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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by Daktari9, Dec 8, 2017.
Never seen that binding/colour-combo. Just great.
Now that is a nice ride!!!!!
Too sweet... Congrats!
Kermit the penguin.
Wow,,, really dig the color,,, i'd had to pull the trigger on that, and figured out how to pay for it later! Congrats!
Heres the specs
CST PENGUIN 59 LIME GRN-SLV BIND
BASE MODEL - White Penguin - 1959 Style
COLOR -Lime Green Metallic
AGING TYPE- NOS
TUNERS -Schaller Locking
NECK PICKUP -TV Jones Classic
MID PICKUP- None
BRIDGE PICKUP -TV Jones Classic
NECK SHAPE - Standard Neck Shape
WIRING -Master Vol, Neck Vol, Bridge Vol, P/U Selector Switch and Tone Switch
FRETS - Vintage
ZERO FRET YES/NO - No Zero Fret
FRETBOARD WOOD -Ebony
FRETBOARD INLAY MATERIAL- Mother Of Pearl
FRETBOARD INLAY STYLE- Half Moon Thumbnail
SIDE DOT COLOR- White Side Dots
NECK WOOD- Mahogany
TRUSS ADJUST- Headstock
PICKGUARD ENGRAVING- Penguin Logo Engraved
PICKGUARD MATERIAL- Silver Plexi
BRIDGE- Adjusto-Matic Pinned
TOP -Arched Laminated Maple
BACK- Chambered Mahogony Body
SIDES- Chambered Mahogony Body
HEADSTOCK LOGO- Verticle Gretsch Logo
HEADSTOCK LOGO MATERIAL- Standard
BODY STYLE- Chambered Single Cutaway
NOS ‘59 Penguin in Lime Green Metallic w Silver Binding, all Chrome Hardware and a Bigsby – Pinned Adjustomatic Bridge – & Locking Tuners
That is really a cool looking penguin! Congrats!
That be a dandy looking Gretsch, do like that awesome color. You be so lucky for sure, congrats are in order on this one............................
Wow, what a knockout! I can see why you couldn't have resisted buying it.
I like that color!
Clarence the cross-eyed lion approves!
That is a beautiful guitar!
You've gotta be lovin' that thing.
Congrats - ditto all of the above
I keep coming back to stare at the pics, this is the nicest penguin i've ever seen, i'm in love...
Is it a Stephen Stern CS model ? I saw one on reverb.com around 4K$ few weeks ago.
Everything on earth should be that color.
Wow . . . just wow!
Oh, and a "congrats," too!
Don't know how I missed this thread. What a beautiful guitar!