2005 Gretsch G6040 MCSS – £1499

Apr 27, 2020 | Alternative

2005 Gretsch G6040 MCSS – £1499

The Gretsch Synchromatic G6040MCSS has the classic look and feel of a vintage Gretsch, but features some modern exclusive Gretsch innovations. The guitar has flame Maple back and sides, with a fine-grained Spruce top, a Maple neck and Ebony fretboard. The pickup is a “High Sensitive” Filter’Tron™ which can take you from smooth jazz tones to classic rock ’n’ roll and rockabilly. The guitar features Gretsch’s innovative chromatic tailpiece, which compensates for different string gauges and equalizes tension across all strings. The result is uniform action across all strings and a very smooth playing experience. It also has a Gretsch synchronized bridge, which optimizes the contact between your strings and the top of the guitar. The result is crystal-clear harmonics and incredible richness and sustain across all strings. The guitar is in excellent condition, and comes in it’s original deluxe hard case.

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