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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by Parttime, Feb 29, 2020.
OK , dare I be different .........
Well at least they came with a case...
Love the Suzuki harp, though. They're just really well made.
Just went to Tucson and Tombstone Here we are in front of an old steam locomotive
Cool. Doing the " Locomotion."
Wow I’ve never hit the like button more in one thread!! Stunning collection to everyone whose posted. Yikes!
These two are amazing together Sid
Some great pics in this thread. I've only got the one Gretsch, but I have two Michael Kelly Hybrids (I used them at my gig this evening).
Ok, I give up, its on my avatar
Every harmonica does .......
Ok apples and oranges :
-> Duo of Oranges :
-> Jet Black babies :
-> Black & White duo :
My "dynamic duo"
And an orange couple!
Hmmm...this is a bad photo for many reasons, but here are my Gretsch guitars flanking my Epi's. I did not set out to have this many red guitars...but it is what it is. Oh...G2420, SG, Riviera P93, and G5230T.
I only have two nearly identical photos of both Gretsches. This is one of them ... I think the nicer one.
They both have changed a little since - I got a gift, a set of knobs for the 2622 and bought a dBridge recently.
The 5420 got a Truarc shortly after she came home with me, and recently a set of Magnatrons ... which are so damned cool sounding, and - to my surprise - I prefer them overdriven, too, over the Blacktops. Which are by no means bad pickups, but ... let't be honest, this is quite a few inches into sonic detailery, and by far the most expensive pickups I ever bought, but they do sound incredibly twangy for a dual coil humbucking device, clear, focussed, trebly, jangly, shiny, ... - just nice. TGGS.
They're likely not made for everyone, but I can recommend them to anyone looking for exactly this!
Oh, man, guys, you get me jealous ... jealous at least, maybe even a bit ... horny.
Anyway, they seem to get aling well, even wear the same strap (from Mono ... generously padded and made of rubber ... animal free and pretty comfortable).
Anyway, this picture shows the entry drug that got me hooked on the right, and my first overdose on the left ... still hooked. So, now ... I'll eventually replace the B60 by a B6 V-cut. Maybe later this year.
As I have only one Tele, I can't post another pair, the list of guitars Mr. C. should own and play is way longer than the list of which he does own and play.