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Gretsch Guitars G5033C Rancher Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Gretsch G5033C Rancher Flat Top Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top, laminated mahogany sides & back, mahogany neck, rosewood...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Gretsch G5033C Rancher Flat Top Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top, laminated mahogany sides & back, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard & bridge, and Fishman Prefix pickup.
- Body Style: Single Cutaway Dreadnought
- Scale Length: 25.5" (648mm)
- Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
- Bracing: X-Bracing
- Back And Sides: Mahogany Body, 16" Wide, 3.9" X 4.7" Deep
- Neck: Mahogany
- Pickups: Fishman Acoustic Matrix™ Under the Saddle Pickup.
- Pickup Switching: None
- 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
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I fell in love with this guitar when it arrived. Great sound, great looks. But, I had trouble with it staying in tune. I'm the worship leader at my church and I can't tune up between songs, no time. I stretched the strings repeatedly, but it was to no avail. I finally had a guitar tech look at it. He felt like the top was possibly too thin and that there was a problem with the nut not being cut correctly. He said it was an inherent problem with the instrument and that tuning would continue to be a problem. So, I sent it back. Thank you.