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Gretsch G1910 Double Jet
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Other Shape Guitar from Gretsch belonging to the Double Jet series.

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  • MalcDomMalcDom

    Gretsch G1910 Double JetPublished on 01/28/11 at 07:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a true Gretsch manufactured in Korea from 1998 to 2002.  This is the Malcolm Young model in natural maple color.

    - Mahogany body
    - Maple top
    - 22 frets maple neck bolted
    - Grover Tuners
    - Wraparound Badass bridge
    - 2 micros Gretsch Electromatic full-size (since changed, see below)
    - Config knobs similar to his model: a volume neck, volume bridge 1, 1 master volume, a microphone 3-position switch, 1 tone 3-position switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The finish is average. The frets are poorly finished with cuffs and tend to hang: necessary correction!

    It is a bit hard to play because of the imbalance between the head and body.

    SOUNDS

    The pickups are a pleasant surpr…
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    This is a true Gretsch manufactured in Korea from 1998 to 2002.  This is the Malcolm Young model in natural maple color.

    - Mahogany body
    - Maple top
    - 22 frets maple neck bolted
    - Grover Tuners
    - Wraparound Badass bridge
    - 2 micros Gretsch Electromatic full-size (since changed, see below)
    - Config knobs similar to his model: a volume neck, volume bridge 1, 1 master volume, a microphone 3-position switch, 1 tone 3-position switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The finish is average. The frets are poorly finished with cuffs and tend to hang: necessary correction!

    It is a bit hard to play because of the imbalance between the head and body.

    SOUNDS

    The pickups are a pleasant surprise: good fishing and good grain typed Gretsch.

    After some time the difference with a "real" Grestch appeared to me too much. So I bought a Filtertron Grestch and knobs that I mounted in place of the original equipment: it approaches the truth!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use in my backup guitar G6131 MY 2 years.

    I love her look and sound perfect after processing ..

    Like less finish, weight and imbalance.

    Excellent value for money
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