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Gretsch Guitars G5025C Rancher Jumbo Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Gretsch G5025C Rancher Flat Top Jumbo Cutaway Guitar features a solid spruce top, laminated mahogany sides and back, mahogany neck, rosewood fing...Click To Read More About This Product
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Equipped with Fishman electronics for amplified settings!
The Gretsch G5025C Rancher Flat Top Jumbo Cutaway Guitar features a solid spruce top, laminated mahogany sides and back, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and Fishman Prefix pickup for plug and play electrified performance.
- Body Style: Single Cutaway Jumbo
- Scale Length: 25.5" (648mm)
- Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
- Bracing: X-Bracing
- Back And Sides: Mahogany Body, 17" Wide, 3.5" X 4.25" Deep
- Neck: Mahogany
- Pickups: Fishman Acoustic Matrix® Under the Saddle Pickup.
- Controls: Fishman® Prefix® Preamp System.
- Includes A Fishman Acoustic Matrix® Under the Saddle Pickup.
- Controls: Volume Control, Bass Boost/Cut Control, Contour (Semi-Parametric Filter), Treble Boost/Cut Control, Frequency (Determines Frequency that is Boosted or Cut by the Contour Control), Battery Level LED (change battery when light stays on)
- Width At Nut: 1-11/16" (43mm)
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Bridge: Rosewood Pin Bridge with Compensated Saddle
- Hardware: Gold-Plated
- Finish: Gloss Urethane
- Frets: 20
- Machine Heads: Deluxe Gold-Plated Die-cast Mini-Tuners
Reviewed by 4 customers
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This is one nice acoustic/electric guitar. The sound is excellent, behind an amp or by itself. I only have two complaints and they are minor.1st, the strings needed to be replaced. No big deal. I do this with every guitar purchase. 2nd,the finish has a slight blemish by the tuning keys. You need to really look hard to notice it.This guitar is all Gretsch. That is why I looked into one of there acoustics. No fret buzz at all. Great action.I have always been a Gretsch fan. The G5025C lives up to its name.It would have been nice if a case was included ( or available).
I bought this guitar 3 years ago because of its unique styling and comfortable feel. The neck is balanced nicely and the sound is pretty good overall. I have been disappointed with the cheap Fishman electronics, which burned out and had to be completely replaced after a year and a half (cost = $250, thanks Fender!). The finish on the gold tuners is wearing off, and I replaced the white plastic bridge with bone. A good starter guitar, but not recommended for experienced players.
I brought my Korean-made Gretsch Rancher Jumbo (natural color) two and a half years ago and have played it most weekends since then. In spite of the price, this guitar has that distinctive look of more expensive Gretsch acoustics with thumbnail position markers, triangular soundhole, large headstock and steer's head inscription on the pickguard. Positives: excellent fit-finish, solid tuners, comfortable neck and pretty decent tone. Negatives: Fishman prefix died a few months after 1-year warranty was up (factory replacement = $250), cheap plastic bridge saddle ang pegs, gold color on tuners wearing off.
I've had this guitar for almost 3 years now and I love it. Great sound unplugged, even though it doesn't have solid sides and back. Little experience with it plugged in. Sounds decent plugged in to record through some of my M-Audio gear. In live/recording situations, I've run it though a Boss GT-3 multi-effect processor with some interesting results. The EQ could work a little bit better. It gets you close but you need a good perimetric EQ to get it the whole way. It has some standard Jumbo body characteristics. Lots o' sparkling highs and some good bass unplugged. Something that I felt like I was missing in a dreadnaught body shape. I wish they would have put better tuners on it. Definite wear on the plating and some plastic spacer broke. All in all, I'd definitely buy it again.