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Glimpse the Gretsch Booth at the 2014 NAMM Show

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Cheap Trick's Tom Petersson hanging in the Gretsch Booth at NAMM.

Not to boast too much, but we think Gretsch guitars are pretty darn gorgeous. See some of the latest beauties in this quick video tour of the Gretsch Booth at the 2014 NAMM Show. Also, check out our photo gallery on Facebook featuring more Gretsch guitars and a few of our Gretsch artists.

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Watch a Gretsch G5620-T Electromatic Center-Block Demo

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Chicago Music Exchange recently brought in Chris Cannella from Gretsch headquarters to demo a G5620T-CB Electromatic Center-Block Single Cutaway w/Bigsby in Georgia Green.

Cannella uses both clean and dirty channels on the amp to showcase everything the guitar can do.

Watch the demo below.

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Jack White and Olivia Jean Demo New Bumble Buzz Pedal

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Jack White’s Third Man Records recently released the new Bumble Buzz fuzz pedal, and he rounded up a group of musicians at Readymade Records in Nashville for a demo video.

In the clip below, the pedal is put to the test by White, Gretsch-toting guitarist Olivia Jean and violinist Fats Kaplan.

Visit Third Man Records’ official website for more information.

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Joe Robinson Demos Two New Electromatic Center-Block Guitars

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Joe Robinson, the 2008 winner of Australia’s Got Talent, recently tested out a few new Gretsch Electromatic Center-Block guitars.

In the clips below, watch Robinson demo the G5655T-CB Electromatic Center-Block guitar and the G5620T-CB Electromatic Center-Block guitar.

Visit Robinson’s official website for a list of tour dates.

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Check Out Rich Robinson’s Gretsch Collection

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Premier Guitar recently caught up with Doug “Red” Redler, otherwise known as longtime tech for the Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson, to run through the gear Robinson is using on the band’s latest tour.

While looking at Robinson’s guitars, Redler pulled out several Gretsch gems, including a Japanese-made Black Falcon and a Streamliner (see photo above) that was was damaged during Hurricane Sandy and repaired by Steve Stern of the Gretsch Custom Shop.

Redler explained that the Streamliner is used on the songs ”Feather” and “Good Morning Captain,” noting that Robinson likes it for “anything that gets really loud with a lot of feedback.”

Check out Robinson’s collection in the clip below and visit the Black Crowes’ official website for more information.

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