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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by MKunie, May 7, 2019.
6118, amazing beast! So much a different guitar than the Setzer.
Beautiful pair. Congrats.
When did Annie’s lose the mud Switch? Do they all have tone pots these days?
That a player’s edition?
Congrats! Lovely pair of couch potatoes!
For some reason I’ve having deja vu.
Congratulations! My local shop has one and it plays awesome. It’s my favorite color of the current 6118 line. Like a fine classy hot rod. I already dreamed if I had one in that color, I’d find a good pin stripe artist to do some lines with dark and light blue like this picture.
I believe it is. Yes
Tone pot is nice. Nice alternative to the switch.
6118's are cool! Enjoy!
Congrats, beautiful addition and great pair!
I have lost track of current model names/features, but they initially lost the mud switches at the advent of the Players Edition Series I think. 2016 models. And not all have lost it, I think they now call the other version "Vintage Select"? But it does not have H.F. Filtertrons. My Anni from 2015 was the last traditionally spec'd model I believe. I remember I wrote a post lamenting the fact that they were not keeping one available in that configuration.
Love the look of that Annie! Congrats MKunie!
Congrats! And yes, players editions have tone knobs, and switches are on some vintage select.
Wow!! That is one seriously gorgeous couple parked on your sofa!! Congratulations and enjoy!
I have that exact 6118 and I love it so much. My favourite guitar.
Congrats, you'll get a lot of fun out of it.
Nice guitar, nice pair. Congrats.
Noticed that the PUPS are so much more soothing than on the Setzer (TV Classics). The new appointments to this model are super amazing!
Congrats, looking good! Enjoy!
Cool geet that ,congrats!
Killer guitar. So cool.
Congrats , beautiful guitar ...................... man I'm gassin' for something