**Marked down! I've acquired another Catseye for my personal collection so I don't mind being aggressive with this one. Mid-1950s Gretsch Synchromatic 160 with catseye soundholes. Pretty good shape for an older Gretsch that has definitely been played. Finish still strong, except for an area near the fretboard extension and another at the treble side of the bridge (might be the result of a pickup and/or transducer used in the past). Body binding is all original, but has pulled up a little at the waists. Binding on treble side of fretboard is cleanly replaced and nicely matched. No binding on soundholes - probably deteriorated. Vintage tailpiece, repro bridge, Stewmac Golden Age tuners. Neck is tight and solid, but angle is quite low so bridge is down pretty far. It has moved forward slightly over the years, but you can push on it until it starts to bend with no movement whatsoever or even creaking at the joint. Nice player with serious mid-rangey bark. Cool faux gator case, but not sure if original.
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