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Gretsch Sal Salvador PX6199 and Country Club PX6192

1965 "For the Spectacular Sound of the Times" guitar and amplifier catalog page 4

The first (and last) few pages of the 1965 Gretsch brochure are in full color print. By page 4, the brochure changes to two-color print, and although the finest Gretsch guitars appear in the color section, there are plenty of very fine instruments in the rest of the catalog. The majority of Gretsch hollow bodies can be regarded as thinlines - typically having a 2" body depth. The two jazz models on this page are both deeper than the other Gretsch guitars, just 2 3/4" for the Country Club, but a full 3 1/8" for the Sal Salvador.

An exciting new guitar named after one of the greatest jazz guitarists, the Sal Salvador hollow body jazz guitar represents the best of Gretsch craftsmanship combined with the latest electronic advances. It's new sound will make every performance a thrilling one. That's why it's truly the jazz guitar with the warm sound required by the modern jazz guitarist.

The County Club is also listed as available in "Super Project-O-Sonic Stereo", and with optional Bigsby tremolo, though the prices of these upgrades are not given.

This 17" single cutaway fully arched hollow body guitar more than ever represents the ultimate in rich resonant guitar sound and instant response... the perfect guitar for the studio man and seasoned professional.

Both of these single cutaway archtops are beautifully built, with gold hardware. The Sal Salvador has a carved top and back. The single pickup Sal Salvador PX6199 is listed at $600; The list price of the dual pickup Country Club depends on finish: Shaded Golden Sunburst PX6192 is $475, whilst model PX6193, in clear Natural finish is $495.

1965 Gretsch guitar catalog page 4 - details of the Gretsch Sal Salvador and Country Club

Gretsch Sal Salvador and Country Club guitars for sale

1972 Gretsch Country Club 7575 Dealer Sheet

LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA, 70605, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

C $40

1972 case candy dealer brochure from Gretsch. Country Club 7575 Full description with photo, specs and options. Apprx 4x8 5 Color, double sided #vintage #vintageguitar #1972 #gretsch #7575 #countryclub #casecandy #dealer #ephemera... more

1965 Gretsch Country Club Model 6192 Sunburst w / HSC!

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, 98126, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

£2590

1965 Gretsch Country Club Model 6192 Up for sale is a sweet 1965 Gretsch Country Club model 6192 in its original sunburst finish complete with a factory Bigsby tailpiece. This model features a fully hollow body design w / real F holes and a factory gold hardware w / Bigsby, dual Filtertron pickups, Grover Imperial tuners, and a seriously cool look. Like many vintage Gretsch guitars, this example was in need of a neck reset and was reset some years ago. At the same time, the heel and bottom of ... more

Gretsch 1959 Country Club Vintage Select G6196T-59GE Cadillac Green

ROSLYN, NEW YORK, 11576, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2675

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1976 Gretsch Country Club (GRE0434)

LOVELAND, OHIO, 45140, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2995

1976 Gretsch Country Club, Natural finish, Gold Hardware, 1 & 11 / 16 inches wide at the nut, Ebony fingerboard with Pearl block inlays, Two pickups, "Country Club" tail piece, Super clean! EC , Clean original hard case, $2, 995 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4... more

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