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Gretsch advertisement (1963)

Don't mess up the mix

Gretsch Chet Atkins Hollowbody / Nashville PX 6120

Gretsch advertisement (1963) Don

A simple feature on many Gretsch guitars, but often ignored by other manufacturers was a simple on/off switch for a guitar - allowing the guitarist to carefully set volumes and leave them in position and still prevent unwanted sound. This feature was original enough to warrant an advertisement, though the guitar featured is a PX6120.

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