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2015 Gretsch G6128T-GH George Harrison Duo Jet

$3,299.99
Gretsch celebrates the legacy of George Harrison with the G6128T-GH George Harrison SIGNATURE Duo Jet® guitar, modeled on the instrument that the legendary guitarist often referred to as his “first real decent guitar.” Features include distinctive appointments and modifications found on Harrison’s original 1957 Gretsch Duo Jet, which he purchased secondhand in the very early 1960s. These...
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2015 Gretsch® G6128T-GH George Harrison SIGNATURE Duo Jet™

$2,989
NEW - Gretsch celebrates the legacy of George Harrison with the G6128T-GH George Harrison SIGNATURE Duo Jet® guitar, modeled on the instrument that the legendary guitarist often referred to as his “first real decent guitar.”Features include distinctive appointments and modifications found on Harrison’s original 1957 Gretsch Duo Jet, which he purchased secondhand in the very early 1960s. These...
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Gretsch Professional Collection G6128T-GH George Harrison Signature Duo Jet

$3,599.99
Gretsch celebrates the legacy of George Harrison with the G6128T-GH George Harrison SIGNATURE Duo Jet® guitar, modeled on the instrument that the legendary guitarist often referred to as his “first real decent guitar.” * Features include distinctive appointments and modifications found on Harrison’s original 1957 Gretsch Duo Jet, which he purchased secondhand in the very early 1960s. * These...
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Gretsch Custom Masterbuilt Stephen Stern Duo Jet GT Electric Guitar NOS Black

$5,299
The Gretsch Electric Guitars built in Brooklyn, NY in the 1950s featured distinctive design elements, such as silver sparkle tops, Cadillac tailpieces and gold sparkle binding, that propelled them into the rock 'n roll spotlight. Flash forward to today, and that aesthetic still lives strong in the form of the Gretsch Custom Shop and Master Builder Stephen Stern. With this new Duo Jet GT model...
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Gretsch Custom Shop MB Stephen Stern Duo Jet GT Electric Guitar NOS Black Burst

$5,499
The Gretsch Electric Guitars built in Brooklyn, NY in the 1950s featured distinctive design elements, such as silver sparkle tops, Cadillac tailpieces and gold sparkle binding, that propelled them into the rock 'n roll spotlight. Flash forward to today, and that aesthetic still lives strong in the form of the Gretsch Custom Shop and Master Builder Stephen Stern. With this new Duo Jet GT model...
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1961 Gretsch 6119 Tennesean

$4,995
This has got to be the coolest & most beautiful 1st generation 6119 ever produced, its original Burgandy finish has faded to a wonderful mahog’ny color showing of its incredible figured maple top that was certainly special ordered for a NAMM show by its overall vibe, it sports a set of eraly unbound “F” holes only used thru 1962, its 3 piece neck has very little wear, its maple back/sides nearly...
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2015 G&L ASAT Special Semi-Hollow

$1,649.99
The G&L ASAT Special just might be the quintessential G&L guitar, viewed by many as Leo’s ultimate single-cutaway. Back in 1985, Leo Fender launched this model under the G&L Broadcaster name, which prompted a response from Fred Gretsch of Gretsch Guitars over the name just as it had thirty-five years earlier. History buffs will recall that the Broadkaster name is owned by Gretsch, and once again,...
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