Gibson Chet Atkins Tennessean 1991

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Gibson Chet Atkins Tennessean 1991

The Gibson Chet Atkins Tennessean is based on the Gretsch mid-50's era guitars like the 6120 Chet Atkins with twin DeArmond pickups and the White Falcon. The former has since become legendary as a guitar originally designed for country, but used by such rockers as Eddie Cochran, Pete Townsend and Brian Setzer. That guitar branched out into the 6120, 6121, Country Gentleman, and the 6119 Tennessean. Over time, Chet left Gretsch in disgust over it's deteriorating quality and went over to Gibson. Gibson made this Chet Atkins Tennessean model from 1990 'till recently and it's interesting to note the differences. The guitar has 490 series humbuckers instead of DeArmonds, a laminated maple body, full wood center block, but no zero fret. Also, it has a very cool retro shaped pickguard, and a fast neck. Condition is excellent with light scratching all over, few tiny dings on the back, lacquer cracks on the back/horn, weatherchecking on the side of fretboard and headstock and a small crack in the pickguard. Comes with the original hard shell case.

Model Features:

Model Chet Atkins Tennessean
Body Material Laminated Maple
Top Material Laminated Maple
Finish Black
Neck Material 3-piece Maple
Neck Profile C
Fretboard Rosewood
Bridge tune-o-matic
Scale 648mm
Nut Width 45mm
Fretboard Radius 10''
Tuners Gibson DLX
Pickup Gibson 490 Humbuckers
Travels in Original Hard Shell Case

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