When Freidrich Gretsch began making drums, banjos and tambourines in the late 1800's, there was no way of telling how renowned his name would become in the grand scheme of popular music. Today, Gretsch has an immaculate reputation that's firmly planted in the minds of musicians all over the globe. From iconic recording studios to the most legendary concert stages, the Gretsch name can easily be found, thanks to their serious dedication to superb tone and professional craftsmanship.
Gretsch guitars have graced the hands of many influential artists, including Billy Gibbons, Brian Setzer, Chet Atkins and Tim Armstrong. However, Gretsch is also well known and praised for their lineup of many other musical instruments and accessories, such as mandolins, ukulele's, and even cases, straps and strings. Whatever rocks your socks, you can be sure that everything constructed by Gretsch is built to last, and made with only the finest materials and components.
Amongst Gretsch's many top sellers is their Root Series G9200 Boxcar Resonator. Consisting of a round neck that's preferred by most musicians of ragtime and country blues, the heart of this incredible guitar is the Gretsch Ampli-Sonic resonator cone. Hand-spun in Eastern Europe from around 99-percent pure aluminum, it's a significant reason why this guitar has such amazing sonic projection. For bass players, the Gretsch G2220 Electromatic Junior Jet ll electric bass guitar contains dual mini humbucker pickups, a rosewood fingerboard, and is capable of filling a room with tremendous subsonic tones. As mentioned earlier, Gretsch also constructs highly durable and impeccably designed guitar cases, and the G6238 is a popular option, fitting both Gretsch Duo Jets and Pro Jet guitars.
The unique tonal quality in every instrument manufactured by Gretsch is truly one of a kind. And with a family of instruments and other musical accessories that are continuously expanding, Gretsch will forever remain a go-to choice amongst expert musicians and amateur enthusiasts alike.