Gretsch Guitars G6120DE Duane Eddy Hollowbody Electric Guitar

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A tribute to the King of Twang.

The G6120DE Duane Eddy Signature Hollowbody is a single-cutaway beauty with classic styling and full, resonant sound that combines features based directly on his original 1957 G6120 model with modern Gretsch features.

The G6120DE’s bound single-cutaway hollow body has three-ply maple back, sides and arched top, with trestle bracing and bound oversized f holes. The three-piece bound maple neck has a brass nut, lacquer finish and slim profile based on Eddy’s original 1957 G6120, and is topped with a bound headstock.

Other features include a 12”-radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium frets and hump-block pearloid inlays; dual DynaSonic™ single-coil pickups with three-position switching; gold plexi pickguard bearing Gretsch logo and Eddy’s signature; modern Tru-Arc™ bridge and Bigsby® B6CBDE vibrato tailpiece with Duane Eddy-style “DE” handle and extra-long string-retainer pins; gold G-arrow control knobs and gold-plated, chrome and polished aluminum hardware; gold-plated Grover® V98G Sta-Tite™ tuners; Dunlop Straplok® system; Desert Sunrise lacquer finish; and deluxe hardshell case.

Features
  • Three-ply maple back, sides and arched top with trestle bracing
  • Bound, oversized f-holes
  • Three-piece bound maple neck
  • Slim profile
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • 12" radius
  • 22 medium frets
  • Hump-block pearloid inlays
  • Dual DynaSonic™ single-coil pickups
  • Dunlop Straplok® system
  • Gold G-arrow control knobs
  • Modern Tru-Arc™ bridge
  • Bigsby® B6CBDE vibrato tailpiece
  • Gold-plated Grover® V98G Sta-Tite™ tuners
  • Hardshell case

Get the signature guitar inspired by the man who made rock guitar instrumentals cool.

 
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