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Gibson Catalogues | 1982 flyer index

Chet Atkins' was widely known for his endorsement of Gretsch guitars, however, by the late 1970s the relationship was starting to turn. Chet had the idea of a nylon-stringed electric, but Gretsch were not interested, so in 1979 they parted company. Gibson, of course, were only too keen to get involved, and a couple years later the Chet Atkins Classic Electric was born.


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