• 1962 Gretsch Bikini Bass and Guitar Doubleneck
    This is one you don't see for sale to often and is one of Gretsch's coolest designs! It features 2-different body choices, either it could be played  as a single neck or a double neck depending on which body or neck you want to use at that point. This is the finest example we have ever seen of this rare guitar. Also included is all the original Gretsch paper work and the clean original hard shell case for each neck. A must for any Gretsch collector or any guitar collector! EXC w/OHSC $8200
  • 1963 Gretsch 6070 "Country Gentleman" Bass
    The 6070 was a high-quality very rare bass, this one is in perfect condition with a single Filter’Tron bass pickup placed near the bridge, 2” body depth, upper-bout three-position tone switch, lower-bout mute switch, bound f holes, dual finger rests, four-string Space Control bridge and “G” cutout tailpiece, built-in string mute, gold hardware, padded back and a massive maple neck with a rather large headstock with two tuners per side. It has an extendable endpin that allowed the instrument to be played like an upright bass. 1964 revisions included a Super’Tron bass pickup, sunburst finish and removal of the endpin. EXC w/OSSC $2150
  • 1960 Gretsch Country Gentleman "Walnut"
    This a beautiful example of a very rare early single cut Country gentlemen. Just out of the collection and one of the best ones we have seen. Features a great playing perfect neck profile, Grover Imperial tuners and a Bigsby tailpiece. A great rare guitar that also comes with the original Gretsch hard shell case. EXC w/OHSC $10,200
  • 1955 Gretsch Round Up "Knotty Pine"
    Just out of a collection is this very rare knotty pine Gretsch Round Up. It features leather tooled cowboy binding, Steer and Cactus engraved inlays.  Also features a great playing large profile neck, two DeArmond pickups for that early Gretsch tone, Beltbuckle campfire tailpiece. Original cowboy strap and its original tweed hardshell case.  EXC w/OHSC $15,500
  • 1955 Gretsch Duo Jet "Black"
    Just out of our collection of Gretsch guitars, this is a great example of a first-year Duo Jet. Featuring early block fretboard inlays, Melita bridge, a pair of Dearmond pickups, and a great playing '50s profile neck. This is a great sounding guitar in all original condition. EXC w/OHSC $6995
  • 1962 Gretsch Clipper "Sunburst"
    A clean example of a 1962 Clipper. The comfortable neck plays great, and with the original Hi-lotron pickup, this guitar sounds great. Included is the original case and paperwork. EXC w/OHSC $1250
  • 1975 Gretsch Country Club "Sunburst"
    This great sounding guitar features a pair of Blacktop "Filtertron" pickups, gold Trapeze tailpiece, and a radiant sunburst finish. this is a great way to own a vintage, American-made Gretsch for less than the cost of a new one. Very Good w/OHSC $1850