Tag Archives: Gretsch White Falcon
Posted: February 8, 2013
The Cult’s legendary guitarist Billy Duffy sat down with Gretsch Guitars to talk about how he got into playing guitar with one of the world’s biggest rock bands, and why Gretsch has been such an important part of that ride.
Posted: May 23, 2012
Duffy reminisced about the first Gretsch he ever owned, a double-cutaway stereo 1970′s White Falcon that he no longer has.
“I had to sell that one to get what I really wanted, which was the single-cutaway Falcon with the curved palm bar, which has a very different feel than a short-armed Bigsby.”
Duffy also confirmed that he is working with Gretsch on a signature White Falcon.
“They forensically analyzed my guitar – the ’70s Falcon I used on “She Sells Sanctuary,” with all its battle scars and whatnot, and they’re going to make something based on it,” he noted.
Posted: June 21, 2011
Music photographers Henry Diltz and Joel Bernstein presented an exclusive collection of limited edition prints of legendary musician Neil Young in New York’s Morrison Hotel Gallery on June 17.
This exhibit is considered to be one of the best collections of Neil Young photographs ever presented, containing over 40 candid images of the music icon.
To view the entire collection, including images of Young with his Gretsch White Falcon guitar, visit the Morrison Hotel Gallery’s website here.
To see Neil Young’s tour dates, visit his website here.
Posted: May 18, 2011
Revolver magazine’s May/June issue includes an article on alt-rock legends Jane’s Addiction, accompanied by a photo of guitarist Dave Navarro in the studio playing a magnificent Gretsch White Falcon.
Navarro and the Gretsch can be seen in action in the video below, filmed as the band hit the studio to record “End To The Lies“. The cut will appear on The Great Escape Artist, Jane’s first studio record in eight years due out this August.
Of the track, Navarro told Spinner.com, “To me, it sounds like an updated Jane’s Addiction as it has the hypnotic repetitive nature of some of our early work combined with a modern approach.”
Posted: May 12, 2011
Portugal. The Man played the Fillmore last Friday night in San Francisco. The band’s set was described by Natalie Urban of SF Appeal online newspaper as “staggering beauty and unthinkable pain.”
Check out their photo gallery from the show, featuring frontman John Gourley on his Gretsch White Falcon, and read the entire review here.