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Discussion in 'Vintage Gretsch Discussion' started by SunRa, Feb 13, 2021.
That is cool, not seen those.
That is cool. I found this with some more detail
Super cool!! Out of my league, though.
Sorry, not a fan from an aesthetic perspective
So in 1967, there was a genius who thought progress was a G-hole replacing the F-hole.
If hadn't been fired, contemporary Gretsch guitar would now have a Z-hole
They should standardize tone holes to match the standard clef in which the music is written for the instrument, with cat's eyes optional for the cool kids.
I’ve only seen a few for sale. Cool f holes or G holes.
Screwing a floating bridge in place should be a federal offense.
Fair amount of binding rot. Missing one original knob.
I dunno ...somethin' aint right
G-holes are a logical alphabetic progression from F-holes. Anything is an improvement from A-holes.
Unfortunately, in this world the latter is in far more abundance than the former.
Not particularly aesthetic, but quite the rarity.
I’m not looking forward to P holes.
Holes shaped like a C clef would look cool though!
They show up in the snow!
You made my day.
Would cat's-eye tone holes be considered i-holes?