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Unsafe at any speed.

Buckle up boys and girls, because this CVT will take you on a ride to the wild side of Gretsch guitars. Mega'Tron pickups howl at the wind, and the ultra slim design means you can take this baby on the go! Made in response to the numerous electric guitar players who have requested a contemporary version of this short-lived model from the 1960s, the G5135 Electromatic CVT guitar combines modern features with retro styling into one instrument that is truly built for speed.

The ultraslim, solid mahogany body is lightweight and easy to shoulder, without sacrificing the unique, biting tonal properties for which mahogany is known. Additional features include a set mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and 22 frets, adjustable truss rod, an anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge and Bigsby B50 tailpiece, dot position markers, pearloid headstock inlays, black pickguard, chrome plated hardware, vintage style tuners and G-Arrow knobs.

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FEATURES
Solid mahogany body
Mahogany neck (24.6" scale)
Rosewood fingerboard
21 medium jumbo frets
Bone nut (1-11/16" wide)
Vintage style machine heads
Dual Mega'Tron pickups
#1tone pot control setup
G-arrow knobs
Anchored Adjusto-matic bridge
Bigsby B50 vibrato tailpiece
Gretsch knurled strap knobs
Chrome hardware

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Gretsch GuitarsG5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar
 
4.7

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Pros

  • Good feel (9)
  • Good pick up (9)
  • Good tone (9)
  • Fun to play (8)
  • Solid electronics (8)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (8)
  • Practicing (8)
  • Rock concerts (7)
  • Recording (6)
  • School bands (4)
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THE single best mid-priced guitar made...period.

I own everything from Rickenbackers to Gibson to BC Rich to Charvel to Fender to Paul Reed Smith--Les Pauls, SG's--some Epiphone guitars with EMGs thrown in, or with Gibson '57...Read complete review

I own everything from Rickenbackers to Gibson to BC Rich to Charvel to Fender to Paul Reed Smith--Les Pauls, SG's--some Epiphone guitars with EMGs thrown in, or with Gibson '57 and BurstBuckers. The Gretsch Corvette in my collection remains THE instrument to surpass in the overall, and while each guitar has something special to it, sound-wise or aesthetically (or both), the clarity, power, and authority of the Corvette sound and its fine playability (wide-neck, low action), particularly for rhythm, stands alone. Only the Paul Reed Smith Single Cut, with its extra-extrodinary humbucker pickups, rivals the 'Vette. So if you're thinking 'Gibson SG' or a 'Gretsch semi-hollowbody' to take you to that next level, I recommend you think again.
The Bigsby is well secured, has good resistance, does not interfere with strumming or picking, and though it doesn't dive bomb like the Floyd Rose, the Bigsby does not throw the tuning way out. In short, everything is quality made and well appointed on this model. The Corvette's Metatron pickups expel an absolutely fantastic sound, eating distortion while projecting unrivaled clarity and bite. The Corvette has less sustain than the SG, but it's not as potentially muddy---the 'Vette rings all six strings, making it a preeminantly and outstanding rhythm instrument. The Corvette has the incredible capacity to stop sound on a dime, which gives real definition to chords and notes without a hold-over from whatever changes you're coming off of. The 'Vette's tonal range is not as massive as one might get with a good semi-hollow with superior pickups, but its clarity while distorted or clean makes up for it, and it does it better than the rest.
From the tuners to the pickups to the set neck to the knobs to the pickguard to the Bigsby, the guitar is expertly crafted. The sharply beveled mahogany on the Corvette adds artistic distinction--coupled with a glossed, rich, and utterly gorgeous coat over a nice wood grain, it catches the eye; it is not a dull mahogany. The Corvette is thin as an SG, but is more dynamically architectured, and has more weight and substance. The Corvette is superior, no matter who makes the SG, and I love SG's. Nothing about the Corvette is cheap or flimsy. It's solid through and through. Absolutely beautiful to behold and undoubtedly durable as a tank, yet it's a thing of art.
This guitar is the best mid-priced guitar made.....period. Don't waste your time with the Schecters or the ESPs. While Epiphone and Paul Reed Smith make absolute winners in the $500--$700 range (ex.: The Epiphone Korina Flying V or the PRS Single Cut), the Gretsch Corvette, an instrument hardly ubiquitous and made by a seemingly archaic brand in today's age, is the best value I've ever gotten for the money spent on a guitar.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Promising but challenged

I really really wanted to like this guitar. The color, weight, neck, the pick ups, the vibe, the controls and the vibrato are exactly what I wanted in a guitar. Unfortunately,...Read complete review

I really really wanted to like this guitar. The color, weight, neck, the pick ups, the vibe, the controls and the vibrato are exactly what I wanted in a guitar. Unfortunately, the guitar body is made from three pieces of mahogany. The one that was sent to me was made from different colored pieces so that the guitar was 2/3rds dark cherry stain, and 1/3rd light cherry. There was enough difference to be annoying. In the woodworking trade, it would have been rejected as a second. The wood blank used for the body should never have been given a transparent finish. Maybe if the two colors were separated by a metal strip or a painted stripe, it would have looked as if the flaw was intended.
Secondly, the first fret E string fretted out and the neck pickup was stuck in place. These could be fixed if I kept the guitar, but with the blemished wood, it wasn't worth it. It is not an inexpensive guitar, but this one had all the qualities of one.
Bottom line: try to get a good look at the one you're buying and expect to have to make major adjustments to get it to play well.
I'm still jonesing for one though. Maybe later.
Musician's Friend were champs all the way through the process. With the exception of drop shipping the product sight unseen, and the horrible set up, everything else about transaction, buying and return went well.

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(24 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THE single best mid-priced guitar made...period.

By Chris

from Boston, MA

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Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

I own everything from Rickenbackers to Gibson to BC Rich to Charvel to Fender to Paul Reed Smith--Les Pauls, SG's--some Epiphone guitars with EMGs thrown in, or with Gibson '57 and BurstBuckers. The Gretsch Corvette in my collection remains THE instrument to surpass in the overall, and while each guitar has something special to it, sound-wise or aesthetically (or both), the clarity, power, and authority of the Corvette sound and its fine playability (wide-neck, low action), particularly for rhythm, stands alone. Only the Paul Reed Smith Single Cut, with its extra-extrodinary humbucker pickups, rivals the 'Vette. So if you're thinking 'Gibson SG' or a 'Gretsch semi-hollowbody' to take you to that next level, I recommend you think again.
The Bigsby is well secured, has good resistance, does not interfere with strumming or picking, and though it doesn't dive bomb like the Floyd Rose, the Bigsby does not throw the tuning way out. In short, everything is quality made and well appointed on this model. The Corvette's Metatron pickups expel an absolutely fantastic sound, eating distortion while projecting unrivaled clarity and bite. The Corvette has less sustain than the SG, but it's not as potentially muddy---the 'Vette rings all six strings, making it a preeminantly and outstanding rhythm instrument. The Corvette has the incredible capacity to stop sound on a dime, which gives real definition to chords and notes without a hold-over from whatever changes you're coming off of. The 'Vette's tonal range is not as massive as one might get with a good semi-hollow with superior pickups, but its clarity while distorted or clean makes up for it, and it does it better than the rest.
From the tuners to the pickups to the set neck to the knobs to the pickguard to the Bigsby, the guitar is expertly crafted. The sharply beveled mahogany on the Corvette adds artistic distinction--coupled with a glossed, rich, and utterly gorgeous coat over a nice wood grain, it catches the eye; it is not a dull mahogany. The Corvette is thin as an SG, but is more dynamically architectured, and has more weight and substance. The Corvette is superior, no matter who makes the SG, and I love SG's. Nothing about the Corvette is cheap or flimsy. It's solid through and through. Absolutely beautiful to behold and undoubtedly durable as a tank, yet it's a thing of art.
This guitar is the best mid-priced guitar made.....period. Don't waste your time with the Schecters or the ESPs. While Epiphone and Paul Reed Smith make absolute winners in the $500--$700 range (ex.: The Epiphone Korina Flying V or the PRS Single Cut), the Gretsch Corvette, an instrument hardly ubiquitous and made by a seemingly archaic brand in today's age, is the best value I've ever gotten for the money spent on a guitar.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Rocks

By riskyrisky

from Seattle

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Light Weight
  • Nice design
  • Solid Electronics
  • Solid feel
  • Unique Mega 'Tron pickups

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Rock Concerts

    Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

    This is a fantastic instrument. Though it's an Electromatic, it's at the head of the class. A great mid-price guitar with a high-end sound and feel. It's light-weight, has a unique look and sound, and feels solid in your hands.
    It's just a marvel to play and listen to with its wide ranging tone.
    I could go on with this love letter to my guitar, but I digress. You have to play it to believe it.

    (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    A Great Gretsch For the Price

    By GLENN

    from CHILLICOTHE, MO

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    Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

    I thought that I'd never own the "Vette" until I played one. Now I'm sold, the MegaTron PUs are the best, a perfect match for the guitar and the Mahog wood. Its light to wear, very easy to play due to short and comfy scale neck and should wear like iron. Thanks Gretsch !

    (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Promising but challenged

    By Jazzbo

    from Hudson Valley, NY

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    Pros

    • Good Feel

    Cons

    • Fret Buzz
    • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

    Best Uses

    • Playing guitar

    Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

    I really really wanted to like this guitar. The color, weight, neck, the pick ups, the vibe, the controls and the vibrato are exactly what I wanted in a guitar. Unfortunately, the guitar body is made from three pieces of mahogany. The one that was sent to me was made from different colored pieces so that the guitar was 2/3rds dark cherry stain, and 1/3rd light cherry. There was enough difference to be annoying. In the woodworking trade, it would have been rejected as a second. The wood blank used for the body should never have been given a transparent finish. Maybe if the two colors were separated by a metal strip or a painted stripe, it would have looked as if the flaw was intended.
    Secondly, the first fret E string fretted out and the neck pickup was stuck in place. These could be fixed if I kept the guitar, but with the blemished wood, it wasn't worth it. It is not an inexpensive guitar, but this one had all the qualities of one.
    Bottom line: try to get a good look at the one you're buying and expect to have to make major adjustments to get it to play well.
    I'm still jonesing for one though. Maybe later.
    Musician's Friend were champs all the way through the process. With the exception of drop shipping the product sight unseen, and the horrible set up, everything else about transaction, buying and return went well.

    (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    PRS quality in a Gretsch...

    By Vince Dees

    from CT, USA

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    Pros

    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Solid Electronics

    Cons

    • None That I Can Detect

    Best Uses

      Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

      I have always admired Gretsch pickups...but could not afford an American Gretsch...(guitar prices are assinine these days)...and the look of the Corvette is compelling...so I took the plunge via MF who you can trust...when it arrived (as a gift from my wife)...the first reaction was that it felt as solid as an older PRS I had some years ago. This does not feel Fender-ish or Gibson-ish...but Smith-ish.....lol....and I don't mean that in a bad way...it just feels like a PRS...you know what I mean......quality to the touch....

      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      WOW!

      By NI0uDA5Kv

      from Pensacola, Florida

      Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

      WOW! My first real guitar was a single pickup Gretsch Corvette that I played in bands and made some serious money in the 60?s. I couldn?t resist buying the new G5135 Electrometric. The old Corvette was amazing, but the new one is beyond belief? The sound, playability and quality are flawless. The weight and stability when standing with a strap on this axe is just like the old one, which is the simply the best. I don?t have another guitar that compares and I have the majority of ?em. But, don?t believe me or anyone else until you?ve played it for yourself.

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Love at 1st sight

      By Roscoe

      from Baltimore,MD

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Great look
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing
        • Recording
        • Rock Concerts
        • School Bands
        • Small Venues

        Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

        plug and play right out of the box.no adjustments needed. Even the strings that came on the guitar are good. I highly recommend this guitar. For the price you can't beat it. It's maybe a notch below my Les Paul...maybe

        (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Finally Got One!

        By PBall1

        from Edneyville, NC

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        Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

        I was fortunate enough to buy a Gretsch Corvette Electromatic in Mint condition in a pawn Shop for a great price. I love the appearance and feel of this Guitar. The pickups are really different from humbuckers I'm used to. The tone is really something else and I can see it working for me in many different settings from Church to Blues jams to freestyle rock guitar solos. The Bigsby is great and you simply have to stretch the strings properly before doing a gig with it. I would recommend this guitar to anyone who wants a unique look (very retro and chic), and a sound not like everyone else has. I chose it because it looks like something Keith Richards would play and I have had great experiences on my friends old Gretsch Committee model guitar. I also own a Gretsch Banjo that is 30 years old, so you can't go wrong with Gretsch. I have large fingers but the smallness of the fingerboard is like a special treat . It is no problem at all. The Guitar responds well , clean or distorted, through my Polytone amp which I've owned for 22 years. I would definitely recommend this Guitar to anyone.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Real Guitar

        By Willie...

        from USA

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Practicing
          • Recording
          • Rock Concerts

          Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

          WOW! My first real guitar was a single pickup Gretsch Corvette that I played in bands and made some serious money in the 60s. The old Corvette was amazing, but the new one is even better. The sound, play-ability and quality are flawless. The weight and stability when standing with a strap on this axe is just like the old one, which is the simply the best. I do not have another guitar that compares and I have the majority of them. Do not believe me or anyone else until you have played it for yourself.

          (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Such a great sound for all genres!

          By samrueen35

          from Omaha, NE

          About Me Novice

          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Feel
          • Good Pick Up
          • Good Tone
          • Solid Electronics

          Cons

          • None

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Practicing
          • Rock Concerts
          • School Bands

          Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

          I recently picked up this gem at my college music sale, and I instantly fell in love with it! The sound and feel to it is just extraordinary! Even though I'm just a noobie at guitar (I have been playing for about 4 years now, and I play rhythm) this guitar has been amazing and one of my all time favorites! The next Gretsch that I will be saving up for is the Duo Jet, so get ready Mr. Harrison, we will be rocking together sometime soon!

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Changed a

          By cdbk

          from North Mississippi

          Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

          Very good guitar for the money. I have always played on fender guitars, but I had a friend who owned this guitar (that I bought from him). I was looking for a different guitar sound and was looking at getting a jazzmaster or something close. The first thing I noticed is how the strings feel. It feels like a thin-neck Gibson, but has some Fender thrown in. I don't know how to describe it. It has awesome tone variety but never buzzes like the single coils. At the top pickup it has a good jazzy clean or deeper solo distortion sound. In the middle, a very nice chorusy clean or all round good rhythm sound. At the bottom, a nice cut-through, biting overdrive or clean country lead sound. Well made guitar for the musician on a college-kid budget. Most awesome for the price and a nice mix of Gibson and Fender sound and playability.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Amazing Pickups

          By Anonymous

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

          I've owned this guitar for about a year now and I love it! It is amazing playing everything from blues to metal. The really incredible part of this guitar is the pickups though; you can have the playability of low tension and light gauge strings but without the buzzing you'd get with lesser instruments! Even in drop D!

          (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great for all ages

          By JN

          from Pasco, Washington

          About Me Experienced

          See all my reviews

          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Pick Up
          • Good Tone
          • Solid Electronics

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Jamming
            • Practicing
            • Small Venues

            Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

            My 9 y/o son plays pretty advanced guitar. I bought this guitar because he likes playing Sleepwalk (Les Paul Version) & Sambati(Santana Version) by Santana & he needs the Vibrato. He was playing a Les Paul Junior before this only. Now he plays 60% of his songs on the Gretch, 20% on the LPJ & 20% on a Taylor Accoustic Electric for songs like Greensleeves, Scarborough Fair, Andante, & other classics. Worth everything we paid for it. Can't wait when he is big enough to be able to play the big hollow Gretch or Big hollow Hofner. He will be playing in public in March with the Gretch as he has played piano in public in the past. Nice Twang to the Gretch.

            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Good Job Musicians Friend!

            By jarv

            from australia, melbourne

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Good Feel
            • Good Pick Up
            • Good Tone
            • Solid Electronics

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Jamming
              • Practicing
              • Recording
              • Rock Concerts

              Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

              This guitar is great! I bought this guitar about 7 days ago and it arrived in great condition and i live in australia! this guitar looks and feels awesome, worth every penny! for the quality of the guitar it is a great deal. If your looking for a guitar that not only sounds great but looks amazing this is the one for you

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Holy You-Know-What

              By Anonymous

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

              This is quite possibly the best guitar I've ever played and trust me, I've played a few. My dad bought a Gibson LP last summer and I think this guitar sounds just as good if not better for less than half the price. The Bigsby on this guitar is mind-boggling since the guitar is so thin. So far it has kept it's tune very well. Re-stringing this beast is so easy compared to my Ibanez and the Gibson. The pick-ups are awesome, I don't think I'll ever replace them because I can get all kinds of sounds out of them. From Billy Gibbons' mean, squealing blues to thick jazz guitar to bright 60's clean tones this guitar can do it all and is really easy to play. Not to mention it just looks beautiful.

              (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              My New Baby: Snowflake

              By Anthony Long

              from Harlan, KY

              Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

              I love Snowflake. Enough said. I had been looking for a sound different than all the Les Pauls and Ibanez guitars flowing through where I live, but never knew what to get. Then, I found out one of my hero's (Jack White) played a Gretsch so I decided to go for it. I do NOT regret it.
              I got this beauty a week or so ago and love it. I even gave it a name: Snowflake. Everything is wonderful. The only thing I dislike is my neck pickup. Its very quiet for some reason. I may change it soon. But it still, it sounds amazing, I just need to turn it up a bit more when I use the neck pickup.
              The guitar is pretty well made, aside from my input jack constantly falling out. Thats a pretty easy fix though. But its irritating that its like that.
              The sound I get from running Snowflake through my amp compared to the the $650 I paid for it is completely one sided. Other than the pickup and input jack, its a magical sounding instrument.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Amazing value: great guitar at any price

              By Anonymous

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

              I've liked the look of these for a long time, and finally bought one of the limited-edition natural mahogany finished versions. It's exactly like this "normal" version except for the color. It's extremely light weight (as thin or even slightly thinner than an SG), but the sound is HUGE. The pickups are NOT budget pickups. They have a very, very punchy, slightly percussive quality to them that just begs for rockin' out. The louder you go, the better it sounds. The neck is just wonderful. Fretwork was outstanding--better than my two really, really nice Fenders. All hardware is just fine. Everyone that sees the guitar asks about it. Everyone thinks it's a cool, rockin' guitar from the start. And once they hear it, that opinion just grows. It's an amazing value. I really don't like buying sight-unseen, especially when I've never even played a guitar of the same type. But I took a risk with this one, and it payed off big-time. Get it now. You won't be disappointed. It BLOWS AWAY similarly priced Epiphones and Squier guitars.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Awesome

              By Corvette

              from Washington

              Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

              This is and awesome guitar i bought it from a shop near my cabin and loved it ever since ihad no problems so far except that the input on it was losse and basically falling off but with a little adjusting and tweaking i got it back on with no damage to the instrement Buy it you wont be sorry

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Gretsch Corvette

              By Anonymous

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

              The gretsch corvette is absolutely beautiful. Sexy guitar. And what makes a guitar more sexy is a great sound. And this guitar has it. Great neck, jumbo frets. Which I like, but some people like slim small fretted guitars. The Bigsby makes the guitar wonderful. People generally complain about the Bigsby, but it just takes practice. Overall this guitar is the best for it's price.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Good for the Price

              By Scubaman

              from Fallon, Nv

              Comments about Gretsch Guitars G5135 Electromatic CVT Electric Guitar:

              I bought one and enjoy it very much. Put better strings on it and it sounds great. Only problem is intonation is off a hair and adjustments are at max. Other than that is is a quality fun guitar. Pick-ups are hot and sound great.

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