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Gretsch White Falcon, Super Axe and Atkins Axe

1979 "That Great Gretsch Sound" guitar and bass catalog page 2

Page 3, features the White Falcon 7593, Super Axe 7680 (Red finish) and Atkins Axe 7685 (Black finish). This single cutaway version of the White Falcon was an accompaniment to the double cutaway 7594 and 7595 White Falcons featured on page 2.

1979 prices for the Super Axe and Atkins Axe were $950 and $795 respectively.

1979 Gretsch guitar catalog page 2, the Gretsch White Falcon, Super Axe and Atkins Axe

Gretsch guitars 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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