• 1955 Gretsch 6130 Round Up "Knotty Pine"
    Your chance to own a rare Knotty Pine Gretsch Round Up for half the price! For some unknown reason someone oversprayed the whole guitar except the fretboard.   This guitar has all the great features including D'Armond pickups, leather cowboy binding, Campfire buckle tailpiece and the Steer and Catus inlays.  It includes its original leather tooled strap and original tweed hardshell case.  EXC- w/OHSC $8500
  • 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 D'Armand pickups for that early Gretsch tone, Beltbuckle campfire tailpiece. Original cowboy strap and its original tweed hardshell case.  EXC w/OHSC $15,500
  • 1961 Gretsch 6120 "Orange"
    This is an extremely clean example of a classic single-cut Gretsch 6120 very similar to the one Brian Setzer uses! Still has the vibrant Orange color and also comes with the original white cowboy case! EXC w/OHSC $8200
  • 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