Open Box (Blemished) Gretsch Guitars Special Edition G5422T Electromatic Hollowbody Electric Guitar
(Cadillac Green 886830583216)
Semi-Hollow and Hollow Body Electric Guitars
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A double-cutaway hollowbody with Filter'Tron pickups and Bigsby tremolo in special finishes.
When the Gretsch R&D team recently unearthed a Baldwin-era Filter'Tron pickup with knockout punch and phenomenal twang, they incorporated its DNA into dynamic new "Black Top" Filter'Tron pickups, which now endow Electromatic hollow-body instruments such as the G5422T with an electrifying new voice and identity.
The G5422T Electromatic Hollowbody FSR Electric Guitar comes in a factory special run finish. It's a sharp Gretsch guitar with a bound double-cutaway hollow body featuring sound-post bracing and elegant bound f holes. Other features include a maple neck, bound rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and hump-block pearloid inlays, silver plexi pickguard, three-position pickup switch, classic "G" arrow control knobs, rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge and Bigsby-licensed B60 vibrato tailpiece, vintage-style open-back tuners and chrome-plated hardware.
Case sold separately.
- FSR finish
- Bound double-cutaway hollowbody
- Sound-post bracing
- Elegant bound f holes.
- Maple neck
- Bound rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and hump-block pearloid inlays
- Silver plexi pickguard
- "Black Top" Filter'Tron pickups
- Three-position pickup switch
- Classic "G" arrow control knobs
- Rosewood-based Adjusto-Matic bridge
- Bigsby-licensed B60 vibrato tailpiece
- Vintage-style open-back tuners
Choose your color and get ready to strap on something special. Order today.
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- Awesome finish
- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Tone
- British Invasion
- Small Venues
- The Byrds
Comments about Gretsch Guitars Special Edition G5422T Electromatic Hollowbody Electric Guitar:
I typically buy only US made guitars. This is the one exception because a) I couldn't afford a domestic Gretsch ( if they built them) and b) the Korean guitars are finished better than my US Gibsons. The craftsmanship is fantastic and the guitar is a dream to play. The pickups aren't as muddy as I feared they might be, especially being a single coil guy. Excellent.