Gretsch is known mostly for their hollow-bodied guitars with vintage rock and roll styling and tone. Most of their catalog is made up of guitars with 1950s and 1960s reminiscent looks and sound. G6136T White Falcon is a single-cut guitar with fully hollow construction. It is made completely of laminated maple. Laminated wood allows the tone to reverberate better and gain more power. Top panel of this white-clad six-stringer is arched, bound in golden binding. Also, it features two "f" holes and an elevated pickguard. Bridge section on this Falcon is made up of adjust-o-matic bridge, Bigsby vibrato and trapezoid tailpiece. Filtertron humbuckers are installed in the front. Three-piece maple neck is set in and topped with a 22-fret fingerboard made of ebony.
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Gretsch Guitars G6136T White Falcon 4.53 out of 5 based on 54 ratings
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