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Gretsch Guitars G5420T Electromatic Single Cut Hollowbody Electric Guitar
In stock at Guitar Center
on 3-24-2018.
Product Description
No nonsense, Electromatic hollow-body guitars are the perfect real, pure and powerful Gretsch instruments. They’re your next-step Gretsch—bold, dynamic and articulate, and crafted with essential Gretsch sound, style and playability.

Alive and resonant, the G5420TG has fully hollow build with a true Filter’Tron voice that explodes with huge punch and clear, strong presence. Like all Electromatic guitars, it delivers the fearless and electrifying authenticity that has set Gretsch apart as the quintessential rock ‘n’ roll guitars from the very beginning. It’s the sound of honor itself—play proud.

Premium features include:
* Dual “Black Top” Filter’tron humbucking pickups
* Gold hardware
* Versatile upgraded controls including master volume treble-bleed circuit
* Oversized bound F holes and aged multi-ply body binding
* Smaller late-’50s G6120 bound headstock
* Graph Tech NuBone nut
* Pearloid Neo-Classic “thumbnail” fingerboard inlays
* Bigsby B60 vibrato tailpiece
Reviews From Buyers
I bought this guitar. I am ashamed as a professional musician with over 30 years of playing experience , whom has managed Music Stores selling high-end and vintage guitars , A Certified FENDER Technician who has worked at Guitar Center spent almost $1000.00 (with case- just HAD to have the "cool" case) on an absolute piece of garbage . Let me Qualify if this review will be of benefit to you - I am not a "guitar snob" I simply know where and what to look for in a PROFESSIONAL Instrument . This IS NOT one in my opinion. I would not consider gigging with this guitar. That Said, I will add this: IF you think "Epiphone" (pick most any model) is a suitable, fun and affordable guitar that meets your needs you will disagree with my opinion - but you'll also like this guitar. We now live in a world where bright and shiny are more related to peoples reviews and opinions about guitars than the actual quality. "It is what it is" sums up this overpriced purchase. The guitar is stunning in photographs and in the store it attracts attention like a Cadillac . I made my mistake this way. A few honest and real issues those of you who are on the fence might like to know before you buy ; 1). the hardware (all of it) is terrible quality, it has the feel of plastic painted gold (and in many cases is) Beware of thinking because it looks vintage-it must be like vintage - perfect example are the tuners on the guitar. At first glance attractive "Waverly" looking gears - "pot" metal absolutely useless. The bridge is the same way, it rattles and sounds terrible it also feels incredibly cheap. The "tusk"(ish) nut doesn't fit all the way across the neck, as if no one ever checked the dimensions to see if they even match. These are pre-fabricated parts, the dimensions don't change. Its not a "bad-set-up" , the parts just don't fit. If you keep the guitar you'll want to change all of these parts immediately.
Body shape: Single cutaway
Body type: Hollow body
Body material: Laminated
Top wood: Maple
Body wood: Maple
Body finish: Gloss
Orientation: Right handed
Neck shape: U
Neck wood: Maple
Joint: Set-in
Scale length: 24.6 in.
Truss rod: Standard
Neck finish: Gloss
Material: Rosewood
Radius: 12 in.
Fret size: Medium jumbo
Number of frets: 22
Inlays: Thumbnail
Nut width: 1.69 in. (43 mm)
Configuration: HH
Neck: Blacktop Filter'Tron
Middle: Not applicable
Bridge: Blacktop Filter'Tron
Brand: Gretsch
Active or passive pickups: Passive
Series or parallel: Series
Piezo: No
Active EQ: No
Special electronics: None
Control layout: Volume 1, volume 2, master volume, master tone
Pickup switch: 3-way
Coil tap or split: No
Kill switch: No
Bridge type: Tremolo/Vibrato
Bridge design: Adjusto-matic with rosewood base
Tailpiece: Bigsby B60
Tuning machines: Vintage-style
Color: Gold
Number of strings: 6-string
Special features: Electronics
Case: Sold separately
Accessories: None
Country of origin: South Korea