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G6120-1960 Nashville, Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Gretsch in the Nashville series.


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  • Manufacturer: Gretsch
  • Model: G6120-1960 Nashville
  • Series: Nashville
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/19/2006

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Gretsch G6120-1960 Nashville user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Pétouchki05/30/2006

Pétouchki's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gretsch G6120-1960 Nashville
Japan
I say 22 frets rather than 24
Bigsby vibrato and floating bridge
2 humbuckers (Dual High Sensitive Filtertron)
on each volume, a master volume, two selectors microphones (each with three positions: 9 by multiplying the possibilities)
very good finish

UTILIZATION

As my neighbor, I would say:
Handle very nice, the ebony fingerboard gives a very good definition of notes, access to acute is relatively easy, although not remarkable either, good ergonomics and weight suitable thickness, insensitive to feedback, as to sound is a marvel; serious micro soft (not as much as a PAF) ideal for his jazz (Charlie Christian, or more likely the same as Wes), the middle position gives her a very fendérien almost crystalline, which is ideal for chords and arpeggios, as to the micro acute he knows how convincing the country or rock'n'roll solos but also supports very well the big distos until very large metal.

SOUNDS

Yes, absolutely, it's a real pleasure to hear the big sound (fighter aircraft at low altitude and light aircraft from fairly high in the sky) to discuss the path a little metaphor for the fucking beautiful sound , thanks also to the large Bigsby vibrato which I use quite a bit.
I played on a Vox ToneLab SE (tube) + über Metal (sometimes) and everything in my mixing desk and live in ProTools.
There are many possibilities of adjustments to the base (for microphones) and each developing different atmospheres (Chet Atkins and / or Hasil Adkins, Stray Cats (with reverb) Cramps (with reverb and modulation, Beach Boys, flapping and as his English sixties, and without wishing to exaggerate it has the same pickups that the model of Malcolm Young Signature Editon, then with a good pedal or a big pre-amp ... I tell you that). In short, if it n ' is not the versatility!
I write 10

OVERALL OPINION

It is true that I use for a short time.
I love his look.
It looks like a guitar.
That's good, because I really wanted a guitar.
I tried a Stratocaster, a Telecaster and a Jaguar.
The price of nine is very high (as I bought it used in a very careful)
Today, I still do it again this election, no doubt
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guitarfly02/08/2008

guitarfly's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gretsch G6120-1960 Nashville
Japan
24 frets with zero fret
Bigsby vibrato and floating bridge
2 humbuckers filtertron
on each volume, a master volume knob of a microphone, a dial tone
very good finish

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice, the ebony fingerboard gives a very good definition of notes, access to acute is relatively easy, although not remarkable either, good ergonomics and weight suitable thickness, insensitive to feedback, as to sound is a marvel; serious micro soft (not as much as a PAF) ideal for his jazz (Charlie Christian, or more likely the same as Wes), the middle position gives her a very fendérien almost crystalline, which is ideal for chords and arpeggios, as to the micro acute he knows how convincing the country or rock'n'roll solos but also supports very well the big distos.

SOUNDS

I play jazz as well as country rock and rockabilly with this guitar is my main guitar, plugged into my Fender Blues Junior
it works wonders in all styles that I practice

OVERALL OPINION

I own this guitar for five years and I am very satisfied, having said that it is still restricted to specific styles of music, (that may not be ideal to play the metal); ago few years I had a Gretsch Tennessean 1623, 6120 and on 60 I found the same feeling, "THE GREAT GRETSCH SOUND "....
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