Description: Electric Guitar - 1997 Gretsch Nashville 6120 w/P-90s
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This is not your average everyday Gretsch Nashville. This is SUPER modified. Here is a list of changes made from headstock to tailpiece.
gold plated oval button Gotoh tuners
Brass adapter/string ferruls
custom shaped brass nut
Switchcraft long style toggle swith with black switch tip (to compliment the P-90s)
New, thin style 'Nashville' signpost pickguard
Gold plated 'Arrow' knobs (slot-head set screw)
Gibson P-90 'Dog-Ear' pickups (8.15Neck/.25Bridge)
Bigsby aluminum string saddle fitted to a custom fashioned rosewood base
Nickel plated Bigsby B-6 model with '56 style swiveling handle
CTS (500K) pots throughout with old style braided shield, cloth insulated wire
And last, but not least, a routed 'G' brand stained with Bombay Mahogany stain/sealer
This guitar comes with a black strap, hang tag, truss rod adjusting wrench, and western case with tooled leather trim (w/key). I'm also drafting up a document to track this guitar because it's been around the world with me and played in many places. A photo CD tracing the many iterations of this guitar will also be included with many many photos. The warranty card will come with it as well as a copy of the bill of sale from when I bought it from Guitar Crazy.
This guitar sounds and plays fantastic and the new owner will no doubt think he/she stole it for $1,300.00. It is professionally set up with D'Addario 11s. It's loud acoustically, but the tone through my Fender Blues DeVille is crisp and lively. It's a very jingly sound. The P-90s are perfect in this configuration. This guitar has been with me since 2001. It's been quite a trooper.
I hope that this guitar finds a good home. There is a lot of music in her.
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