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Gretsch Country Gentleman 6122

1968 "That Great Gretsch Sound" guitar and amplifier catalog page 5

Page 5 - details of the Gretsch Country Gentleman

Chet Atkins endorsed three Gretsch guitars in the 1968 catalog. The 6122 Country Gentleman, the 6120 Nashville, and the 6119 Tennessean. The Country Gentleman was priced at $650 in April 1968.

The new slim Country Gentleman hollow body electric is the handsome showpiece of the famous Chet Atkins line. It has the styling, tone and exclusive Gretsch features that have made it the most desired guitar in America.

1968 Gretsch guitar catalog page 5 - details of the Gretsch Country Gentleman

Gretsch Country Gentleman for sale

Gretsch G6122T-62GE Vintage Select 1962 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman Walnut

ROSLYN, NEW YORK, 11576, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2999

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1998 Gretsch G6122-1962 Country Classic II Electric Guitar Chet Atkins Gentleman

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, 98117, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2099

Up for sale, a 1998 Gretsch 6122-1962 Gretsch "Country Classic II" Chet Atkins Country Gentleman in exceptional condition and in perfect working order. Whether you're looking for country twang or a touch of that George Harrison British Invasion tone, you can't beat the '62 reissue Gretsch 6122. With a 17" fully hollow slim body and entirely maple construction, this Gretsch has immediate attack, and a clear, balanced acoustic tone that's enhanced by the great midrange character of a couple ... more

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