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Gretsch Super Chet 7690, Country Gentleman 7670 and Nashville 7660

1979 "That Great Gretsch Sound" guitar and bass catalog page 3

Page 4 - details of three semi-acoustic Gretsch guitars, the the Gretsch Super Chet 7690, Country Gentleman 7670 and Nashville 7660.

It was 1979 that Gretsch and Chet Atkins parted company, with his endorsement going to Gibson Chet took the name Country Gentleman with him, and the Gretsch instrument was renamed. This catalogue must have been printed around about the this time, as there is no explicit reference to Chet Atkins, though some instruments (like the Super Chet) still use his name, and the Country Gent and Nashville pictured, both have his signature on their scratchplates.

1979 US prices for these guitars are as follows: Super Chet $1175, Country Gentleman $1050 and Nashville $850.

1979 Gretsch guitar catalog page 3 - Super Chet, Country Gentleman and Nashville

Gretsch Super Chet, Country Gentleman and Nashville for sale

1963 Gretsch Country Gentleman

LOVELAND, OHIO, 45140, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

C $12781

1963 Gretsch Country Gentleman, Just Like “George Harrison’s” Beautiful Dark Walnut Finish, Gold hardware, Two original Filtertrons, dual flip-up mutes with Red felt, Stair step Grover imperial tuners, Nice wide neck, Bound Ebony fingerboard, Great low action, Hang tags with case candy, Very Good condition, Clean Original hard case A former owner tagged the Bigsby and heel cap with his name & numbers... more

1958 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman Gretsch Guitar

LOVELOCK, NEVADA, 89419, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$12000

1958 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman Gretsch Guitar in good condition Has a hairline crack on the headstock but does not affect the playing. Two tuners have been replaced... more

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