Gretsch G100CE (Black)Item ID: G100CEBK
40s-style Hollowbody Archtop Acoustic/Electric with Spruce Top, Maple Back and Sides, and Floating Pickup - Black
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Jazzy 40s-style Synchromatic Archtop!The Gretsch G100CE is a stunning arch top that's reminiscent of the early Synchromatics of the 1940s. Boasting a spruce top, maple back and sides, 3-piece maple neck, and a Gretsch floating pickup for ultra-jazzy tone, you'll also enjoy this arch top's Chromatic tailpiece, Synchronized bridge, pearloid block inlays, stylized f-holes, and vintage headstock logo that all contribute to the G100CE's decidedly Art Deco look. Available with either a natural or black finish, you'll catch eyes and summon killer tone with your beautiful Gretsch C100CE Synchromatic Archtop!
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The Gretsch G100CE is a great-sounding arch top with an Art Deco look!
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Jennifer, Chicago, IL
Reviewsbased on 3 reviews
This guitar brought out the demon in me
by Lucas Frazier from Cincinnati, OHWithout ever playing this guitar or seeing it in person I bought it. The first time I saw it I just knew it was for me. It plays, sounds, and looks absolutely amazing. I play slide on this guitar t... read more [+]hrough a Silvertone 1484 while using a tubescreamer, and it sounds mean as hell. I would have expected a guitar of this quality to cost well over $1000. The only problem I've ever had with it was when I fell over on stage and my instrument cable pushed through and broke a half dollar size hole in the body. However, you shouldn't have this problem if you don't rock out as hard as I do. close [-]
August 22, 2010
Music Background: Musician
Ah! The Gretsch Sound
by Ed Estrada from Ocala FlI bought mine in March and having lots of trouble putting it down. Fender,Gibson,Rickenbacker are all great but when you play a Gretsch it's a totally different sound no matter what kind of music you'... read more [+]re playing. close [-]
September 2, 2009
Music Background: Classic Rock,Classic R&B,,Latin Music
by David from Waxhaw, NCVery crisp pristine sound with and without an amp. I only give it 4.5 stars because of where the volume knobs are located and the shape of the pick guard itself, very tacky looking. The only hard case... read more [+] I found that the guitar will fit in is the Gater dreadnought deluxe, because of the volume knobs and the height of the bridge. close [-]
September 30, 2011
Music Background: Musician
Gretsch G100CE (Black)
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