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Gretsch G9126 A.C.E GUITAR-UKULELE (Madison 608-405-8770)

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Price: $149.00*

Condition: Used
Item Code: 704832.
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Product Description

The tenor-size Gretsch G9126 Guitar-Ukulele lets any guitarist sweeten the proceedings with beautifully lilting ukulele tones. With six strings tuned “A” to “A” in standard guitar intervals, the G9126 is ideal for extended-range uke arrangements and is perfect for the younger player.

Its premium features include a solid quartersawn mahogany top, mahogany back and sides, one-piece mahogany neck with bone nut, 19-fret ovangkol fingerboard with “snowflake” position markers, Fishman® Kula pickup/preamp system, 17″ scale length, ovangkol bridge with bone saddle, Grover® Sta-Tite™ tuners and “open pore” semi-gloss Honey Mahogany Stain finish. A deluxe fitted gig bag is included. Very Good Condition.

Additional Information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 12 × 5 in

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