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[NAMM] 5 New Gretsch Rancher Models

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Gretsch G5022CE Rancher Jumbo Cutaway Electric
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Gretsch G5022CE Rancher Jumbo Cutaway Electric

Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Gretsch belonging to the Acoustic Collection series.

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Gretsch re-introduces 5 Rancher models with their triangular soundhole, in a selection of body sizes, styles and features.

The G3500 features a laminated spruce top with scalloped X bracing and the traditional Gretsch Rancher triangular sound hole, laminated mahogany back and sides, mahogany neck with 20-fret rosewood fingerboard, 1940s-style pickguard with Gretsch logo, compensated bridge with rosewood base, nickel-plated hardware, die-cast tuners and a gloss Natural finish. The G3800 Rancher Orchestra packs those same features into a classic medium-size 21-fret model with a rounded orchestra-style body.

 

The G5013CE Rancher Jr. is a small but powerful model with a Venetian cutaway for access to the fingerboard’s upper reaches and onboard electronics. It too has the same features listed above, with the additions of Neo-Classic thumbnail inlays on the 21-fret fingerboard and onboard Fishman electronics that include a Sonicore under-saddle pickup, Isys+ preamp system with onboard tuner, battery life indicator and controls for volume, treble, bass and phase.

 

The biggest new Rancher is the G5022CE Rancher Jumbo Cutaway Electric, which has Venetian cutaway for access to the fingerboard’s upper reaches and onboard electronics. Features include a solid spruce top with scalloped X bracing and the traditional Gretsch Rancher triangular sound hole, flame maple back and sides, mahogany neck, 21-fret rosewood fingerboard with Neo-Classic thumbnail inlays, 1940s-style pickguard with Gretsch logo, compensated bridge with rosewood base, gold-plated hardware, die-cast tuners and a gloss Savannah Sunset finish. Onboard Fishman electronics include a Sonicore under-saddle pickup and Isys+ preamp system with onboard tuner, battery life indicator and controls for volume, treble, bass and phase.

 

http://www.premierguitar.com/Stream/StreamImage.aspx?Image_ID=CBC57744-14E3-4DE2-8B29-F8C9CDFBF68C&Image_Type=imageGretsch G5022CE Rancher Jumbo Cutaway

 

The G5034 Rancher Dreadnought features a solid spruce top with scalloped X bracing and the traditional Gretsch Rancher triangular sound hole, laminated mahogany back and sides, mahogany neck, 21-fret rosewood fingerboard with Neo-Classic thumbnail inlays, 1940s-style pickguard with Gretsch logo, compensated bridge with rosewood base, gold-plated hardware, die-cast tuners and a gloss Natural finish.

 

 

http://www.premierguitar.com/Stream/StreamImage.aspx?Image_ID=B43E8FF0-5BA8-45B2-AEB3-2B18A7219CFD&Image_Type=imageGretsch G5034 Rancher Dreadnought

 

For more information: www.gretschguitars.com

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