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Gretsch Guitars Guitars
Gretsch has been a revered name in the music world for over 100 years. Family owned and operated, they have always strived to provide musicians with the best instruments possible, especially when it comes to their guitars.
Gretsch guitars consistently stand out for their incredible beauty and tones, and over the years, countless performers have been drawn to them. Musicians such as Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Alex Trimble of the Two Door Cinema Club, Malcolm Young of AC/DC, Mikel Jollett of the Airbourne Toxic Event, Brian Setzer of the Stray Cats, and Trever Keith of Face to Face all craft their distinct hooks on these stunning guitars. Now, you've got the opportunity to make your own mark with on the music world with a Gretsch.
Gretsch build guitars for everybody, from professionals who tour the world, to amateurs who jam in the basement. If you're looking for a Gretsch, without a doubt you can find one here. If you're not entirely sure what you're looking for, your best bet is almost certainly to have a look at some of our best sellers. The G6120SSLVO Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar, for example, is an absolute stunner of an instrument. Designed as a customized replication of Brian Setzer's 1959 6120, this guitar offers all the soulful swagger Setzer showcases on stage every night. With an adjustable bridge and the Gretsch Bigsby vibrato tailpiece, you're definitely going to love riffing on this six string.
Another popular option available here is the G5435 Electromatic Pro Jet Electric Guitar. This guitar is highlighted by the Gretsch FilterTron pickups that, along with the arched maple top chambered basswood body, help to resonate that true "Gretsch sound." A great guitar for a young player, this is the perfect guitar to build and expand your playing skills with.
Gretsch has always been known for the sound of their instruments. Legendary among players and collectors alike, these Gretsch guitars represent some of the finest instruments the world has ever had the privilege of hearing.