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Gretsch Guitars G6143 Spectra Sonic
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Features a 3-piece mahogany neck with a 24-3/4" scale and 22 frets. African padauk fingerboard with off-white dot inlays. Chambered alder body with l...Click To Read More About This Product
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Features a 3-piece mahogany neck with a 24-3/4" scale and 22 frets. African padauk fingerboard with off-white dot inlays. Chambered alder body with laminated spruce top. Aluminum Bigsby tailpiece, custom-made TV Jones alnico pickups, Adjusto-matic bridge, master volume and master tone controls, and 3-way pickup switch.
- Chambered alder body
- 3-piece mahogany neck
- African padauk fretboard
- Adjusto-matic bridge
- Bigsby B12 vibrato tailpiece
- 3-way pickup switch
- TV Jones PowerTron neck and bridge pickups
- Master volume and master tone controls
- Chrome-plated hardware
- Pearloid dot inlays
- Inlaid Gretsch logo on headstock
- Multiple body bindings
- Adjustable truss rod
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I have owned this instrument for over two years now. I was very surprised at this guitars sonic range. The TV Jones are the best pick ups I've ever played through. The sustain is incredible. I have a large arsenal of amps here in my studio. I have noticed over the years not all guitars sound their best using certain amps/rigs. This guitar is the exception. The Gretsch Spectrasonic sounds fantastic through any amp/rig. Worth the money.
This is one of the best guitars I've ever owned and I've had a lot of them! The neck on mine is perfect. The PowerTron pickups are a great blend of Gretsch twang and humbucker honk. This is a unique blend of solid body looks and hollowbody-like sound. You can't get one of these from Gretsch now, but TV Jones has taken back production to make them available. A great guitar, a great concept!
this guitar is very cool-looking and sounding and is made of the world's finest tonewoods. However, I would not pay two grand for it, I would pay more like eight hundred dollars, because it does not have as many cosmetics on the fingerboard.