Gretsch Guitars G6120SSU Brian Setzer Signature Nashville GuitarProduct #517760 Gretsch Guitars 517760 AAH Semi-Hollow and Hollow Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A customized version of Brian's 1959 6120!
Newly updated with trestle bracing, nickel-plated hardware, and TV Jones Classic pickups, it now precisely matches Setzer's stage guitar and his personal preferences. The adjustable bridge with ebony base and a bound, ebonized rosewood fretboard with thumbnail inlays lend vibrant visuals. A 16" rock maple action-flow neck, Gretsch Bigsby vibrato tailpiece, 3-way pickup selector, master tone switch, plus master and individual pickup volume controls are all finishing flourishes. Includes Gretsch hardshell case.
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- 16" full hollowbody
- Rock maple neck
- Bound ebonized rosewood fretboard
- TV Jones Classic pickups
- Gretsch Bigsby vibrato tailpiece
- Nickel-plated hardware
- 3-way pickup selector switch
- Master tone switch
- Master and individual pickup volume controls
- Includes case
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G6120SSU Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar Specifications:
- Back and Sides: Laminated Flame Maple Body, 16" Wide, 2.75" Deep
- Body: Single Cutaway
- Bridge: Pinned Rosewood-Based Adjusto-MaticTM Bridge
- Frets: 22
- Hardware: Polished Aluminum and Nickel-Plated
- Machine Heads: Deluxe Sperzel Nickel-Plated Die-cast Locking Tuners
- Neck: 2-Piece Maple
- Pickups: 1 TV Jones Classic Pickup (Bridge), 1 TV Jones Classic Pickup (Neck),
- Scale: 24.6" (625mm)
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Comments about Gretsch Guitars G6120SSU Brian Setzer Signature Nashville Guitar:
The only complaint, if you can call it that, is that the guitar is pretty heavy. With that said, the added weight does give it a lot of stability while you're moving and dancing around a stage. It's very easy to play, and has great sustain and tone. I have a Boss Blues Distortion pedal that I use with it. It just sound awesome. Great for rhythem and lead parts. The switches for the pickups give you alot of different color to chose from for sound. It sounds great, stand alone or with an fx box.