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Gretsch advertisement (1963)

Guitarists go for the new Gretsch extras... See them in the new Gretsch guitar catalog

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Gretsch advertisement (1963) Guitarists go for the new Gretsch extras... See them in the new Gretsch guitar catalog

Advertisement for Gretsch's new (#31) catalog. This advert first appeared in print in the July 1963 edition of Down Beat magazine

The Gretsch catalog... available now... is bigger and better than ever, illustrating the new, exclusive Gretsch extras... padded back, standby switch, built-in muffler, action flow frets nut, plus many more. See the whole colorful galaxy of Gretsch guitars, amplifiers and accessories including with famous Chet Atkins line. Gretsch is first and years ahead in new advances. Whether it's electric hollow or solid body, flat top, folk or classic, you can expect every Gretsch guitar to be the best in its field.

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