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Gretsch Release New G5420T and G5422TG Electromatic Guitars
The G5420T comes in several new finishes including Aspen Green, Fairlane Blue and Orange Stain. Each feature a maple body with sound post bracing and oversized F holes. It also features specifications which Gretsch users have come to love about the brand including a Bigsby tailpiece, U-profile neck and Filter'Tron humbuckers.
The crown in the jewel of the new releases is the G5422TG. A double-cut-style guitar in a Snowcrest White finish, gold hardware, aged binding and a NuBone nut.
By Michael Storey.
Posted on 6 Jun 2016 13:21 to category : Instruments News
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