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Gretsch Guitars Professional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar Black 

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Overview
  • Single-cutaway semi-hollow mahogany body
  • Arched laminated maple top
  • One-piece mahogany neck
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That Gretsch sound . . . with 'tude.

In the G6128T Power Jet, Gretsch has modified the classic Duo Jet with a bound single-cutaway chambered mahogany body, arched top, one-piece mahogany neck and bound ebony fingerboard with Neo Classic™ thumbnail inlays. Other features include dual TV Jones® Power’Tron™ pickups, three-position pickup switch, three-position master tone switch, silver plexi pickguard, bound headstock with pearloid Gretsch® logo inlay, Grover® Sta-Tite™ tuners, pinned Adjusto-Matic™ bridge, “G”-cutout tailpiece, and mahogany stain finish with jet black top. Includes case.

Features
  • Single-cutaway semi-hollow mahogany body
  • Arched laminated maple top
  • One-piece mahogany neck
  • Ebony fretboard
  • 22 medium-jumbo frets
  • Neo-Classic™ thumbnail position markers
  • TV Jones Power'Tron pickups
  • 2 pickup Volume, 1 Master Volume, 3-position pickup toggle
  • 3-Position Master Tone Switch: Position 1. Medium Level, High Frequency Roll Off. Position 2. Switch Out of Circuit, Pickup Wide Open. Position 3. Slight Level, High Frequency Roll Off
  • "G" arrow knobs
  • Chrome-plated hardware
  • Grover® Sta-Tite™ tuners
  • Pinned rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge
  • Gretsch® G-Cutout tailpiece
  • Schaller strap locks
  • Multiple body bindings
  • Silver Plexi pickguard
  • Deluxe hardshell case

Vintage Duo Sonic with added edge. It's cool. Order today.

 

Professional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • 24.6" scale length
  • 12" fretboard radius
  • 1.6875" nut width
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Gretsch GuitarsProfessional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar
 
4.8

(based on 5 reviews)

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Gretsch Power Jet

By SoCalPunk

from SoCal

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Tone
  • Light Weight
  • Looks good

Cons

  • No Tone Knob
  • Pickups Too Hot
  • Poor Pick Up

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Punk Clubs
  • Recording
  • Rock Concerts
  • Small Venues

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Professional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar:

Bought this on the road a couple of years ago. It is light weight, has a thin neck and was built to play rock n roll.

The pickups are very bright and too hot for what I need them for. Replaced them with TV Jones Classics. I also modded the two volume knobs into two tone knobs with one master volume. Removed the tone switch permanently.

This is my favorite guitar. My hero Tim Armstrong plays a Gretsch, but I don't care for the hollowbody sound. This Jet fits in well with my Les Pauls, my Junior and my Telecasters.

Some people enjoy the brand because of it's vintage quality may or may not like this guitar. Old school wiring with modern sounding pickups. I dig it because it plays perfectly and is just right for my body, hands and arm length.

Great rock, punk and blues guitar. I would recommend this guitar to anyone. A little steep on the price and you might have to mod it a little. But it is worth it. I don't always get compliments on my rig, but when I do they are mostly towards the Gretsch.

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(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Gretsch Power Jet > Gibson, Fender, other Gretsch guitars...

By Studogg

from Little Rock, AR

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Professional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar:

Without a doubt, if I had to sell all my electric guitars except one, THIS would be the one I would keep. I have Les Paul, Strats, Teles, and none of them compare to this guitar!!!
Simply put, this is the best electric guitar I have ever owned. Plenty of tones variations and plays amazing!
Better attention to deatil than ANY of the Gibson or Fenders I have bought lately.
It is a little pricey. BUT, it is TOTALLY worth it if you can get a good deal on a used one. Worth EVERY single penny.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

AMAZING GUITAR!!!

By Studogg

from Little Rock, AR

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Professional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar:

Just a BEAUTIFUL looking, sounding, playing, feeling, guitar!!! I love it!!
These TV Jones pickups, in combination with the extra tone switch, offer pretty much any sound you could expect to get out of a semi-hollow guitar with humbuckers!!! It can get that Kings of Leon sound, that classic rock sound, that Coldplay sound, etc..... This guitar is AWESOME!!! It is also WAY better than the Duo Jet models. I have owned both. Trust me.
Forget your past notions about buying a guitar that was made in Japan. The quality of this guitar is better than ANY of the several high end American made guitars that I have owned.
Let's face it. ALL great guitars are expensive these days. But, as guitars go, you get as much bang for your buck as possible with this guitar!

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just Gigged It!!!

By SoCalPunk

from SoCal

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Professional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar:

I just got back from a gig bout an hour ago, cant sleep, figured i'd write a review. Borrowed this power jet from a friend and it rocks! I dont like reviews with all 5's, but i really think this guitar deserves it.features: this guitar is chambered, thus creating more sustain. that coupled with these pickups creates a massive amount of midrange... something most les paul s cant do for you. the 3 volume knobs are a unique feature. one for each pup, one master volume, 3 way pup selector and a tone selector. i dig it. slim neck, great fit and finish, and locking tuners plus straplocks! quality: this guitar is built like a gibson. if it wasnt for the sticker i wouldnt know it was made overseas.value: like i said, i thought it was american made by playing it.. and priced at less that 2 grand, beats the heck out of the les paul standards and traditionals by a few hundred bucks minimum! plus there is no cheap satin finish, its all gloss.the tone knob may be the one hang up for some people. if you dont like you tone to be pre set for you, or if you play with ur tone knob live, you might get a little frustrated. down is normal tone, middle is bass cut and up is high cut. some great combinations can be found when you start playing with the tone and pup selectors.gotta check it out. buying one in a few months.

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(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wake up Gibson!

By Suboc

from Florida

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Professional Collection G6128T Power Jet Electric Guitar:

Retro is in! I'm shure most people think that Gretsch (Fender)is just trying to get a piece of the action by offering so many Jet models. Well they're wrong! Thank you Fender for producing a 21st century guitar that shines in every aspect. We now have a trouble-free bridge, just amazing TV Jones (USA-made) pickups, a comfortable and pretty fast neck, low action and Grovers that keep you in tune. Craftsmanship is absolutely superb. This instrument is very well balanced and lightweight, just like a high end Gibson LP model. Believe it or not, I play mine mostly through a Krank Rev. amp. The power'trons are fantastic. I'm getting smooth Jazz and Blues tones in the neck position and Rockabilly/Surf to 70's Hard Rock (AC/DC'ish) at the bridge. And there's no humming, buzzing or crackling!The only negative thing I'm able to come up with is that his guitar is made in Japan. I'd prefer to see the whole profit off the sale of this not so cheap guitar to flow into the US economy.I own 5 Gibsons, love them to death and would never sell them but now we have a serious contender that is no retro-joke!

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