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Gretsch Guitars G6120SH Brian Setzer Hot Rod Flame Maple Body Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar
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Gretsch Brian Setzer Hot Rod Models are stripped down and built to Brians exacting specs. Now featuring a striking assortment of new colors over a fl...Click To Read More About This Product
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Stripped down and built to Brians exacting specs.
Gretsch Brian Setzer Hot Rod Models are stripped down and built to Brians exacting specs. Now featuring a striking assortment of new colors over a flame maple body. The single-cutaway bound hollowbody has an arched top, 1959-style trestle bracing and f-holes; the maple neck has a bound ebony fingerboard with Neo-Classic thumbnail inlays.
Other features include dual Brian Setzer "Signature" TV Jones pickups, three-position pickup switch, single master volume control, Schaller locking tuners, pinned Adjusto-Matic bridge and Bigsby B6C vibrato tailpiece and Brian Setzer signature on back on headstock, 2-tone body color schemes - matching top and back in primary color with body sides and back of neck finished in secondary color. Includes hardshell case.
- Single-cutaway bound flame maple hollowbody
- 1959-style trestle bracing and f-holes
- Maple neck with bound ebony fingerboard and Neo-Classic thumbnail inlays
- Dual Brian Setzer "Signature" TV Jones pickups
- Three-position pickup switch
- Single master volume control
- Schaller locking tuners
- Pinned Adjusto-Matic bridge
- Bigsby B6C vibrato tailpiece
- Brian Setzer signature on back on headstock
- 2-tone body color schemes
- Includes hardshell case
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Comments about Gretsch Guitars G6120SH Brian Setzer Hot Rod Flame Maple Body Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar:
I absolutely love this guitar. I'm not sure why it is listed as semi-hollow as there is just one very small wood block in the very middle that seems more a support than anything else. Has great tone and is sexy to boot. I tend to strum like a jerk when I am full on rocking and had the E string pop out of place as a result, until I took a small file to that string's groove at the bridge to help it sit a bit
More recessed. Now it's perfect.