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Gretsch Corvette 6132 (1967)
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Gretsch Corvette 6132 (1967)

Other Shape Guitar from Gretsch .

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omeglass64omeglass64

Gretsch Corvette 6132 (1967)Published on 11/02/09 at 14:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
GRETSCH manufactured in the USA in 1967.
solid body Gretsch 6132 <span>double</span> red cherry <span>pan asymmetric chamfered.
Not devibrato</span>
Floating bridge
Handle fairly thick
21 frets
One simple micro GRETSCH HI LOTRON placed near the bridge
A volume knob and a tone
<span>Mechanical Asymmetrical 4 keys and 2 keys down at the bottom (not as in photo)</span>

UTILIZATION

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</span> <span>Handle very nice. Ergonomics kidding. Falls well under the hand while standing.
Very slight despite the fact that it is a solid body.
Access to the treble is very good.
Sound without amp reveals excellent sustain and resonance amazing and an excellent balance......
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GRETSCH manufactured in the USA in 1967.
solid body Gretsch 6132 <span>double</span> red cherry <span>pan asymmetric chamfered.
Not devibrato</span>
Floating bridge
Handle fairly thick
21 frets
One simple micro GRETSCH HI LOTRON placed near the bridge
A volume knob and a tone
<span>Mechanical Asymmetrical 4 keys and 2 keys down at the bottom (not as in photo)</span>

UTILIZATION

<span>

</span> <span>Handle very nice. Ergonomics kidding. Falls well under the hand while standing.
Very slight despite the fact that it is a solid body.
Access to the treble is very good.
Sound without amp reveals excellent sustain and resonance amazing and an excellent balance between treble and bass and midrange warns of what can obbtenir with an amp.
With my Fender the Twin Tube is really a killer. Clear sound (nothing to do with a stratovolcano at least recently) that reacts to perfection according to the nuances dictated by the fingers of the guitarist. Depending on the power given by the fingers, the sound tends to become fat without saturation or even at crunch amp. Each note is super clear and arpeggios sound incredible.
With a bit of saturation gives a blues sound, which is, after increasing the gain, enter in the register of his beloved AC to DC by former .... even if we push further destroy but with a constant sound and rigorous definition ..
The good sound is easy to obtain (at least with my tube amp).</span> <span>

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OVERALL OPINION

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</span> <span>I've had it three days. It is a rare model since 1967et in super condition. I bought in the U.S. and am delighted.</span> <span>

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omeglass64omeglass64

Gretsch Corvette 6132 (1967)Published on 07/28/10 at 14:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in the USA in 1967
Floating Bridge
Channel round and thick enough
22 Frets
1 Micro Hi LOTRON Gretsch single coil in the bridge
1 Volume and 1 Tone

UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant
Guitar slight
Access to acute
The sound is good all the time but lacks a bit of fishing

SOUNDS

Its highly crystalline and pure with heat
On The Twin tube amp AC does well
No effect and guitar background
Nice presence of each note is clearly defined

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months

A U.S. vintage in excellent condition at the new price is a Korean mega deal ...
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Made in the USA in 1967
Floating Bridge
Channel round and thick enough
22 Frets
1 Micro Hi LOTRON Gretsch single coil in the bridge
1 Volume and 1 Tone

UTILIZATION

Channel pleasant
Guitar slight
Access to acute
The sound is good all the time but lacks a bit of fishing

SOUNDS

Its highly crystalline and pure with heat
On The Twin tube amp AC does well
No effect and guitar background
Nice presence of each note is clearly defined

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 8 months

A U.S. vintage in excellent condition at the new price is a Korean mega deal
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  • Manufacturer: Gretsch
  • Model: Corvette 6132 (1967)
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2009

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