Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme

Acoustic Mandolin with Solid Mahogany Top, Back, and Sides; Mahogany Neck; Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge - Antique Natural
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A Supreme Mandolin!

The Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme mandolin will float your tone boat. The original New Yorker was an insanely popular instrument in Gretsch's 1950s lineup - and now it's back! Play it and experience that classic, distinctive tonality you can only get from a mandolin. This beautiful instrument has a solid mahogany top, back, and sides, a mahogany neck, and a rosewood fingerboard graced with elegant pearl dot markers. Its comfortable playability and beautiful tone are accented by vintage styling - you won't believe quality like this can be so affordable. The Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme Mandolin - to play it is to love it!

Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme Mandolin at a Glance:
  • Return of a legendary mandolin
  • Beautifully appointed
  • Gretsch's legacy in American music
Return of a legendary mandolin

The Gretsch New Yorker mandolin was a shining jewel in the company's 1950's lineup. Now this beloved model is back, and better than ever - giving you the full-bodied mando tone, smooth playability, and eye-catching looks that you'd expect from Gretsch. The Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme mandolin is dripping with tasty vintage styling.

Beautifully appointed

Gretsch's G9310 New Yorker Supreme mandolin is seriously decked out with tasteful vintage appointments that would look right at home in the company's catalogs from the '50s. With the G9310, you get a lovely solid mahogany top graced with a vintage antique natural finish that not only looks great - it enhances the instrument's tone. Another tasty vintage styling touch is the clam-shell tailpiece. They just don't build 'em like this anymore. Oh, wait a minute - Gretsch does!

Gretsch's legacy in American music

The Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme Mandolin transports you back to Gretsch's roots in American music. Everyone knows Gretsch electric guitars and drums, but did you know that got their start in 1883 as a banjo company? It wasn't long before Gretsch was making mandolins, ukuleles, and eventually flat-top guitars, contributing to the very roots of American music. So when you pick up a Gretsch mandolin, you're holding more than a great mandolin, you're holding a piece of American music history.

Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme Mandolin Features:
  • Acoustic/electric mandolin with vintage '50s styling
  • Solid mahogany top, back, and sides; mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot inlays
  • Rosewood bridge
  • Grover machine heads
  • Vintage-styled clam-shell tailpiece
  • Gretsch Limited Lifetime Guarantee
The Gretsch G9310 New Yorker Supreme Mandolin - to play it is to love it!

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Tech Specs

Type Acoustic
Body Shape A Style
Color Antique Natural
Finish Semi-gloss
Body Material Solid Mahogany
Top Material Solid Mahogany
Neck Material Mahogany
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Pearl dot
Nut Width 1.0625"
Scale Length 13.875"
Hardware Chrome
Strings D'Addario J73 Phosphor Bronze, Light, (.010-.038 Gauges)
Manufacturer Part Number 2718030521

Customer Reviews

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5/5

For the money, its a no brainer

I was in a local shop not long ago and they had a few mandolins ranging from this one (the cheapest) to others I wont name, but they were around a mid-level price around 500-700. To my surprise this sounded the best. It was objectively louder, throatier, and just over all had a better tone. I have a very nice mandolin at home, but I'm very seriously considering picking one of these up for sort of a "campfire" mandolin. The price is absolutely insane, especially when you consider that its all solid wood. The snobs will say "yeah but its not carved wood, its pressed!". But to them I say so what, try finding a solid carved mandolin for under 500 and you'll be looking for a lifetime. And I'd rather take a pressed solid wood instrument than a laminate any day of the week.
Music background: Player, Engineer, Writer
5/5

Very pleased!

After looking around at the junk on Craigslist (or the not so junky mandolins that people wanted $1000's for) I decided to heck with it, and bought this mandolin based on the positive reviews. I came completely setup and fully playable. It was very well packed. It has good volume, and was easy enough for me to play but I'm a total beginner at mandolin, so I have nothing to judge it by. It seems very well made and looks better in person than in the pictures. Really nice looking, nice wood finish. I'm pretty surprised at what I got for the price; seems like an excellent value. I've already recorded a simple little piece with it, and it sounded great. Thanks again to AJ & Sweetwater for the great service... so easy to do business with you!
5/5

Gretsch G9310 New Yorker

For the money this is all solid woods this is a great instrument.I use this in church to add some different tones.Works very well very happy with the investment.Strings are a little hard to replace because of the hooks are small a little bending of the hooks helped this problem alot.You want go wrong if you are looking for a great starter.Got mine right here at Sweetwater great service
Music background: church and home
5/5

Excellent mandolin!

The craftsmanship on this mandolin is superb. You cannot see the seams between the neck, back, and sides. Definitely has the Gretsch quality built in. Above all else, it is a beauty to look at.
Music background: Pro Musician
4.5/5

Great Gretsch

Am a beginner player. Bought my Gretsch just over a year ago. Easy to play and, as a result, have learned quickly. Great bright sound, smooth action. Lots of listeners have asked about it, some have even gone out and bought the same.
See also: Gretsch, Gretsch Mandolins