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Gretsch G2622 Streamliner Center Block Double Cutaway – Walnut Stain

Product Features:

    Revitalizing the best elements from the past, the G2622 Streamliner Center Block Double Cutaway bursts into the modern music era with powerful sound and style. Brash and feedback-resistant, the sleek G2622 is designed for the guitarist who demands more than the mundane from an instrument-more performance, more style and…
Price as on: 2018-11-27 15:41:46
449.99  

Product Description

Revitalizing the best elements from the past, the G2622 Streamliner Center Block Double Cutaway bursts into the modern music era with powerful sound and style. Brash and feedback-resistant, the sleek G2622 is designed for the guitarist who demands more than the mundane from an instrument-more performance, more style and most importantly, more volume – while retaining all you expect from a Gretsch.

Product Features

  • “Body Body shape: Double cutaway Body type: Semi-hollow or chambered body Body material: Laminated Top wood: Maple Body wood: Maple Body finish: Gloss Orientation: Right handed Neck Neck shape: Thin U Neck wood: Nato Joint: Set-in Scale length: 25.5″” Truss rod: Standard Neck finish: Gloss Fretboard Material: Rosewood Radius: 12″” Fret size: Medium jumbo Number of frets: 22 Inlays: Pearloid block Nut wid”
  • “Revitalizing the best elements from the past, the G2622 Streamliner Center Block Double Cutaway bursts into the modern music era with updated sound and style
  • Brash and feedback-resistant, the sleek G2622 is designed for the guitarist who demands more than the mundane from an instrument: more performance, more style and most importantly, more volume while retaining all you expect from a Gretsch
  • The secret to the Streamliners sound is two-fold: the BroadTron humbucking pickup and the spruce center block
  • Specifically designed by the expert engineers at Gretsch for the Streamliner, the high-output BroadTron pickup spawns robust lows, pristine highs and a throaty midrange for a unique tone that blends well with other instruments in a band context