• 1967 Gretsch Chet Atkins Country Gentleman "Walnut"
    Best known as the guitar used by George Harrison in the early and mid 60's, the Country Gentleman is one of the most enduring Gretsch Designs. This double-cut 1967 example features a fantastic sounding pair of Filtertron Humbuckers, Gretsch branded Bigsy Tailpiece, and painted "F" holes over a hollow body. A replacement Gibson bridge ensure this guitar is well intonated and ready for many more years of use. VG w/HSC $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 $5,995
  • 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