The sunburst-finish 6014 Corsair was formerly known as the Synchromatic 6014, which was itself basically a Synchromatic 100. The guitar itself changed little while the name changed through the late '40s and early '50s.
The 6014 designation appears to have started around 1949, as the guitar became known as the 6014 Synchromatic. There was some overlap in which both the Synchromatc 100 and the 6014 designation both appeared.
In 1955 it gained the Corsair name and continued on basically unchanged until being discontinued in around 1963.
Eight examples are in the Gretsch-GEAR database.
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