The original Double Jet Electric Guitar was introduced in 1962. Today's model honors that tradition with a vintage Gretsch look and all the features that made the original a favorite. Set neck, semi-h... Click To Read More About This Product
The original Double Jet Electric Guitar was introduced in 1962. Today's model honors that tradition with a vintage Gretsch look and all the features that made the original a favorite. Set neck, semi-hollow mahogany double-cutaway body with laminated arched maple top, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, and Bigsby vibrato. The Electromatic has 2 mini dual-coil pickups that dish out great Gretsch sound.
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This guitar really shows you the rock n roll sounds. It is also perfect for any genre except maybe country. It sounds great!!! The bad news is that this guitar really sucks when it comes 2 the color. Why gold sparkles or the gray. They really suck. The black version is really nice. If you could find this guitar in like a rustic brown which is the color malcom young uses or maybe a red it would be 11 out of 10. Amazing guitar just wished it looked alittle nicer. If you wanna play songs from band like AC/DC OR Led Zepplin or maybe even alittle Stevie Ray Vaughan this guitar would be perfect for you.
Great guitar look s just like the Malcom Young Sig but alot better. Anyone who wants a guitar like that should get it unless your name is Jake then u should get the Les Paul.
Just bought this Double Jet in Gold what a cool finish. Fit and finish are perfect. The double Humbuckers really have a great vintage tone and you can really get a great country twang from this guitar. So I've played through my Egnater Rebel 20 and it really performs.
If you are on the fence about this guitar because you think it might be "cheap", PLEASE read this before you make your decision. I got this guitar used from a guy online. It was completely stock when I received it from him. It was "ok" stock, as far as how it sounded and handled, but what made me really fall in love with this guitar is how it looked. This is an absolutely BEAUTIFUL guitar. I've always been a sucker for a Bigsby tailpiece too =). Anyways, I ended up getting it all set up and replaced the pickups, bridge, tuners, pots, caps, switch, and jack (so...basically everything), and now this thing is, HANDS DOWN, worthy of being called a Gretsch Jet and sounds like one too.