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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by waswell, Jan 12, 2021.
Those are good looking
My DREAM Gretsch would be a 1958 6120, but it’ll probably never happen.
Meantime, I got these two dream warriors so I’m all set.
I've just one, albeit something I'd simply like to just see made even if I can't own one.
C'mon Gretsch board of directors, Mr. Carducci, FMIC...anyone who can talk to the marketing staff.
In this world of 12 flavors of bleached and french vanilla G6136s out there, for goodness' sake just normalize one single G7594-B and introduce it to the regular lineup.
Ive had it since March and i still cant quite believe it.
Sold a few that I loved to get where i could pull the trigger.
There’s other Gretsch guitars that I want (like that white panther that @peterjh85 is selling) but I feel like I’ve got my dream guitars now including my dream Gretsch and anything more is gluttony.
I saw the panther still forsale and was surprised you hadn't bought it yet lol.
My DREAM Gretsch is ......................
The list would be too long... With two condition : as far as they would be available in LH and if I had the money to buy them...
Has and always will be an original 1955 6120.
I wouldn't mind a Custom Shop 55 6120 though,but sadly ,that too will not come to pass.
I've already got it. My One of 12 or 16 Left-Handed Silver Falcon. You can see it and my other dream guitar, 1979 LPC (the Standard by which all others are judged), in my avatar pic.
I've never seen one of these in real life. 6120N New Nashville.
Beautiful, other than I have never really warmed up to the Florentine style cut away.
My dream Gretsch is in transit to me as I type this (just got underway today, in fact). While a very modest piece, not likely to be much coveted by other players, I'm pretty excited about it.
I'm dreaming about that '62 Rosewood Tenny...
I got mine. 7 years after I got my first (and joined this site).
This one, but in a slightly more affordable Electromatic version...
A lightweight Roundup with a 1-11/16" nut, fat neck, no G brand, and really good bridge.
I had my dream
I had my dream Gretsch-1959 Tennissian- but foolishly traded it for a 1962 Fender Stratocaster in a weak moment. I'd love to have that one back. I'd found her in a Las Vegas pawn shop in the late 70's
THE TOUR VIDEO WAS GREAT. MADE ME WISH TO GO THERE AND PERSONALLY THANK THE CREW FOR THEIR WONDERFUL WORK ON MY COUNTRY GENTLEMAN.