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1953 Gretsch Duo Jet - Model 6128 -  Black
1953 Gretsch Duo Jet - Model 6128 - Black

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Reference# M13G3007

We think that Gretsch guitars are some of the coolest guitars ever made. They are very different from our regular fare of Fender and Gibson guitars. Maybe, it’s because they were made in Brooklyn, NY…”fuhgeddaboudit!” This particular example is a very early (1953) example of a Duo Jet, Model 6128 in Black. Although these guitars appear to be solid bodies, all of the early pre-1970 Jets were actually heavily routed to keep the weight down. This one even has a cool Gretsch logo on the lower body. What a very hip guitar for its time…and this one does play and sound extremely hip.
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1957 Gretsch 6121 - Orange
1957 Gretsch 6121 - Orange

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Reference# M13G3008

Here we have a beautiful 1957 Gretsch, Chet Atkins, Model 6121 in the iconic Gretsch Orange. This one (as they all did) has all gold hardware except for the Bigsby and bridge. By 1957 this guitar sported the unengraved “humpback “ inlays and no longer had the leather covering on the sides. It still had the horseshoe inlay on the headstock and was also triple-bound on the top and bottom. This is a wonderful example …a great all around guitar.
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1962 Gretsch Silver Jet Model 6129 - Silver Sparkle
1962 Gretsch Silver Jet Model 6129 - Silver Sparkle

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Reference# M13G3005


Here we have another great Gretsch Model 6129. This one is a 1962 Silver Jet in silver sparkle in amazing condition. What a beauty! It’s good to see many younger players are now playing new reproductions of these great iconic guitars…this is the original!
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1963 Gretsch Country Club - Cadillac Green
1963 Gretsch Country Club - Cadillac Green

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Reference# M13G3009

Again, the same year the Beatles invaded…It’s a 1963 Gretsch Country Club in a Cadillac Green finish. If you are a “baby boomer " like I am, you can’t help but get a little excited just hearing the words “Cadillac Green.” Cadillacs of that time period represented an era of overabundance and opulence. They were huge, grand, living rooms on wheels. This Gretsch Model 6196 in Cadillac green, with its rare, lighter green back pad with the gold piping is in pristine condition and most certainly epitomizes that era…what a beauty!
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1964 Epiphone - Willshire Cherry
1964 Epiphone - Willshire Cherry

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Reference# M13E3001

Although the Epiphone company had been around since the mid 1920’s, they didn’t get into guitars until the mid-30’s. In 1957 the Chicago Musical Instrument Company, which also purchased Gibson, purchased Epiphone. That is why there are many similar looking guitars and certainly many of the same parts and hardware. Here we have a 1964 Epiphone Willshire in Cherry. This one sports two mini humbucking pickups …just like a Gibson Les Paul Deluxe. This one is in like new condition and also came with a Maestro vibrato. These guitars are real hidden treasures and play and sound every bit as good as their Gibson counterparts.
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1964 Epiphone Willshire - California Coral
1964 Epiphone Willshire - California Coral

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Reference# M13E3004

All I can say is, “cowabunga dude!!!” This guitar is a 1964 Epiphone Willshire, but what really sets it apart is the killer color of the finish. It’s California Coral. Every once in a while, we get a guitar that just makes you take a step back and say, “wow!” This Epi is surely one of those. These guitars really play and sound great as well.
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1964 Epiphone Willshire - Inverness Green
1964 Epiphone Willshire - Inverness Green

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Reference# M13E3003
Inverness Green is one of the nicest custom colors from Epiphone/Gibson. Here we have a 1964 Epiphone Willshire in that wonderfully rare Inverness Green. This guitar plays awesome and sounds amazing as well.
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1965 Gretsch Nashville - Walnut
1965 Gretsch Nashville - Walnut

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Reference# M13G3011

In 1954 the Gretsch Nashville became the first of several Chet Atkins model guitars and began a lengthy and successful relationship between the artist and the manufacturer. The Nashville has a nominal width of 16” and is 2 7/8” deep, whereas its more famous brother, the Country Gentleman is 17” wide and is 2” deep…otherwise they are very similar in design and concept, save real f holes on the Nashville verses painted f holes on the Country Gent. This example is a beautiful 1965 Nashville in Walnut. It is all original and has the sound that would carry Gretsch for quite some years to come.
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1966 Epiphone Coronet - Silver Fox
1966 Epiphone Coronet - Silver Fox

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Reference# M13E3002

The Coronet was another guitar produced by Epiphone during the 60’s that had a sister at Gibson. This guitar was very similar in concept to the 50’s Les Paul Junior…it just looked completely different. It has the same body shape as the Willshire, set-in neck, one P-90 pickup, with a “bat-wing” shaped head stock, tuners are six on a side. This particular example of a 1966 Coronet is finished in the very rare Silver Fox finish. It’s a very cool looking guitar which plays and sounds just great.
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