Limited Edition Gretsch G5622 Electromatic

More limited run guitar news for you this week, this time from our friends over at Jerry’s Lefty Guitars.  Jerry has commissioned a batch of super cool Gretsch G5622T-CB Electromatics in Surf Green.

Gretsch has never before offered a left handed model with three pickups, or any guitar at all in surf green! And to top things off these limited models will feature a USA made B6 Bigsby. These guitars are exclusive to Jerry and have just arrived – grab one of these limited edition beauties before they’re all gone!

Left Handed Gretsch G5622T-CB Electromatic Guitar

Left Handed Gretsch G5622T-CB Electromatic GuitarImage: Jerry’s Lefty Guitars

The double-cutaway G5622T-CB Electromatic® Center-Block Electric Guitar features That Great Gretsch Sound™ with the “center-block advantage.” The interior solid spruce center block running the length of the guitar’s 1 ¾”-deep thinline-style body makes for a lively “high gain-friendly” tone and delivers greater control over the kind of feedback players want. The three new dual-coil Super HiLo’Tron™ pickups are voiced to produce a clean, high-end sparkle with robust low-end, low-noise performance, along with versatile pickup switching.

Other premium features include five-ply maple body construction with a bound arched top and back, bound “cat’s eye” sound holes and a bound maple neck. The G5622T-CB also has a 12.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets and Neo-Classic™ “thumbnail” inlays, three-way neck/bridge pickup switching with two-way auxiliary switching (middle pickup on/off), single-ply black pickguard with Gretsch logo, five “G-arrow” control knobs (volume for each pickup, master tone for bridge and middle pickups, master volume), anchored Adjusto-Matic™ bridge, Grover® tuners and knurled strap retainer knobs.

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Neal has been playing guitar (left-handed!) for over 20 years, and has also worked in various roles within the guitar retail industry since 2012. He started LeftyFretz in 2010. More Info

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