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Gretsch G2420T Streamliner Hollowbody Electric Guitar with Bigsby - Brandywine (NEW)

Gretsch G2420T Streamliner Hollowbody Electric Guitar with Bigsby - Brandywine (NEW)

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Catch the Gretsch G2420T Streamliner hollowbody electric guitar looking and sounding better than ever, with a handful of updated appointments to boot! Guitarists love the sound of the G2420T Streamliner’s revamped Broad’Tron BT-3S neck and bridge humbuckers, as they translate rich, hum-free tones with aplomb. An added push-pull coil-splitting circuit supplies an enhanced palate for tonal creativity, further aided by an array of shaping controls. A new look for the modern G2420T Streamliner is a dressing of Gretsch’s iconic neoclassical inlays up and down the laurel fingerboard, while a Bigsby B60 vibrato tailpiece delivers tremendous old-school pitch bending. Finally, a shift to a soft “C”-shaped neck profile adds a greater element of classic comfort for all players, while a charming selection of available finishes atop the maple-bodied G2420T Streamliner gives each instrument a distinctive elegance.

Gretsch G2420T Streamliner Hollowbody Electric Guitar Features:

  • 100% maple full-hollow body design delivers fantastic projection, brightness, and articulation
  • Nato wood neck with soft “C” profile feels extra-comfortable in hand for all guitarists
  • Easy-playing 22-fret laurel fingerboard boasts iconic neo-classical inlays
  • Dual Broad’Tron BT-3S humbuckers provide rich, full tonality that can growl when cranked
  • Push-pull coil-splitting circuit unleashes sharper single-coil tones in an instant
  • Master volume, master tone, and per-pickup volume controls enable tons of tone shaping
  • Sealed die-cast tuners supply intonation that you can count on
  • Adjusto-Matic bridge is pure in tone and easily adaptable to your playing preferences
  • Bigsby B60 vibrato tailpiece allows for effortless old-school pitch fluctuation
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