A Near Mint and Totally Original Thinline Double-Cutaway 1964 Gretsch 6120.
Exceptionally clean and totally original, this fifty year old guitar weighs just 7.90 lbs. Double cutaway thinline laminated maple body. Three-piece maple and ebony neck with a medium profile, ebony fretboard with pearl half-moon position markers. Two Filter'Tron pickups with outputs of 4.08k and 4.02k. Bar bridge / Bigsby Vibrato tailpiece. All hardware gold plated. The Western orange color bright and fresh - a wonderful example. Original "Cowboy" white Tolex hardshell case. In 1962 the company introduced its Electrontone hollowbody design, a two-inch-deep, 15 1/2 inch-wide double cutaway body with replica, not real, f-holes painted on the guitar. So, the Model had been converted from a true f-hole, single cutaway, hollow guitar to a simulated f-hole, double cutaway, semi-hollow instrument". John Lennon used exactly the same model (a 1962 guitar) during the 'Paperback Writer' sessions at Abbey Road Studios in April 1966. (00620)

Fretted Americana

Fretted Americana

Near Mint
Amber Red
Original Hard
16 Years
Fretted Americana
David Brass
Calabasas, CA
3:29 PM
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

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