G6122-6212 Vintage Select Edition '62 Chet Atkins® Country Gentleman® Hollow Body 12-String G6122T-59 Vintage Select Edition '59 Chet Atkins® Country Gentleman® Hollow Body with Bigsby® G6122T-62 Vintage Select Edition '62 Chet Atkins® Country Gentleman® Hollow Body with Bigsby. Browse Gretsch's latest assortment of the Chet Atkins Country Gentleman guitar. Gear. New Products; Accessories; G6122T-62 Vintage Select Edition '62 Chet Atkins® Country Gentleman® Hollow Body with Bigsby® G6122T Players Edition Country Gentleman® Hollow Body with String-Thru Bigsby®.
In the 1950s, Atkins teamed up with Gretsch guitars and the Country Gentleman was born. Named after one of Atkin's hit instrumental songs, the Gretsch Country Gentleman series of guitars are high-end, hollow-body axes that have hit the stage with many famous artists, including George Harrison, Brian Setzer and of course Atkins himself. GRETSCH HARDSHELL CASE INCLUDED. Model: Country Gentleman. 12-string electric guitars have marked the musical landscape with their beautifully lush, naturally chorused sound. LOCATED IN BROOKLYN, JUST 4 MILES FROM THE ORIGINAL GRETSCH FACTORY CONTAINS ONE OF THE LARGEST INVENTORIES OF GRETSCH® GUITARS ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.
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Gretsch G5420T Electromatic with Gretsch hardshell case ($100+ upgrade - no case provided when new) in great shape. This guitar is all original except the strap buttons were replaced not long ago. The hardware shows signs of tarnishing from use. It gives this Gretsch that nice vintage look.Size: Full Size. It’s clear from examining these “White Gents” that Gretsch was developing one of the earliest semi-solid, thin body electric guitars. The Country Gentleman (numerically designated in Gretsch catalogs as Model PX61232) made its official debut in late 1957, as a 1958 model.