G6199 Billy-Bo, "G" Cutout Tailpiece, TV Jones®, Rosewood Fingerboard, Firebird Red

SKU #2410508815
MSRP $4,029.00


Model Name G6199 Billy-Bo, "G" Cutout Tailpiece, TV Jones®, Rosewood Fingerboard, Firebird Red  
Model Number 2410508815  
MSRP MSRP $4,029.00  
Series Gretsch® Professional Collection  
Family Billy-Bo  
Color Firebird Red
Build Solid Body
Cutaway Single Cutaway
Body Laminated Maple  
Body Shape Billy-Bo
Body Back Mahogany  
Body Top Laminated Maple  
Neck Material Mahogany  
Neck Finish Gloss Urethane  
Scale Length 24.6" (625 mm)  
Fingerboard Ebony  
Number of Frets 22  
Nut Synthetic Bone  
Nut Width 1.6875" (42.86 mm)  
Position Inlays Neo-Classic™ "Thumbnail"  
Headstock Jet™ Style  
Neck Plate None  
Bridge Pickup TV Jones® Power'Tron™ Plus  
Neck Pickup TV Jones® Power'Tron™  
Controls Volume 1. (Neck Pickup), Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup), Tone  
Pickup Switching 3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup  
Pickup Configuration FT/FT  
Bridge Adjusto-Matic™ with Pinned Ebony Base
Tuning Machines Grover® Sta-Tite™ Die-Cast  
Pickguard Black  
Control Knobs G-Arrow  
Orientation Right-Hand
Strings NPS, .011, .014, .018, .028, .038, .049  
Unique Features Neo Classic "Thumbnail" Inlay Position Markers, Aged Fingerboard, Headstock and Body Bindings, Multiple Aged Body Bindings, Black Plexi Pickguard, Schaller® Straplocks, Adjustable Truss Rod  
Included Accessories Included: 099-6464-000 G6281 Deluxe Billy Bo Hardshell Case  

"Some time ago, Bo gave me the guitar as a gift. It was during the recent ZZ Top recordings, when the engineering crew and I snaked through the guitar vault searching for that certain-something guitar, and there it was! We didn't risk subjecting such a rare instrument to the rigors of the road. So this new reproduction model was recreated with some BFG mojo thrown in for good measure. It's now the main stage guitar with a groove." - Billy F Gibbons.

Rock luminaries Billy F Gibbons and Bo Diddley have joined forces to bring you the Billy-Bo, which was first designed in '59 by the talented Bo Diddley himself!

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