GRETSCH | CATALOGS | 1979 THAT GREAT GRETSCH SOUND | PAGE 4

Gretsch Tennessean 7655, Committee 7628, Committee bass 7629

1979 "That Great Gretsch Sound" guitar and bass catalog page 4

Page 5 - details of one old favourite, the Gretsch Tennessean 7655, and two newer models, making their catalog debut, the Committee 7628 and Committee bass 7629. The Committee guitars were quite unlike almost any Gretsch model before them; they had solid walnut bodies with a maple/walnut neck-through construction, and clear finish.

The 1979 US price for these instruments were as follows: Tennessean $750, Committee guitar $525, Committee bass $525

1979 Gretsch guitar catalog page 4 - details of the Gretsch Tennessean, Committee and Committee bass

Gretsch Tennessean, Committee and Committee bass for sale

1959 Gretsch 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, 98155, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$2100

This is a Gretsch 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean top wood fret board beautiful guitar plays well light surface scratches it has an added trap door on the back upper bout a removed switch on the front upper bout and staytight replacement tuners, Comes with original case... more

Vintage 1979 Gretsch Committee 7628 Natural Electric Guitar in OHSC

HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS, 71913, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$1095

* P A W N S H O P * G U I T A R S * Serving The World With Quality Vintage and Used Gear!- Up for sale is a Vintage 1979 Gretsch Committee 7628 Natural Electric Guitar in Original Hard Case- nice out of production piece- weighs 8 2 lbs- maple, & Mahog- Nice playing & Sounding guitar, nice in flawless working condition- action is fantasticly fast, smooth action & playability, great working, Dimarzio pickup upgrade done in early 80's with a Super Distortion 2 in the bridge, & a PAF 1 in the neck!-... more

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