The Gretsch G7593T Billy Duffy Falcon guitar has immediately become one of the most unique and bewitching White Falcon guitars ever made. Featuring much of what Falcon fans hold dear, Duffy's inimitab... Click To Read More About This Product
The Gretsch G7593T Billy Duffy Falcon guitar has immediately become one of the most unique and bewitching White Falcon guitars ever made. Featuring much of what Falcon fans hold dear, Duffy's inimitable guitar has several unique aesthetic differences that separate it from the rest of the "Falcon" flock, namely its period-correct '70s Baldwin-era styling, pure White gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish, V-shaped Falcon headstock, Silver Sparkle binding, custom wound hot "Black Top" Filter'Tron pickups with three-point adjustable '70s-style metal bezels and Duffy's preferred Bigsby tailpiece.
In addition, Duffy's signature bird of prey features a 17" wide, 2 ¾" deep single cut-away three-ply maple body with a three-ply maple arched top and back and two spruce parallel tone bars and sound post, a three-piece maple/walnut/maple neck with ebony fingerboard, a chrome-plated truss rod cover with Duffy's signature emblazoned on it, a chrome-plated output jack plate, pearloid wide-block fretboard inlays, '70s-style aluminum "G" arrow knobs and a premium gray speckled "Billy Duffy" case. The Gretsch G7593T Billy Duffy Falcon guitar, the tool inspired, designed and built to deliver the ultimate statement of rock 'n' roll nirvana. Includes case.
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Comments about Gretsch Guitars G7593T-BD Billy Duffy Signature White Falcon:
The neck is a bit wider than I am used to so getting comfortable with that took some practice. The instrument sounds better the more you play it. Don't over-wind your strings because that could lead to tuning issues. It does have a bit of that distinct Gretsch sound that is perfect for rockabilly and country but it is more versatile in my opinion and the pick ups seem hooter and more geared for rock. I've played White Falcons before and have loved their sound but never liked all the gold hardware. The Billy Duffy model fixes that problem. Aesthetically, it is the most beautiful guitar I've played