Gretsch

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  1. USED 1973 Gretsch 7660 Chet Atkins Nashville
    $2,395.00

    This is a nice guitar, kind of rare too. We have a Gretsch 7660 Chet Atkins Nashville made in 1973. It features a Bigsby tailpiece, open F-holes, two black top filtertron pickups, Burns gearbox for truss rod adjustment, and Van Zandt tuners. This was made in the USA and is one of the early Baldwin made instruments. It is very clean and nice. The overall condition is excellent. There is some wear on the gold hardware. The frets are fine. It comes in a 1960's Gretsch hard case. I love the neck, with a 1-11/16" nut width and very comfortable slim "C" shape profile. This is a chance to own a vintage, USA made Gretsch without breaking the bank.

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  2. USED 1963 Gretsch 6070 Country Gentleman Hollowbody Bass
    $1,799.00

    Here's a super cool bass that you don't see very often. We have a 1963 Gretsch 6070 Country Gentleman hollow body bass. Featues one single Gretsch Supertron pickup. This is a great sounding bass, perfect for blues, jump blues, jazz, rock, anything you want. The neck feel has a similar profile to an upright bass: BIG and full, and it has that upright bass thump too, even when it's plugged in. Just so cool. Now the downside: it has the typical vintage Gretsch binding issues, which means it's going brittle and crumbling. The previous owner says the binding hasn't changed in the last 20 years, and it does appear to be stable. If it were mine, I would leave the binding alone. It certainly doesn't affect the sound or playability. The finish is original...everything is original for that matter. We are selling it as-is regarding cosmetic issues, but we guarantee that the bass works and plays fine. The frets are in good shape. This bass has had flatwound strings on it its entire life, so the fingerboard is in fine shape. The bass player for the Sons Of Champlin played a bass just like this at the Human Be In in San Francisco, so there's that. There is no case and no stand post.

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