1973 Gretsch Clipper 7555

9.0 out of 10 condition. This Gretsch Clipper, 7555, was made during the second year of production for this model. Small dings/fine scratches on guitar. Beautiful 3 tone sunburst. Great playability w/low action, if desired. Minor fret wear. The OHSC is real clean also
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1966 Gretsch Clipper 6186

Super cool and overall fairly clean 1966 Gretsch 6186 Clipper. This beauty looks stunning and has just the right amount of finish checking. Plays and sounds great! Overall in great shape, however there is a few high frets towards the end of the fingerboard causing it to fret out a bit past the 12th fret on the low E and A strings. Comes with a hardshell case. Year: 1966. Model: Clipper...
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1958 Gretsch Clipper 6186 CLEAN!

Finally! A Gretsch with good binding... Earlier model with the Dynasonic pickup. Just setup and plays great. Electronics cleaned and working excellent. Well-cared for guitar. All original. Sunburst is unfaded. Comes with era Bulls Head case that is possibly original to the guitar.
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1956 Gretsch 6199 Convertible/Sal Salvador

A Super Rare Gretsch 6199 Convertible 'Sal Salvador' with a White Top 1956 Gretsch 6199 Convertible/Sal Salvador This super rare, custom color 17-inch-wide, 3 3/8 inches deep, jazz guitar with a White top and Copper Mist back and sides weighs just 6.50 lbs. Quad-bound spruce top with two large bound 'f'-holes, laminated rock maple back (quad-bound) and sides. Rock maple neck with a nice, fat...
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1966 Guild Starfire IV Ebony

Retrofret Stock # 6328. Guild Starfire IV Ebony Model Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1966), made in Hoboken, NJ, serial # EL-939, ebony grain laquer finish, laminated maple body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, period soft shell case. The Starfire series has been Guild's most consistently successful electric guitar line since its inception, and was by far the company's most popular...
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