Found 11 matches

1958 Gretsch Country Club Project-O-Sonic (#GRE0308)

$5,995
1958 Gretsch Country Club, Project-O-Sonic (Stereo Model), Sunburst finish, Gold hardware, Original Grover imperial tuners, Neo-Classic inlays, Full feeling neck, Great low action, EC, OHSC, $5,995
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1959 Gretsch Country Club (#GRE0358)

$5,995
1959 Gretsch Country Club, Rare Blonde finish, Two PAF’s, Gold Hardware, Grover imperial tuners, Attractive Flamed Maple Back, Ebony fingerboard with neoclassical inlays, Beautiful instrument! EC, Original Hard Case, $5,995
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1959 Gretsch Country Club (#GRE0384)

$5,995
1959 Gretsch Country Club, Blonde, Gold hardware, Two PAF filtertrons, Ebony fingerboard, Neoclassical inlays, “G” Brand tailpiece, hang tag & certificate, Lovely guitar!! EC, OHSC, $5,995
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1957 Gretsch Country Club

$7,200
This Gretsch Country Club was made in 1957, a few blocks from our store in Brooklyn. We found her in Texas and brought her home but she is ready for another adventure. Custom ordered in white, this is a very rare Gretsch. It has had a neck reset and heel repair and there is some overspray at and around the heel. The Bigsby is not original, and the other gold hardware, which is original, has...
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1978 Gretsch Country Club

$2,195
1978 Gretsch Country Club in Natural Finish with OHSC. Beautiful Near Mint Condition with light Gold wear to Tailpiece and Pickup Cover Edges. Setup with Flatwounds this guitar plays beautifully and sounds heavenly. A Fantastic USA made 17" Jazz Box for under $3000. Why overpay for an Asian Import Jazz guitar when you can own a real Vintage Made in the USA Gretsch! Includes original Gretsch "OK"...
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1953 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe

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What a cool rare guitar this is,… 1953 Epiphone Zephyr Deluxe factory fitted with Dearmond Dynasonic pickups hardly ever seen in this format, and its blonde too! Lovely small Epiphone headstock with a rosewood board and cloud inlays. 17 inch bottom bout and 3 ¼ inch deep.body makes this archtop an equivalent to a Gretsch Country club or Gibson ES 300 -350 The guitar is fitted with a 1960’s gold...
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1954 Gretsch Electromatic II / White Flacon Conversion

$7,500
his amazing full body electric archtop started its life as an Electromatic II, the guitars that later evolved into the Country Club in 1954. These were Gretsch’s top of the line Jazz models, meant to compete with the Gibson L-5s and the D’Angelico Excels of the day! In the early/mid 1980s, with the rising cost and rarity of the ‘50s White Falcons, some hoodwinkers started converting other...
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1954 Gretsch 6192 Electro II Cutaway "Country Club"

$3,495
Here's a rare Gretsch Model 6192 Electro II Cutaway Synchromatic form 1954. Only produced between 1951 and 1954. 1954 was the last year of production of this model because it was renamed Country Club the same year. This beauty is all original with the exception of the pickguard. It comes with the original and beautiful Gretsch Tweed hard case...
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~1953 Gretsch Syncromatic

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pre dates the Country Club, but really is the same model, two DeArmond pickups, very nice curl, great player, a Rock-a-Billy dream
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1959 Gretsch Anniversary

$2,795
Man ... I love this guitar. Just arrived in it's original case and in amazing condition. If it weren't for a little area of play wear along the treble side of the neck i would have classified it as "near mint". What's so very cool about the earliest models from 58 and 9 is that unlike the later 1960 and on this not only has the double coil Filtertron but ALSO it's a very early Patent Applied For...
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