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Discussion in 'Streamliner Gretsch Forum' started by calebaaron666, Jul 7, 2019.
Ha ha!! to cool asking for the Bigs.
Must have been very cool jammin with your pop.
You're a good son! Now, mow the lawn.
I'm your Dad's age, and I guarantee he's tickled beyond belief by that beauty.
Yeah, we used to play together more, but it had been a while. Looking forward to doing it again.
Ha, i’ve mowed the lawn plenty in my time, but now I got my own lawn to take care of!
What a great gift. Happy birthday to your dad!
You hit a home run there man! Great gift!
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That was a very thoughtful thing to do for the ''old man'' I'm sure he will have many happy hours playing the new geetar
GREAT thing you did. But, please help!! Here I am, kinda old too, but wondering:
- how the heck do you start a thread on this forum?
- is there a Gretch I can buy (kidless I am) that has that rockabilly tone, but can easily turn into a hard rock/metal beast?
To start a thread, click on “forums” and that’ll bring you to the list of different forums.
Click on the forum you’d like to start your thread on. After that you’ll see a button in the top that says “start thread”....
Well, any Gretsch can do what you want. The main sounds are in your fingers. These streamliners are inexpensive, and can ROCK if you want them to, or play smooth and clean if you want them too.
Go to a local music shop and fool around with their selection.
I've had two Gretsh guitars, a cheap on and and expensive one. Both rocked for metal, and the 6122 does have classic Gretsch tones and more. I could trade it though, for a Les Paul plus a lower-end Gretsch and might just do that. Thanks calebaaron for the tip on posting.
Well, I had to put a bigsby on it for him! I shoulda known a Gretsch gift is incomplete without one. This v cut B6 with Towner bar is far superior to the B70 that comes stock on the T versions anyway.
Shout out to @section2 for directing me to the new posts I needed for the Towner Bar.