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Gretsch Rally 6104

1968 "That Great Gretsch Sound" guitar and amplifier catalog page 34

Details of the Gretsch Rally, another model making it's catalog debut on these pages. The Rally was available in two finishes, both listed (April 1968) at $395. The model codes were as follows: 6104, Rally Green; 6105 two-tone Copper Mist with Bamboo Yellow top.

The choice of today's performers - those at the top and on the way up! The Gretsch Rally hollow body electric has got the "now look and feel!" and delivers the "now sound" with features you'd expect only from the most exclusive guitars. But its price is cool. Check out all it offers and you'll see that this is the guitar that's tops.
1968 Gretsch guitar catalog page 34 - Gretsch Rally 6104

Gretsch Rally for sale

1968 Gretsch Rally

FRANKLIN, OHIO, 45005, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2498

1968 Gretsch Rally 6104 Original green finish, Wonderful sounding with two Hi Lo Filtertron pick ups, comfortable and light weight, original hard case, double cut, Vibrato, some binding discolor but all intact, racing stripe on truss rod cover and pick guard, factory electronics work excellent. AT DAYTON VINTAGE GUITARS & AMPS YOUR GUITAR WILL BE PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED AND SETUP WITH NEW STRINGS. SAFELY PACKED. WE CARE ABOUT OUR CUSTOMERSThe largest vintage dealer in the Dayton, Columbus and ... more

Vintage 1967 Gretsch Rally Hollow Body Electric Guitar Bamboo Yellow Orig Case

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10002, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2495

Vintage 1967 Gretsch Rally Electric Guitar. A great playing and sounding Vintage Gretsch in super cool original Bamboo Yellow Finish. This one definitely has some incredible vibe. Has a slim neck that plays great in every position. Has a comfortable, tight and quick feel all the way up and down. Original Hi-Lo Tron pickups sound amazing. They are super warm and clear. The lows are woody and punchy, and there is an amazing sparkle in the treble end. Excellent playing condition with signs of ... more

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