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Discussion in 'New Member Intros' started by Hultberg, May 12, 2017.
Welcome Mathias, you're in good company here.
The promised pictures. Never thought I would own a guitar in glittering gold, but hey, she is a beauty.
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Cool! So when are you getting the next one? Oh and welcome!
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Gold is the stuff you wear on your finger. This guitar is finished in Class.
Thanks, I don't know when, but I made the mistake of browsing the Gretsch website yesterday and the g5622T in Georgia green caught my eye and, surprise surprise, I developed some serious GAS. Hmm, what to sell?
Ok, here's a photo to feed the GAS
Look at that high fret access
That was helpful. Thanks a lot...
Absolutely ... I think the new generation of this model is concepted as the little brother of the new Broadcaster:
Very likely so,
but I have to say that the 5622T wins hands down when it comes to appearance. Your guitar is absolutely stunning.
It's not mine. It was a photo from the Gretsch Blog, I chose just to show it's beauty.
I myself bought a Panther before the G5622 was released.
Welcome to GT Mathias!
Congrats on the new geet.
Sounds like a greatsch idea to me too. See what i did?
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I bought a cherry tree and probably the best ice cream I ever eaten in Vara last week. (I'm from Herrljunga.)
The ice cream at Badhusparken is absolutely fantastic!
Welcome to the forum!!
I tell Mrs Daddy she only has one pair of feet when it comes to her shoe collection.
What does GAS stand for??? Gretsch Accumulation Syndrome??? If so, I think I have it!!!
Guitar or Gear Aquisition Syndrome, but Gretsch Accumulation Syndrome works.
The original meaning is Gear Acquisition Syndrome.