GRETSCH G6119 1962HT TENNESSEE ROSE ELECTRIC GUITAR
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-05-18)
Price : US $861
Welcome to my auction. You are viewing a Gretsch Tennessee Rose Guitar, with the hilo-tron pickups. This guitar is basically a replica of the guitar George Harrison used with the Beatles for some songs, and also for the famous Shea stadium concert. The serial number on this guitar is JT05095421. It was made in Japan in 2005. The guitar is close to brand new condition as it has sat in the Gretsch hard shell case most of the time I have owned it. I have never taken it outside of my home. There are no cosmetic defecst that I can see. There is a master volume control, separate volume controls for each pickup. There is a tone selector switch, and a pickup selector switch. The pickups sound great in my opinion, very Beatlesque. They are low output and have a dynamic single coil jangle. You will also notice the painted on ''f'' holes. The plastic is still on the truss rod cover, and the pick guard, just how I bought it. There is no reserve on this fine guitar so you will get a great deal. No reserve. Please email with any questions. Happy bidding.
This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-05-18)
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