Gretsch Garage Sale

FS: 2011 6196T Country Club

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Ok - selling my 2011 CC in Caddy Green. $1795 plus shipping to CONUS. Has an upgraded brass TruArc, bridge is pinned with double sided tape. Solid Spruce top, zero nut, standby switch. Great "big sounding" Gretsch. I have flats on it but if you want more snarl, change 'em out.

Very clean, no big dings, rash etc.

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Very nice guitar. Best of luck.

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Solid spruce top? Be careful because the laminate police will be coming by most anytime now.

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I'm here Bob. Won't go into again and poke the hornet's nest Lam, but we've established this past year that the reissue CC's have a laminate top. Gretsch literature says it's a 'solid' top but their version of the definition of 'solid' doesn't meet the true definition of the word as applies to a guitar's top.

Doesn't mean it takes anything away from the guitar as its being a 3 piece laminate is actually the preferred build technique for the top of an amplified hollow/semi-hollow guitar. It's the semantics at play here over the use of the word 'solid'.

Your guitar looks lovely and is a good price. Hope it sells for you.

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I'm here Bob. Won't go into again and poke the hornet's nest Lam, but we've established this past year that the reissue CC's have a laminate top. Gretsch literature says it's a 'solid' top but their version of the definition of 'solid' doesn't meet the true definition of the word as applies to a guitar's top.

Doesn't mean it takes anything away from the guitar as its being a 3 piece laminate is actually the preferred build technique for the top of an amplified hollow/semi-hollow guitar. It's the semantics at play here over the use of the word 'solid'.

Your guitar looks lovely and is a good price. Hope it sells for you.

– Windsordave

yeah but it's really solid laminate No problem

BTW, Idon't mind driving a bit if someone is really interested to make something happen. Thanks for looking.

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Weekend bump


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