Gretsch-GEAR Jets 6130 Roc Jet

1971 Gretsch 6130: 6 11XX

This guitar is for sale. Contact pts for details.

Note: This guitar has been marked as needing help. This information may not be trustworthy.

Owned by
pts
Body style
Single Cutaway Solidbody
Color(s)
Jet Black
Fretboard
Ebony with Neo-Classic (thumbnail) inlays
Nut
Delrin/Synthetic Bone with zero fret
Pickups
SuperTron
Tuners
Unknown
Controls
  • Master Volume
  • Neck pickup volume
  • Bridge pickup volume
  • Pickup selector switch
  • Neck Pickup Tone
  • Bridge Pickup Tone
  • Baldwin-Type knobs
Bridge
Unknown
Tailpiece
G-Cutout
Modifications

painted top? Can't tell if it was repainted?

Added to Gretsch-GEAR
2 years ago Last modified 2016-08-03 21:44:09

This was donated to the GMHCF Thrift Store. We would like to sell it, but need more info. Guessed on a most of the features

I’ve updated most of the specifications, for your entry… now to tell you a little more.

The “f-holes” are not original— due to the low-res photo, I can’t tell if they have been cut into the top, or if they are paint/decals. The bridge is missing altogether, and should be a Gretsch Adjustamatic bridge on an ebony or rosewood floating bridge base. The tuning machines are most likely Grovers, unless they have been replaced.

I wouldn’t even guess at a value, as the condition cannot be determined from this one photo.

more pics are necessary. the neck the back etc. might be a cool guitar but in that condition i’m guessing under 1k. theres a complete one for sale here in town for just under 1500 canadian.

A pair of vintage Supertrons might fetch $300 on EBay. I’d probably consider the rest of the guitar as a restoration project worth maybe $300 to $400

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