After the good doctors thread about underappreciated gretsch models i thought it be a nice too do a thread on what i believe is one of the most underappreciated models of the main stay hollowbody prolines, the Tennessean. Sure some big names have played them, but i feel the desire for them isnt there like the other models, they aren't the iconic orange of the Nashville, they don't have the bling of the falcon, or the big sound of the country gent (also underappreciated) and they dont have the coolness of the two tone anniversary, so seeing as the falcons have friday i thought the Tennessean can have Tuesday. So all those who have them on here lets see them. Mine is a g6119sp, this is a special guitar to me, its not the gretsch i have always wanted or even a model i thought id buy but it was my first gretsch. I bought it in 2009 when i was 22 from a local shop outside of Brisbane city when gretschs werent all that common in shops except a few in the city that were more the boutique dealers, i walked in one day and there it was in a glass cabinet, the first one i had ever seen in person in a shop, it had a price tag of $4100 way more then i could justify spending so i would just go to the shop most weekends and just stare at it, one day i drove past the shop and it had a massive clearance sale sign hanging so thought id pull in and check it out and to my luck they had a 40% off sticker on my guitar, that i could justify so i went to the counter and asked if i could put sale items on layaway and they said yes so i said id take it, didnt check the specs or even play it, just bought it, after a few weeks of saving and selling my 21st birthday present from my family it was home and i was over the moon. Some years later i decided to check the specs, its a 2005 model from the fuji factory, 2 3/4 inch body, 3 ply top, tone post, floating ebony fretboard with a zero fret, 2 hs filtertrons in deep cherry stain with aged white binding, I got lucky here too as it is the same specs as the sought after 2005 fuji built double anniversary model except the zero fret, it is so resonant and sounds like nothing else i have played, i truly love it. I was also lucky enough to get the pick guard signed buy my hero and the person who got me hooked on these things Chris Cheney from The Living End. Thats mine, bit of a long story so sorry for that, so lets see some others.