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Gretsch Guitars G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar
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      Gretsch Guitars G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar (517762)
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A customized version of Brian's 1959 6120!

Updated with trestle bracing, nickel-plated hardware, and TV Jones Classic pickups, the Gretsch Guitars G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar now precisely matches Setzer's stage guitar and his personal preferences. The adjustable bridge with ebony base and a bound, ebony fretboard with thumbnail inlays lend vibrant visuals. A 16" rock maple action-flow neck, Gretsch Bigsby vibrato tailpiece, 3-way pickup selector, master tone switch, plus master and individual pickup volume controls are all finishing flourishes on the Gretsch Brian Setzer Nashville Guyitar. Gretsch included a hardshell case with the G6120SSLVO Guitar.

Gretsch Guitars G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar Features:

  • 16" full hollowbody
    Laminated flamed maple top, back, and sides
    1959-style trestle bracing
    2-piece rock maple neck
    Bound ebony fretboard
    TV Jones Classic pickups
    Pinned rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge
    Gretsch Bigsby vibrato tailpiece
    Nickel-plated hardware
    3-way pickup selector switch
    Master tone switch
    Master and individual pickup volume controls


Gretsch Guitars G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar Specifications:

  • 16" W x 2.75" D
    24.6" scale length
    1-11/16" nut width
    9.45" radius


Gretsch Guitars G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar

Gretsch® Instrument Limited Lifetime Warranty FMIC warrants your Gretsch brand instrument to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for as long as it is owned by the original retail purchaser, except that pickups, switches, jacks, controls, all other electronic components, tuning machines, hardware, pickguards, plated surfaces, gig bags, cases and case hardware are warranted for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase. This warranty applies only to the original retail purchaser when this instrument is purchased from an Authorized Gretsch Dealer and is subject to the limitations set forth herein. IMPORTANT: PLEASE RETAIN YOUR ORIGINAL SALES RECEIPT, AS IT IS YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE VALIDATING THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. FMIC has established a network of independent Authorized Service Centers for warranty service. The Gretsch Dealer from whom you purchased your instrument may also be authorized for warranty service and should be the first point of contact when service of any kind is required for your Gretsch instrument. To receive warranty service, return the complete instrument to an Authorized Service Center, with your sales receipt as proof of purchase, during the applicable warranty period. Defective components that qualify for coverage under this warranty will be repaired or replaced (at FMIC's discretion) without charge. Remedies beyond normal service repair of any Gretsch instrument require both an evaluation and confirmation of the defect and a direct recommendation to FMIC from an Authorized Service Center for alternative considerations. All transportation, insurance and freight charges associated with warranty service and repairs on Gretsch instruments are the responsibility of the purchaser, as is any service initiated for the purpose of customizing setups or adjustments beyond factory specifications. Initial standard setup and adjustment of the instrument and its components at the time of purchase are considered normal Dealer product preparation, and are not covered by this warranty. See complete details at http://www.gretschguitars.com/resources/warranty.html

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  • G6120SSLVO "ROCKS\

    As reviewed by jonguitar007 on 7/2/2007

    The guitar is a work of art. Gretch gives you complete control over the tone and sound. Setzer's upgrades are a bonus. I can't ask for more in my 50's/60's RB/X band. I've been using a 1968 Fender Telecaster till now.

    13 of 13 people found this review helpful.
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  • Needs A Bit Of Work. Make Sure You Play One Before Buying!

    As reviewed by Guitar Libido on 2/8/2013

    I have owned a number of Gretsches in the past, and am fortunate to own a couple of vintage Grestch 6120s. If you are looking for a guitar akin to, say a '59 6120 Nashville, then the SSLVO is IMHO a different beast. I prefer a chunkier neck and I would describe the SSLVO as "thin", both front-to-back and top-to-bottom. I've heard that the 1959LTV has a slightly different neck profile that may be a bit thicker, but I cannot confirm as I have never played one. In my case, the setup from the factory was poor. There were a number of sharp fret ends that needed to be dressed. There also was a significant bow in the neck. Your mileage may vary. However, I would have to say the worst thing about the SSLVO is the Delrin nut and the TOM bridge. One issue is the radius mismatch between the fretboard (9.5" radius) and the bridge (12" radius). This is easily fixed by filing the bridge saddle slots or going to an aftermarket bridge (Tru-Arc or Compton). The nut is a different story, as most will have to utilize the services of a tech to install a replacement. TV Jones certainly has a following, but their Filtertrons seem harsh compared to my vintage PAF Filters. That's to be expected. I've heard that the TV Jones filters will sound better after breaking in, but it may take years. I also ended up ditching the dice knobs for the G-Arrow knobs, but attains to personal preference. As a whole, though, the guitar gives off that Grestch mojo. I like the fact that it has a lacquer finish. The fretboard wood is wonderful. Nothing else sounds like a Gretsch. I'd give it 3 stars straight from the factory, but would bump it up to 3 and a half or 4 after some work.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Brian owns the best!

    As reviewed by GuitarFreak007 on 5/24/2007

    I love the design of G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Nashville guitar. I really like the dice knobs. The feactures make it worth what it cost. This guitar has a clean and clear sound using the humbuckers. Gretsch has made this a great guitar for those great American guitar players!

    14 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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