Vintage Gretsch Guitars

hacked Annie

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Replace binding, neck set?, frets?, rig some mounts for Gretschie pickups....maybe Dynas', and it would be a good'un, but hellishly expensive and have little resale value. Then again, if someone could do their own work it could be worth it. A while back there was an Annie sold through the forum and then appeared again on eBay that had a red sparkle refinish and retro fit Dynas. It was a very cool guitar.

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Replace binding, neck set?, frets?, rig some mounts for Gretschie pickups....maybe Dynas', and it would be a good'un, but hellishly expensive and have little resale value. Then again, if someone could do their own work it could be worth it. A while back there was an Annie sold through the forum and then appeared again on eBay that had a red sparkle refinish and retro fit Dynas. It was a very cool guitar.

– Journeyman

And it ended up far better than the original, especially having that non-sunburst finish!

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And it ended up far better than the original, especially having that non-sunburst finish!

– Windsordave

Agreed 100%, but I doubt the selling price covered the cost of the work; possibly a break even situation at best. With a guitar that is already hacked though, there would be fewer qualms about 'going at it' with mods, etc.


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