!
I know ,i'm not worthy of mine either!
Aren’t they amazing?!
I’m about to let mine rip at band practice in an hour or so!
Is yours trestle braced? Mine has a post, but oddly, it hasn’t been too unruly with feedback, even when I have both of my amps CRANKED!
I’m certain that all of my guitars are lucky to have me!
And I have joined the ranks
A 2013 G6139t CBDC with TVJ Brian Setzer pickups has joined the family (along with white Falcon acoustic, baritone Jet silver sparkle pro jet (and honorary Gretsch. - a DeArmond m75t in gold sparkle)