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First introduced by Gretsch in 1962 to help reduce unwanted feedback while playing at louder volumes, the Electrotone hollowbody is typically two inches in depth and has simulated, painted on f-holes. While earlier Gretsch hollowbodies were as wide as 17 inches, the Electrotone bodies were officially 16 inches, though measurements of these instruments indicates the true width to be closer to 15-1/2 inches.

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