Gretsch 6125 Anniversary 1960 Smoke Green TRESTLE BRACING

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1960 Gretsch 6125 Single Anniversary electric guitar in SMOKE GREEN FINISH in Super Clean Excellent cosmetic condition - also has the highly desired TRESTLE BRACING, which results in much greater sustain - 100% original - with original Gretsch hardshell case, original Gretsch polishing cloth, and case key - serial number 355XX. This is one of the cleanest 50 year old guitars we've ever seen - a superb one for the Gretsch collection. This 6125 is bone stock - and with the exception of a small chip on the back side (see photo), and one tuner that looks to be non original BUT is matching, and a small screw hole near the butt end strap button - she is in remarkably clean condition. There are some very light dinks on the top edge of the headstock, pick scratches on the pick guard, some light checking to the guitar's top, and some light swirl scratches on the back - but they are very minimal. Most of these Smoke Green finishes end up yellowing quite a bit - but not this one - this is in remarkable fine condition with the lighter cream green colored top, and the darker green back and sides. And there is virtually zero fret wear. Again - a very very cool one for the Gretsch collector - a great player and a fine fine looker! Please feel free to message us for an in hand description. Thanks.

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Listed5 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more

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