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Gretsch G6114A New Jet
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Publié le 08/26/06 à 04:41
MODEL Made in Japan (trs their makers are counted), the famous TV Jones humbuckers coils equip this beautiful guitar with a solid mahogany table Saddle flame. The bridge is a bridge type TUNE O MATIC tailpiece and a tailpiece GRETSCH. The handle is in two parts providing a better solidity this one, two volumes, one for each pickup, one volume knob and finally a gnral of tonality with that you add a 3-position slecteur microphones, and mcaniques oil baths and super prcises hop, you play! In short a superb guitar with high-end finishes.

UTILIZATION

The handle is a rve, Access in acute because the handle is attached top the box the 16th box. The ergonomics are as good as Lespaul with less weight on the shoulders which is enjoyable. Especially since the body with cavities which increases his reason and his part in the typical Gretsch without the problem of feedback MODELS half of body.
To get a good sound you just plug it and play :-) Srieusement can all afford to sound clear and crystalline as its most Rock, sounds more like jazz. In short it is versatile.

SOUNDS

ME TO-DO-RE!! This is the GRAND GRETSCH SOUND!

OVERALL OPINION

Too bad she is no longer in the catalog GRETSCH and is so difficult to find because it is a great guitar, too mconnue but made the picnic a lot of other models. The pickups are TV Jones bluffing!!
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