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Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Nashville 1966-1967

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Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins Nashville 1966-1967

Gretsch Chet Atkins Nashville made in 1966-1967. The first of several Gretsch guitars with the endorsement of country legend Chet Atkins, the 6120 Chet Atkins Hollowbody is a prime example of the type of guitar most commonly associated with Gretsch. This electric archtop premiered in 1955 with bound F-holes, a Bigsby tremolo tailpiece, and a striking set of finishes. In late 1961, the 6120 switched form a single to a double cutaway design. In 1964, it was renamed the Nashville and was given simulated (painted-on) F-holes like several other Gretsch models in this era. This specific guitar might be one of the first of the Nashville models since it's serial number still indicates 1963. Condition is excellent, looks nice, is in need of a neck reset, the heelcap has some binding issue (a common issue), frets are on the low side, the back pad is missing, newer tuners, the damper has been revised and works great. Includes period-correct hardshell case. Consignment.

Model Features:

Body Shape Set Neck Double Cut
Body Laminated Maple
Top Laminated Maple
Finish Orange
Neck Maple
Neck shape C
Fretboard Rosewood
Fretboard Radius 16"
Bridge tune-o-matic w/ rosewood base
Tailpiece Bigsby
Scale Length 620mm (24 7/16")
Nutwidth 43mm (1 11/16")
Weight 3.4kg
Tuners Grover (replacements)
Pickups Filtertron
Travels in Period Correct Case
Remarks Used guitar with 1 year guarantee