Tag Archives: Product Demo
Posted: October 20, 2014
To see and hear what this vintage guitar can do, watch the demo below.
Posted: October 16, 2014
Paul Riario of Guitar World recently got his hands on a Gretsch G6128T-1962 Duo Jet and gave it a very positive review.
“This is just a gorgeous and elegant guitar,” he noted.
Riario went through all of the features of the classic solid-body guitar, and also played it to showcase the tone.
“With just a couple of tweaks, this guitar plays incredibly and has a focused sound. Definitely check it out,” Riario concluded.
Check out the full demo below.
Posted: September 2, 2014
Brian Westfall of the Chicago Music Exchange recently put a Gretsch G6119-1962HT Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose through the paces in a pretty sweet demo.
In the clip below, the classic guitar gets a workout with riffs from Johnny Rivers (“Secret Agent Man”), the Turtles (“So Happy Together”) and, of course, the Beatles (“It Won’t Be Long”).
Posted: October 25, 2013
Joe Robinson, the 2008 winner of Australia’s Got Talent, recently tested out a few new Gretsch Electromatic Center-Block guitars.
Visit Robinson’s official website for a list of tour dates.
Tags: Electromatic, gretsch, Gretsch G5620T-CB Electromatic Center-Block, Gretsch G5655T-CB Electromatic Center-Block, Joe Robinson, Product Demo
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Posted: August 27, 2013
The staff at Chicago Music Exchange recently got their hands on a 1963 Gretsch Chet Atkins 6120 and posted a video that got up close and personal to the classic guitar.
“We were lucky enough to purchase this from a pro player who owned, played and loved (ie. took meticulous care of) this guitar for a very long time. The original orange color is one of the most vibrant we’ve seen. The neck is smooth as silk and the thing practically plays itself and the Bigsby is extremely responsive and a joy to use. The filtertrons are chimey and thick sounding and even unplugged the guitar sings loud and clear,” the vendor wrote in the guitar’s description.
While Chicago Music Exchange’s website notes that the guitar was recently sold, you can still get a great look at the Gretsch beauty in the video below.