New Gretsch G6134T-58 VS Penguin

$3,299.99

Located in Portland, OR



Description

For your consideration a New Grestch G6134T-58 White Penguin! These new Gretsch guitars are feel and sound fantastic. The Japanese factory has been producing Gretschs most consistent and quality guitars in a long time. Killer feel and great sound!

Specs!

Comes with its original hard shell case. Gold Grover Imperials. White headstock overlay with gold sparkle binding. Bone nuts with a 1-11/16″ width. Mahogany neck with a depth of .81″ at the first fret and .93″ at the twelfth fret. It has a 24.6″ scale length. Ebony fingerboard with a 12″ radius. Action measures 4/64″ straight across. 22 medium jumbo frets in new condition. Chambered mahogany body with a maple top finished in white with gold sparkle binding. Two T.V Jones FilterTron Classics with CTS pots and Gretsch caps. Gold Space Control bridge with an ebony base. Gold Bigsby B3. Weighs 8 pounds and 9 ounces.

From Gretsch:

Inspired by the pivotal and prolific years of Gretsch’s 1950s and early ’60s golden age, Vintage Select Edition guitars are designed for the player who appreciates the finest in musical instrument heritage. The G6134T-58 Vintage Select ’58 Penguin™ with Bigsby® rocks that legacy with a finely crafted new take on that rarest of Gretsch birds.

1958 saw Gretsch’s venerable Penguin guitar decked out with a pair of Filter’Tron™ pickups, complementing the signature sound of its chambered mahogany body, which magnifies harmonic richness by letting air resonate between the top and body for livelier and more articulate tone. The dual TV Jones® Classic™ pickups on this gorgeous Antarctic baby in Vintage White replicate that unmistakable vintage Filter’Tron™ sound to fabulous sonic effect.

Details

Year: 2021

Model: G6134T-58 VS Penguin

Finish: Vintage White

Case: Comes with its original hard shell case.

Weight: 8 pounds and 9 ounces.

Condition: This is a brand new guitar.

Modifications: None.

Comments: Looks sharp as a tack and has that classic Gretsch tone!