2001 GRETSCH TENNESSEE ROSE GUITAR
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2008-09-17)
Price : US $1,250.
FOR SALE IS A 2001 GRETSCH TENNESEE ROSE GUITAR.IT HAS SOME VERY MINOR FRETWEAR THE NECK IS STRAIGHT WITH LOW ACTION AND NO BUZZ THERE IS ALSO 3 VERY SMALL SCRATCHES NO LOMGER THAN AN INCH ON THE BACK OF THE GUITAR OTHER THAN THAT ITS IN GREAT CONDITION COMES WITH THE ORIGIONAL CASE. HERES WHAT GRETSCH SAYS ABOUT THE GUITAR AND THE SPECS..... One of the most recognizable icons of '60s pop returns in the Gretsch Guitars G6119-1962HT Tennessee Rose Electric Guitar! Silky smooth tone comes from dual HiloTron adjustable pickups. Period-correct laminated maple top helps eliminate feedback troubles. Bound thinline body has simulated f-holes. The ebony-stained rosewood fretboard, chrome hardware, and neoclassic position markers lend gorgeous vintage looks while zero fret, solid bar bridge, Gretsch Bigsby vibrato, and Grover Sta-Tite tuners make it a guitar player's dream.
When George Harrison's Gretsch 6122 fell off his car and was destroyed, he bought the '63 Tennessee Rose guitar that he used on many of The Beatles' live performances; in the ''Beatles For Sale'' and ''Sgt. Peppe
This guitar is sold (sold on 2008-09-17)
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