• 1959 Gretsch 6121 "Western Orange"
    Just out of a private Gretsch collection, this is a very rare Gretsch 6121! These rarely show up for sale, and with a pair of phenomenal sounding "Filtertron" humbucking pickups, this is definitely a perfect example of "That Great Gretsch Sound"! The '59 neck profile plays perfectly and the original Bigsby tremolo tailpiece make this an extremely versatile instrument. Similar to round up models, this guitar has all the classic tonal options of a Gretsch hollowbody in a comfortable, Duo-jet Size! If you collect Gretsch instruments or simply want a unique and stellar sounding example, this is a perfect guitar! EXC w/OHSC $5,700.
  • 1964 Gretsch 6120 "Western Orange"
    Just out of a Gretsch collection, this 1964 6120 is one of the cleanest Gretsch guitars we've ever had! The original "Western Orange" finish is vibrant and unfaded, while the binding is fully intact. Similar to the one used by John Lennon in 1966, the pair of "Filtertron" Humbucking pickup deliver a wide array of great tones perfect for everything from country and rockabilly to raunchy rock n' roll. If you're looking for a great sounding 6120 in collector grade condition, this is the ultimate example! EXC w/OHSC $3,995. 
  • 2008 Grestch 6120 CGP Chet Atkins "Orange"
    Part of a limited run of 75 instruments, the "Certified Guitar Player" model can be run in mono or with the unique "Stereo" wiring featuring, which sends the bass and treble strings to separate amplifiers. This guitar honors the legacy of the genre-defining playing of Chet Atkins, and with a G branded maple body, block inlays, and Bigsby tremolo, this is both a stunning work of craftsmanship and great playing instrument! EXC w/OHSC $2,500.
  • 1967 Gretsch Rally "Bamboo Yellow"
    One of the coolest Gretsch finishes of the 60's! This original Rally model features the rare and distinctive "Bamboo Yellow" finish with copper back and sides. This example has a lovely patina adding to the distinctive contrast between the top and sides, all tied together by the original "Racing Stripe" pickguard and truss rod cover. The double cutaway body features a Bigsby tremolo tailpiece and a pair of Gretsch "hi-lo tron" pickukps, and the guitar includes the original Gretsch hardshell case. EXC w/OHSC $2,500.
  • 1958 Gretsch Country Club "Cadillac Green"
    One of the cleanest examples of Gretsch's beautiful "Cadillac Green" finishes we've seen, this 1958 Country Club features rare Stereo wiring. The original "Melita" bridge, "G" Tailpiece, and gold hardware are in fantastic condition, and with a pair of stereo "Filtertron" humbucking pickups, this guitar is a classic example of "that great Gretsch sound"! If you're looking for a clean "Cadillac Green" finished Gretsch, this is one of the finest available! EXC w/OHSC $6,500
  • 1974 Gretsch White Falcon "White"
    A beautiful example of an all original Stereo White Falcon! The stunning gold sparkle binding is fully intact and perfectly compliments the gold hardware, including the original Gretsch branded Bigsby tailpiece. The dark rosewood fingerboard is accented by block inlays, and with an original green pickguard with Falcon design, this guitar is sure to make a statement. The pair of "blacktop" Filtertrons and stereo wiring make this a great sounding guitar in a variety of settings. You don't see many of these come up for sale. EXC w/HSC $5,995
  • Gretsch G6128T-GH George Harrison Duo Jet Limited Edition "Black"
    This is just in from our collection of Beatles gear, this limited edition Gretsch Duo Jet is faithful reissue of the guitar George Harrison used early on with the Beatles. It features two D'armond style pickups, Bigsby vibrato tailpiece, "hump block" fingerboard inlays, and custom George Harrison signature truss rod cover. A must have for any collector of Beatle instruments! EXC w/OHSC $3100