Gretsch Guitars: One of the Industry Leading Instruments Produced by the Admired Manufacturer
For years, Gretsch guitars have been leaving their impression on musicians who demand nothing short of perfection. Since 1883, when 27-year-old Friedrich Gretsch founded his little shop in Brooklyn, N.Y., making banjos, drums and tambourines, The Gretsch Company has grown to produce some of the world’s greatest drums and guitars over the span of four generations. With its emphasis on hand-craftsmanship and commitment to quality, Gretsch has pioneered new designs and manufacturing techniques, winning endorsements from some of the music industry’s most respected artists, including Chet Atkins, Bono, Charlie Watts, Neil Young and Phil Collins. As your authorized Gretsch dealer, we offer an assortment of guitars that represent the quality that Gretsch is known for, in the choice of styles that will meet your needs. Our collection includes:
These are just a few of the instruments in our Gretsch collection, giving you the selection that will make it difficult to decide which Gretch electric guitar is the right one for you. It all comes down to sound and the features that will give you the sound that you want for your music style. Choices like our Gretsch Chet Atkins Country Gentleman electric guitar are built with a specific artist in mind. This guitar was created in cooperation of Chet Atkins’ longtime rhythm guitarist and close friend, Paul Yandell, to create an instrument that would mimic one of Atkin’s personal favorite guitars. We also carry other models with the country singer’s name, including the Tennessee Rose guitar.
For a different type of sound, the Tim Armstrong Signature Electromatic Hollow Body electric guitar is designed to be loud and ferocious, like that produced by Rancid founder and punk godfather Tim Armstrong. It is designed to produce huge tone in a bound, single cut-away style that features parallel tone bar bracing with sound post and bound f holes. This stunning instrument is also available in some left-handed models. Some more of the names that you will find on a Gretch electric guitar include Brian Setzer, Eddie Cochran, Bono, Neil Young, and Phil Collins. These endorsements give you a better way of shopping for the right guitar, by making it crystal clear what type of sound they will produce.
If you want even more from your instrument, the Electromatic Jet Double Neck Electric Guitar combines a standard guitar and a baritone guitar into one single-cutaway solid-body instrument. Enjoy playing two Gretsch guitars in a single instrument that has great stage presence!
No matter what your musical style, Gretsch has a guitar that is ideal for you. As a Gretsch authorized dealer, we have a wide inventory available, and all come with the hand-crafted quality that the name Gretsch is known for. If you have problems deciding on a model or you want to check on availability of a model, give us a call at 877-752-8143. We have a knowledgeable staff that can help you. We know what an important decision it is to purchase a quality guitar. We want it to be one that you will always be happy with!
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