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Gretsch White Falcon 6136

1968 "That Great Gretsch Sound" guitar and amplifier catalog page 3

Page 3, Gretsch White Falcon. The White Falcon came in two variations, the 6137 with stereo wiring, and the 6136 with standard wiring. The stereo version is pictured. The White Falcon was a very fine guitar, and the most expensive guitar offered by Gretsch at this time. These two variants were priced at $1000 and $900 respectively (April 1968).

This is the ultimate guitar. No guitar can match its eye-catching beauty or its rainbow of tonal shadings. In lustrous white and gold that staggers the eye. It is truly the guitar with everything.

1968 Gretsch guitar catalog page 3 - Gretsch White Falcon

Gretsch White Falcon for sale

1950's Gretsch White Falcon guitar ORIGINAL gold "G" trapeze vintage tailpiece

WEST COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, 29169, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2195

Mid 1950's Gretsch White Falcon gold trapeze tailpiece Has been used and has wear and missing gold plating .as you would expect. Painfully rare!!!!!!!!! Don't miss out! Got a question? See our "my eBay" page. We ship to PayPal verified address' only. Shipping day is on Monday. I will e-mail you with a tracking number when it ships. No returns for items damaged in shipment.... more

Gretsch G6136-1958 Stephen Stills Sign White Falcon Ebony FB, Aged White REP

92010, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$3419

Description: This instrument mirrors Stills' original Falcon „ right down to its aged finish. Features include a maple body with gold-sparkle binding and oversize F-holes, three-piece maple neck, ebony fingerboard with Neo-Classic „ inlays and Stills' signature inlaid between the 18th and 21st frets, dual High Sensitive Filter'Tron „ humbucking pickups, classic tone-switch circuitry, Falcon volume knobs with red rhinestone markers, Grover Imperial „ tuners, gold-sparkle Gretsch headstock... more

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