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Gretsch G6136T White Falcon
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    Gretsch G6136T White FalconPublished on 05/16/13 at 09:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar Japans, easel space control and classical Bibsby B6.
    Channel and maple body covered with gorgeous white dress. Ebony fingerboard and frets enough fines.Reperes half-moon. Microphones filter Tron humbucker a filter that cuts the high or the boosts. Three pots of cash volume.Guitare full 19 inches, C is the classical ergonomics a Falcon. The guitar is in three color Black White and Gold, nothing missing, nothing superfluous, it's just perfect: 10/10 welcome to the legend

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super fast over its entire length, it may well sail solo unlike G6120 which are rather intended for rhythmic or rockabilly!
    The Bigsby associated with mechanical grooving imperial......
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    Guitar Japans, easel space control and classical Bibsby B6.
    Channel and maple body covered with gorgeous white dress. Ebony fingerboard and frets enough fines.Reperes half-moon. Microphones filter Tron humbucker a filter that cuts the high or the boosts. Three pots of cash volume.Guitare full 19 inches, C is the classical ergonomics a Falcon. The guitar is in three color Black White and Gold, nothing missing, nothing superfluous, it's just perfect: 10/10 welcome to the legend

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super fast over its entire length, it may well sail solo unlike G6120 which are rather intended for rhythmic or rockabilly!
    The Bigsby associated with mechanical grooving imperial désacorde is not, it's delicious! also does not do you buy a gretsch to toy with the Bigsby?
    The guitar is beautifully balanced and surprisingly lightweight. Case 19-inch does not necessarily agree with small jigs, it hurts a little to the right shoulder.
    The guitar already sounds good vacuum and the sound is there whenever we branch on a clear channel, but that is another story ...

    SOUNDS

    The guitar has a huge potential ranging from the Jazz (neck pickup and treble cut filter)
    through the sound characteristic "Gretsch" intermediate position and then when it goes into pickup and boosting the treble guitar out of the mix instantly, it's ideal to ring a small sentence or stand out from the other guitarist .

    OVERALL OPINION

    Six me repeat with this guitar, it's been over thirty years since I played and I tried guitars, believe me ... it is majestic, both in its look than its Black-White and Gold. She enters the top 10 legendary guitars. The finish is impeccable (thank you Japanese), we can blame him to be a little uncomfortable a plateau of the bass drum, but its good features dating from 1957.
    If c 'do it again? without hesitation.
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