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Gretsch Guitars Reverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar Vintage Maple Stain 

Overview

  • Laminated maple body
  • Arched, laminated maple top
  • 2-piece maple neck
Description & Specs
  • MSRP:
    $4,750.00
  • Your Savings:
    - $1,425.01
  • Your Price:
    $3,32499
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  • JT13125523

    $3,324.99 Private Reserve – Call Our Experts: 866-926-1923

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    7.28 lbs.

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Built to the Reverend's demanding specifications! Features a unique combination of 1955-style Gretsch western motifs and 1958 pickups and controls. TV Jones Classic pickups, pinned Adjusto-matic bridge, Sperzel locking tuners, Bigsby vibrato tailpiece with 1956 handle, and clear pickguard come standard. Gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish.

Features

  • Laminated maple body
  • Arched, laminated maple top
  • 2-piece maple neck
  • Ebony fretboard with 22 medium-jumbo frets
  • TV Jones Classic neck and bridge pickups
  • Bigsby vibrato tailpiece with 1956 handle
  • Sperzel nickel-plated locking tuners
  • Pinned rosewood-based Adjusto-matic bridge
  • 3-way pickup switch
  • 3-position master tone switch
  • Neck, bridge, and master volume controls
  • 1-11/16" nut width
  • Gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Aged vintage western block inlays (cacti, steerheads, and fences)
  • Routed G brand on the body
  • Multiple aged body bindings
  • Aged fingerboard and headstock binding
  • Stained curly maple headstock overlay
  • Inlaid pearloid steerhead and Gretsch logo on headstock
  • Bound, oversized F-holes
  • Clear plexi pickguard with embossed Gretsch
  • G-arrow control knobs
  • Knurled strap retainer knobs
  • Adjustable truss rod

Designed with a legend to be a legendary guitar. Call or click to order today!

 
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Gretsch GuitarsReverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar
 
5.0

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5.0

The Guitar I will Die with

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Reverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar:

I loved the pinned bridge, did have to have some frets addressed, but I am picky, and since I live next door to a luthier, I have all my guitars done. Other than that, me likey.
I love it!, had it set up, and there it was! The sound, the playability, the coolness. Just a very nice guitar. Feels good to hold. Finish takes a bit more care, but it's a big boy guitar.
Little pricey, but, you get what you pay for!

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5.0

The one...

By Gabe Valentino

from Idaho Falls, ID -Austin TX

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Reverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar:

Hello Gretsch Enthusiasts, First off, Id like to comment on the play-a-billytee of the RHH. I've always heard that "real" hollow body patrons prefer a floating bridge. I love the pinned bridge and the locking tuners. It makes intonation maintenance and string changing quick and easy without sacrificing any tone. I also love the 55' Duane Eddy thicker vibrato bar. It has a better feel and seems to resonate tone through the guitar while using or not. I also always recomend the TV Jones classics that will never let you down. If'n yer trying to decide which Gretsch to buy, I have to say that all Gretsch people should have a G6120RHH in their collection. Gabe V, Cowboys n' Engines

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5.0

Really fun to play!

By Bill Waldron

from Toms River NJ

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Reverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar:

I had the opportunity to try out this guitar on a 4 hour gig when our keyboard player purchased it for his collection. He told me he had 30 minutes on it and he wanted to hear it in my hands. What a treat! For the Rockabilly stuff I like to play having all of the tone controls and the Bigsby tremolo bar was a dream come true. My suggestion is to go with lighter strings like .009s instead of the .010s. I had no problem adapting to this guitar in lead or chord work. The frets do need a "polishing in" as mentioned in other comments, however if you are a player you'll polish them from use. If I get the chance to buy this model at a future time( I mean finances) I would make it a weapon of choice. I used it through a classic 68 Fender Dual Showman and it has awesome tone and playing characteristics. Bill Waldron "The Hillcrest Gang"

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5.0

REV. Horton Heat Rocks!

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Reverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar:

This is a great guitar it just exudes cool. The Guitar plays like a dream the neck is super fast and the action is really low. It literally sounds great with all different types of music. From Rock to Metal its a great guitar. I had been playing it through a Marshall TSL 100 Stack but I decided to get a Fender 57 Twin because It's a shame not to play this through either a bassman or a twin. I'm not a RHH fan, not that I dislike him it's just not my cup of tea. This guitar can be used for a ton of different styles and like I said before EXUDES cool. Most people just stare at it it's that beautiful. The one complaint I do have is Gretsch should ship this guitar with a "cowboy" case. I went and bought a real cowboy case because a guitar of this caliber should be pampered. Other than that the value of this guitar is excellent. Rock on!

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5.0

almost perfect

By flowzone

from Dixon, Ca

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Reverend Horton Heat G6120RHH Electric Guitar:

This is my first Gretch and I am pleased that the RHH is well made and has the vintage sound and response I was looking for. I found the frets were not properly finished and polished as I would have expected given the quality of the instrument. This is a hollow body with a heart of soul.

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