Guitar ID

drmjjohn

Newbie
Aug 22, 2011
2
Oregon
Hi Everyone,
I picked up a 6120 at what I think is a great price. Can ya'll help me figure out the serial number info and where I can find an approximate valuation?

I'd like to sell it as I already have one I really like.

I uploaded a pic of the serial number. I think it is early 2000's made in Japan but not sure.

Thanks!

Marv
 

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drmilktruck

I Bleed Orange
May 17, 2009
19,258
Plymouth, MN
Hi Everyone,
I picked up a 6120 at what I think is a great price. Can ya'll help me figure out the serial number info and where I can find an approximate valuation?

I'd like to sell it as I already have one I really like.

I uploaded a pic of the serial number. I think it is early 2000's made in Japan but not sure.

Thanks!

Marv

Welcome, hope you'll stay around.

That's a pre-FMIC 6120-60.

Here's the link on the GDP about the model:

http://gretschpages.com/guitars/models/6120-60/

There are a couple on Reverb now:

https://reverb.com/marketplace?query=gretsch 6120-60

Pricing history:

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Shock

Synchromatic
Sep 7, 2020
543
Minnesota
First of all , welcome. Secondly, more pics are required! We like to see them. The preFMIC are my favorite Gretsches. You picked up a Cadillac!
 

Highroller

Country Gent
Jun 11, 2015
2,004
Portland, OR
Right about the same age as mine. I wouldn't flip it for the world, it's been my #1 since the day I brought it home.

Not a particularly accurate reproduction of either a '59 or a '60, but a wonderful playing guitar. 5-ply top, ceramic filtertrons, 2.75" body depth and a B-6 Bigsby. Probably had a Space Control bridge when new, looks like somebody swapped that out for a tune-o-matic on yours.

Congrats!
 


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