GRETSCH | CATALOGS | 1965 FOR THE SPECTACULAR SOUND OF THE TIMES | PAGE 7

Gretsch Jet Fire Bird PX6131 and Duo Jet PX6128

1965 "For the Spectacular Sound of the Times" guitar and amplifier catalog page 7

Page 7 and 8 show Gretsch's mid-sixties solid body guitar range. This side shows the double cutaway Duo Jet and Jet Fire Bird, two very fine mahogany-bodied guitars with dual pickup, Gretsch vibrato and gold-plated hardware. Both guitars have a 1965 list price of $375.

Gretsch solid body guitars are in a class by themselves. The finest woods are carefully selected, carved and shaped to the most perfect form for your ease of playing. Finished in brilliantly flashing colors with sleek, modern designs, they command attention wherever they are played. With the most Advanced components, each instrument is a revelation of electronic perfection. The Jet serious offers ultra-fine projection and sustaining power, unlimited total coloring with truly brilliant highs. You get pure guitar sound with no electric hum.
1965 Gretsch guitar catalog page 7 - details of the Gretsch Jet Fire Bird and Duo Jet solid body guitars

Gretsch Jet Fire Bird and Duo Jet guitars for sale

1956 Gretsch Duo-Jet (GRE0416)

LOVELAND, OHIO, 45140, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$8995

1956 Gretsch Duo-Jet, Black, Nitron top, Nice full feeling neck, Block inlays, DeArmond pickups, Melita bridge, “G” brand tail piece, One owner, Beautiful instrument with hang tags! EC , Clean OHSC, $8, 995... more

1956 Gretsch Duo Jet (GRE0235)

LOVELAND, OHIO, 45140, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$8995

1956 Gretsch Duo Jet, Black, Hump Block inlays, Just like George Harrison’s Two Dearmond Pickups, Great feeling neck, Light weight, Excellent condition but has had a little finish touched up below the bridge. Includes an original hard case, $8, 995... more

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