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. In his spare time he loves to travel, ride bikes, and suck at videogames. More Info

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