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Gretsch G6228FM Player’s Edition Duo Jet – Bourbon Flame (Madison 608-405-8770)

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Price: $2,499.99

Condition: New
Item Code: 124973.

Product Description

From the Gretsch Professional Collection comes a cutting-edge update of the company’s vintage classic electric guitar to fuel a new generation of guitarists looking to take their music into the future. The Gretsch G6228 Player’s Edition Duo Jet BT combines the harmonic resonance of a chambered mahogany body and stunning tiger flame maple top with the sonic potency of Gretsch’s full-spectrum Broad’Tron BT65 humbuckers and the stability of their V Stoptail to deliver a staggering range of tone. From shimmery cleans to beastly overdrive, your every wish is this Duo Jet’s command.

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Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 8 × 45 in


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