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Gretsch White Falcon 7594/7595

1979 "That Great Gretsch Sound" guitar and bass catalog page 1

1979 Gretsch guitar and bass catalogue. Page 2. Details of the double cutaway White Falcon guitars. Two models are shown here, the stereo 7595 (available by special order only, with a 1979 price of $1350) and the standard 7594 (without the stereo circuitry). The single cutaway Falcon is shown on page 3 of this catalogue.

1979 Gretsch guitar and bass catalogue page 2, the Gretsch White Falcon

Gretsch White Falcon for sale

Gretsch G6136-55 Vintage Select 1955 White Falcon

LOUISVILLE, COLORADO, 80027, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$3799

Experience the Falcon as it was envisioned by the great Jimmie Webster in 1955. The G6136T-55GE Vintage Select Edition 1955 White Falcon with Cadillac Tailpiece is a true “Dream Guitar” that will be the hallmark of any guitar collection. Fluid playability, robustly flexible tone and, of course, stunning Falcon style combine for a big, bold instrument that pops in the spotlight. A pair of TV Jones T-Armond single-coil pickups and the new Gretsch “Squeezebox” paper-in-oil capacitors power ... more

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

CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA, 92010, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$3799

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® ... more

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