Gretsch G6119-1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose (1959 TV, Flagstaff Sunset)Item ID: G6119-1959
Hollowbody Electric Guitar with Single Cutaway, Maple Neck with Ebony Fretboard, Bigsby Vibrato Tailpiece, and TV Jones Bridge Pickup - Flagstaff Sunset
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A Legendary Guitar, Recreated!The Gretsch G6119-1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose is a recreation of the original 1959 version. A bona fide guitar legend, Chet Atkins helped bring Gretsch electric guitars to prominence in the late 1950s, and the G6119-1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose lets you experience the guitar that helped to make it happen. All the great features are there, including the deep hollowbody design, TV Jones pickup, and Bigsby vibrato. Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer now to get your hands on the incredible Gretsch G6119-1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose!
Gretsch G6119-1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose Electric Guitar at a Glance:
Impressive reproduction with great features
This brilliant recreation of the 1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose features a 2.5" deep laminated maple body with original perimeter shape, a TV Jones Pickup, Bigsby B6C vibrato tailpiece, "rocking" bar bridge, unbound ebony fingerboard with Neo-Classic fingerboard inlays, Grover Stay-Tite machine heads, zero fret, chrome hardware.
In the '50s, Gretsch guitars played by Eddie Cochrane and Chet Atkins shaped the sound of pop music. In the '60s, Gretsch defined the sound of The Who's rock opera, Tommy. The Beatles used them, and so did Jimmy Page, Stephen Stills, Brian Setzer, and everyone from Aerosmith to Billy Zoom. In fact, Gretsch guitars are what gave Bono his "Edge." In 1985, Fred Gretsch III took over the leadership of the company and has brought back the great Gretsch sound in all its glory with reissues of the finest classic Gretsch guitars.
Gretsch G6119-1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose Electric Guitar Features:
The Gretsch G6119-1959 Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose gives you a legend, recreated!
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