The name Gretsch brings to mind so many different things. From awe-inspiring electric guitars to earth-shattering drum kits, stunning folk instruments to classic grooving basses, Gretsch has left their mark on a lot of instruments since their founding in 1883. It's probably because they've focused almost exclusively on quality and innovative manufacturing techniques, allowing them to reach across so many diverse areas of the industry. A leading manufacturer with a reputation for being one of the best in the business, Gretsch has a sound that just can't be replicated.
So how do you want to bring out your full potential with a Gretsch? If it's with an electric guitar, check out the spectacularly designed Custom Shop 10th Anniversary Duo Jet NOS Electric Guitar. Part of an extremely limited run of only 10 produced, this red pearloid guitar is crafted of only premium parts for a captivating tone and features dual Seymour Duncan DynaSonic pickups with three-way toggle switching. And with its Synchro-Sonic bridge with "Cadillac"-style "G"-logo tailpiece and absolutely captivating styling, this is an instrument that will grab the attention of everyone around until the last note is played.
More interested in something a little more unconventional, like a classic mandolin? Then you'll love the G9310 New Yorker Supreme Mandolin. Vintage in look and feel, this instrument has a gorgeous mahogany body as well as a solid spruce top for an enthralling, full-bodied sound. It also features a "clam-shell" tailpiece, nickel hardware, and a rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays to complete the look. No matter how you plan to play it, this mandolin will take you on a journey.
You'll also find clothing and collectibles in this section as well, allowing you to completely live the Gretsch lifestyle. T-shirts, hats, and barstools can all be purchased here, so you can deck out your look or jam space exactly as you've always wanted.
Gretsch continues to be a heavy-weight in the industry decade after decade. Played by legendary musicians like Billy F. Gibbons, AC/DC's Malcolm Young, Phil Collins, Tim Armstrong of Rancid and so many others, the list of Gretsch artists continues to grow every year. So whether your goal is to work your way on to that list, or you simple want a top-quality instrument to jam on solo, you'll be more than happy with what you can achieve with a Gretsch.