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Gretsch advertisement (1963)

Don't mess up the mix

Gretsch Chet Atkins Hollowbody / Nashville 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; one in a small series highlighting some newer features applied to Gretsch guitars in the early 60s, and placed in magazines throughout 1963 and 1964.

The guitar featured is a Gretsch Hollowbody (later Nashville) model PX6120.

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