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Gretsch announces the debut of several new Electromatic Series guitars.

The series welcomes nine new models, including two basses and two left-handed guitars.

 

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G5435T Electromatic Pro Jet

 

New to the series are the Black G5445T and Gold G5448T Double Jet models. These double-cutaway guitars have a chambered basswood body and an arched maple top; a two-tone body color scheme; dual “Black Top” Filter’Tron pickups and a Bigsby B50 tailpiece. Other features include a 12” radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and “Hump-Block” inlays; three-position pickup toggle switch; anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge, G-arrow knobs and a white pearloid Gretsch-logo pickguard.


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G5445T Electromatic Double Jet Bigsby

 

The Cherry G5103 and Black G5105 CVT III guitars offer a slim design and sport the original Gretsch “CVT” thin-profile mahogany body design; a bolt-on maple neck that joins the body at the 18th fret, and three Gretsch mini dual-coil pickups. Additional features include three-position pickup toggle switch; 12” radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets; G-arrow knobs and anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge with stop tailpiece.

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G5105 Electromatic CVT III


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G2210 Electromatic Junior Jet Bass

The series also welcomes the Junior Jet Bass. This solid body bass is equipped with classic Gretsch appointments. Features include a 30.3” scale neck; Gretsch mini dual-coil pickup; 12”-radius rosewood fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets; four-saddle bridge and a black Gretsch-logo pickguard. This model is available in Black and Tobacco Sunburst finishes.

 

Also new to the collection are the Two-Tone Sunburst G5434, Black G5435 and Gold G5438 Pro Jet models. These chambered, single cutaway classics, also available in left-handed models (G5435LH and G5434LH), have an arched maple top; a 12” radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and “Hump Block” inlays; three-position pickup toggle switch; anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge and stop tailpiece; G-arrow knobs and white pearloid Gretsch-logo pickguard.

 

The new Electromatic series guitars are available at authorized Gretsch dealers. For more information, and to locate a dealer near you, visit www.gretschguitars.com.

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