Available in two different body sizes.
As part of the new Streamliner range, Gretsch have introduced two new hollow body models loaded with P90 pickups and kitted out in eye-catching finishes.
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First unleashed in the lead up to NAMM back in January, the new guitars are available in two different sizes – the big-bodied G2622, and the smaller-sized G2655 – with a range of Bigsby-fitted and stoptail bridge variants available.
Kicking off with the big boys, the Gretsch G2622 features a mahogany neck with 12″ radius laurel fretboard joined to a chambered mahogany body with a chambered spruce centre block, increasing sustain and helping to minimise pesky feedback.
Enlarged F-holes add a nice aesthetic touch, while a pair of Fideli’Sonic P90 pickups are wired to neck and bridge volume, master tone and master volume control knobs, while a three-way toggle switch allows you to select between pickup positions.
The B70 Bigsby-equipped G2622 P90 model is available in either Brownstone, Gunmetal or Forge Glow finishes, while the stoptail version can be picked up in Havana Burst or Claret Burst.
For something a little more compact, the Gretsch G2655 offers players with a 14″ chambered mahogany body and a spruce centre block, while a mahogany neck with laurel fretboard completes the bill.
Again, this one is adorned with oversized F-holes and a pair of Fideli’Sonic P90 pickups, and features a similar control setup to its larger brethren.
Bigsby fans can pick up a G2655 in Two-Tone Midnight Sapphire and Vintage Mahogany Stain, Two-Tone Mint Metallic and Vintage Mahogany Stain or Two-Tone Sahara Metallic and Vintage Mahogany Stain, while Brownstone or Claret Burst finishes are available on the stoptail models.
Check out all new models over at Gretsch Guitars.