The Gretsch Professional Collection G6112TCB-JR Center-Block 2-Tone is a splendid Nashville Junior model with a thinline body, chambered spruce center-block and gorgeous two-tone finish with a limited... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Gretsch Professional Collection G6112TCB-JR Center-Block 2-Tone is a splendid Nashville Junior model with a thinline body, chambered spruce center-block and gorgeous two-tone finish with a limited production Jaguar Tan top and Copper Metallic back and sides.
It features a beautiful 1-¾-deep single-cutaway three-ply maple body with a 14-lower bout, arched top and back, two-ply black-and-white binding and dual f-holes. The spruce center block, chambered to minimize weight, helps produce a spirited and lively tone, minimizes body-resonant feedback and enables a more high gain-friendly performance. Further, the pinned ebony bridge base extends slightly beyond both sides of the center block, transferring string-vibration energy to the two f-hole-vented body chambers to produce a rich and full-bodied tone.
Other premium features include a bound three-piece maple neck with a U-shaped profile and bound headstock, 12-radius ebony fingerboard with 22 medium frets and pearloid Neo-Classic thumbnail inlays, bone nut, dual High Sensitive FilterTron pickups with three-position toggle switching and G-Arrow volume controls for each pickup, upper-bout tone switch and G-Arrow master volume control, Copper Metallic pickguard with Gretsch logo, Adjusto-Matic bridge with pinned ebony base, Bigsby B-3C tailpiece, Grover Sta-Tite tuners, Schaller strap locks, and nickel-plated hardware. Deluxe hardshell case included.
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Comments about Gretsch Guitars G6112TCB-JR Center-Block Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar:
I am in love with this guitar. It looks beautiful in person. It plays ultra smooth. It has a nice fat semi-hollow tone, but still plenty of honk and chime. I originally bought the semi-hollow Les Paul ES, but the tone felt flat to me, and the neck was a little too big for my small hands. This guitar (medium neck) solved those problems big time. Plus, it's definitely unique. I never thought I'd get a Gretch, but this is easily my number one. I play through a bunch of pedals, and do mostly funk, blues, and rock. It can handle any sound I'm looking for, and I find myself keeping my signal clean more often than I did with my old PRS. Give it a try if you're looking for a semi-hollow that can still cut through the mix.