Gretsch Synchromatic Malcolm Young Jet Guitar
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-11-28)
Price : US $535.00
This auction is for my prized Malcolm Young signature duo jet by gretsch. It is from the Synchromatic line of guitars. There are some light surface scratches on the back-light. Bidding starts at $250. $50 shipping
This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-11-28)
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Eliott M said...
Gary wells is obviously a moron. These guys cannot tell a guitar from a broom, as long as it's made in US, it's good. ROFL.
Gary Wells said...
This is the cheaper Korean made Gretsch G1910 Synchromatic Double Jet with natural maple top, luan back/sides, bolt-on maple neck, Grover type tuners, Badass wraparound bridge and full sized Gretsch Electromatic pickups. These guitars usually weigh 8+ lbs. They cost $499 new from Guitar Center and were only made from 1998-2002 (Pre-Fender). G1910-Natural Maple top, mahogany brown back, and maple neck. G1921-Black top, back and neck. G1922-Silver Sparkle top, mahogany brown back, and maple neck. G1923-Vermillion Red top, back, & neck. The new Gretsch Electromatic Double Jets are made in China 2006-2010, have weak mini-humbuckers, cheap Chinese made Bigsby tailpiece, crappy tuners, Chinese switches/wiring, and a set mahogany neck. Gretsch/Fender screwed the pooch on this one. I refuse to buy a guitar made by Chinese Communist. G5245T-Black top, mahogany back & neck. G5246T-Silver Sparkle top, mahogany back & neck. G5248T-Gold Sparkle top, mahogany back & neck.
That's not even a "Malcolm Signature" Gretsch. It's definitely not even a pro level Gretch. I don't see the signature, and the headstock is completely different. Also, what's with the metal plate on the back of the neck? Is that a bolt on? — RETARDED