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1968 Gretsch Rally 6104

$2,350.00
This one has been played, but it’s in original condition. There’s a glob of glue on the back of the neck from someone gluing back part of the neck binding and not being very neat. There’s finish wear on the back of the neck and there’s fret and fingerboard wear. There’s rust and pitting on some of the metal parts and some of the paint has flaked off of the body. Two of the pickup pole pieces have...
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1967 Gretsch Rally 6105

$2,495.00
Except for the shall we say, “interesting” electronics on the Rally, they are really cool guitars. This one looks to be all original. The electronics all seem to be working and the guitar is in pretty good shape. The pickguard has a repaired crack, there is fret and fingerboard wear (divots in first position). There’s finish wear on the back of the neck. The headstock veneer shows cracking. The...
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1967 Gretsch Rally in Bamboo Yellow

$3,195.00
1967 Gretsch Rally in a cool looking Bamboo Yellow finish. It has a great playing neck with good frets. It's all original with the exception of the switch tip and is 100% complete along with its original hardshell case. There's one nicks in the headstock along with other cosmetic wear. Everything is structurally sound with no cracks, breaks, or repairs.
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1967 Gretsch 6123 Monkees Rock N Roll Model

$2,499.99
Super cool! A wild and somewhat hard to find model. Fueled by the beat boom and selling literal truckloads of George Harrison style Country Gents, Gretsch thought it was poised to cash in big time by riding the Monkees wave. Unfortunately, musicians just didn't warm up to the idea and the model was basically a flop. The result though was a very unique model with some awesome features. The double...
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1989 Gretsch 6121 Roundup

$2,000.00
Here is a very cool Gretsch Guitar. This is a 6121 Roundup model that comes with the original Gretsch Hardshell Case. According to the serial number this dates to 1989. Plays great and in really nice condition.
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1966 Gretsch TENNESEAN

$2,600.00
*****ON SALE 3/15/14 - 5/01/14 !!!!!ANOTHER GREAT GRETSCH GUITAR. ALL ORIGINAL WITH THE GRETSCH PAD BUTTONS ON THE BACK STOCK FROM THE FACTORY NOT USUALLY ON THIS MODEL BUT DEFINITELY STOCK FROM THE FACTORY. GREAT SOUNDING HI-LO TRONS FOR BLUES, ROCK A BILLY ET ALL. THE FINISH AGAINT THE WOOD GRAIN ON THIS PARTICULAR TENNESEAN IS REALLY GORGEOUS WITH IT'S COLOR. IF YOU LOCATE AN ORIG BACK PAD...
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Standel 510-S

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This is a really cool USA made Standel from the 1960s. It is in perfect condition (9.5 or better) with no scratches or real buckle wear. This guitar has a great sound, like a Guild Starfire or a 1950s Gretsch 6120. It has a block down the middle so you get that solid body sound but it is still semi-hollow to add depth to your notes along with sustain and a hint of reverb. We've never come across...
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2005 Gretsch 6119 HT 1962 Reissue Tennessee Rose

$1,549.99
One of the most popular guitars of the British Invasion! Famously used by George Harrison, this one has the tone of sine if the most famous recording in the world! The 6119 was Gretsch's most popular sellers in the 60s. If you have played an original, you know the quality and playability can be hit or miss. The newest reissues are great playing and sounding guitars with nice craftsmanship. Built...
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1959 Gretsch 6125 Anniversary

$2,499.99
Late 50�s Gretsch Anniversaries have been sleepers on the vintage market in my opinion. They offer the same trestle braced construction as the much, much more expensive late 50s 6120s. I also think the 2 tone smoke green is one of the coolest colors out there. You can find the much more common Hi-Lo-Tron equipped 60s models any day of the week but cool late 50s Filtertron and trestle braced...
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1967 Gretsch 6117 CAT'S-EYE CUSTOM

$2,499.00

Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
This is a SUPER RARE ONE . . . 1967 Gretsch Model 6117 'CUSTOM CAT'S-EYE' hollow body electric guitar - all original parts and electronics - professional black refin, serial number 117964 - built in November, 1967 - will ship with non original hardshell case. PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT A DOUBLE ANNIVERSARY MODEL 6117 - The 6117 'Cat's-Eye' was only produced from 1964-1967, and never even appeared...
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~1945 Gretsch 240 Tenor Guitar - #200941

$2,695.00
Serial Number: 1265 (embossed on headstock) General Description: According to Gretsch's website, Gretsch began numbering guitars sequentially, probably in 1939 but possibly earlier. Originally, the number was just written inside the guitar in pencil. These penciled-in numbers would often fade and become illegible, or even disappear. After World War II, some guitars had a serial number...
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1962 Gretsch Corvette 6132

$1,150.00
A great playing guitar with a wide (1 11/16” nut width) neck. This one is mostly original and in solid shape. It had a set of Grovers at one time but period correct single line Klusons with new bushings and buttons have been installed. The Grovers caused the tuner shaft holes to be widened and there will be extra screw holes under the Kluson strip. You can’t see any of this. The strap buttons...
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1962 Martin F-55

$1,799.99
Here’s a rarity: A 1962 Martin F-55 Electric in good condition. This instrument appears to be complete and all original with the possible exception of the bridge. It plays quite well, with some fretwear. The C.F. Martin Company was certainly well known for its acoustic guitars, but in 1961 Martin began to experiment with electric guitars, and by 1962 the F-55 entered production. This fully...
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~2014 Bill Nash Guitars T-12TL

$2,099.00
In the physical world we are Bend Guitar Den, in Bend Oregon. Oregon's Exclusive Nash Dealer. We have 25 Nash Guitars in stock at all times. Wander over to bendguitarden.com to see everything we have in stock or visit us at our riverfront location in Bend and hang out in our Nash Players Lounge. Feel free to call us to discuss this guitar: 541-977-6630. It just doesn’t get any better than...
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