Gretsch G6120 Nashville

Gretsch G6120 Nashville

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

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  • Manufacturer: Gretsch
  • Model: G6120 Nashville
  • Series: Nashville
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/31/2003

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Gretsch G6120 Nashville user reviews

Average Score:4.5(4.5/5 based on 1 review)
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PierreMortez's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Gretsch G6120 Nashville
22 boxes. Bigsby Bridge (yeah!;)
2 humbucker pickups
Tone volume + one for each micro


The handle is quite nice, quite large. But it is not for those who want to play fast! It is rather for those who love beautiful against her by the touch is very nice!
As against the only drawback: it is heavy! CA CREVE BACK!


I mainly play rock in a broad sense. In all styles, German keeps his personality and the fact ca. I play on a rivera bonehead with a G major for dly and rev, coming out of 2 speakers separrement Rocktron Velocity 112, in stereo.
The microphone sounds very serious jazz, very round. The Ctrl and tonalite are super effective.
The middle position (2Micros) has a very particular ... It is crystal-clear, beautiful! There is a grain inimitable!
Switch to the micro acute push your amp back, push the sofa and coffee table, made the "duck walk" and shouted "Go, go Johnny!" CHUCK BERRY ressucit and back again!!


In fact my main guitar is a MusicMan LUKE. . Gretsch and this is completely different but in fact just as rock n roll! When you play it ... you make a note and it sounds! It's just beautiful!
For the price, it's still very expensive. I had mine on a super OCCAZ plan ', although now it has dropped a bit I think.

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

Gretsch G6120 Nashville
You will fuck my pear, but when I enter a store, I am planning to never cross a gretsch (must say it is rare here). So, I do not know much about the specs of this guitar. According to the vendor, it is a hollow body maple plywood, made in japan, with a vibrato and a bi-xby slightly shortened pitch. I have not fully identified the wooden button or the microphones. Even if I have a big doubt for filtertron and ebony fingerboard.


First surprise! The guitar is broken. Fortunately, there was his sister who was walking next to her. The seller told me "yeah ... it does not matter all that much happens here," but suddenly a little afraid for the reliability of the machine.

User of a White Falcon 7593, I immediately found my marks with this guitar, except in the high notes, I feel that I have not quite made my mark, probably due to the shortened pitch It's the only thing that keeps me from giving it a ten. For the WF, I really feel to merge with the guitar. Here is a good instrument and I feel at ease.

Always a very good feel for this guitar too. Obviously, Gretsch seems to get used to without fail. It is a mix between ease of hooping and severity of resistance to attack by the plectrum. Very very good, and before many big names in this field.


I found the elements that make me appreciate the Gretsch. The beautiful clean, with a haunting harmonic richness, this side a little paunchy in the low when you join the strings, much in his chair with a sharp softened a bit, which gives it a special aggressiveness ( not absent but not intolerable). There are lots of things you can attack with that kind of guitar. Being all the more pop-rock sounds as U2, Kings of leon, coldplay, or even more stuff so couillus Who, ACDC. Or just the blues. This eats guitars, like her big sister white falcon, all the racks, and this without flinching.


I think it can be a good investment. The guitar is cheaper than a Falcon and again, roughly the same feel, the same sounds and the same benefits / faults. I preferred for a smaller person. It's stupid to say but I felt the same problem on my LP, which makes me think that the guitar is too small for me in length (not in thickness, it is monstrous ^ ^) .

As usual, the price in Switzerland is a joke, but I've grown accustomed to the exit, it's even funnier. The little big

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