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Gretsch Guitars Electromatic Lap Steel Guitar Tobacco Sunburst 

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A smooth sonic blast from the past.

The Gretsch Guitars Electromatic Lap Steel Guitar pulls unmistakable rich tone from a classic electric Hawaiian guitar. Measuring 33-1/2" x 7-1/2" x 1-3/4", this beautiful lap steel features a chrome single-coil pickup with volume and tone controls. Decorative details on the Electromatic Lap Steel like chrome hardware, unique position markers, and a stunning art deco control plate provide sumptuous vintage visual vibe.

Case sold separately.

FEATURES
Chrome single coil pickup
Volume and tone controls
Chrome hardware
Art deco control plate

One of the coolest and most sought-after sounds of the early-mid 20th century. Order today!

 

Electromatic Lap Steel Guitar Specifications:

Body: Slab 
Neck: Luan
Back and Sides: Luan Body, 7-1/2" Wide, 33-1/2" Long, 1-3/4" Deep
Pickups: 1 Chrome Covered Single-Coil
Bridge: Chrome Bar Bridge
Frets: 22
Hardware: Chrome-Plated
Scale: 22.5 (571mm)
Machine Heads: Chrome Open-Gear
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3.0

Looks great but cheaply made

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from England, Oxfoerd

Comments about Gretsch Guitars Electromatic Lap Steel Guitar:

This Lap Steel guitar looks great, sounds great but is very cheaply made. The fretboard is painted on scratches off very easily, also the electrical components are of poor quality. Because I brought this for its cool look I am getting a new fretboard specially made for it by a professional restorer, which is something you are going to have to do if you want any fret markings left.

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