1998 Gretsch 6119 Tennessee Rose Pre Fender

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One of the most recognizable guitars of ’60s, the Gretsch 6119 Tennessee Rose features dual HiloTron adjustable pickups, feedback resistant laminated Maple top, bound thinline body with bound f-holes, Rosewood fretboard, chrome hardware, neoclassic position markers, and Gretsch Bigsby vibrato.

This example is serial number 8910119-139 just 139 guitars into the very first year of the newly reformed Gretsch company prior to the takeover by the corporate giants Fender Musical Instruments, the guitar is in perfcet shape, hardly played & complete with original hard shell case.

  • Three piece rock-maple neck
  • Rosewood ebony-stained fingerboard
  • 25 1/2″ scale, joined at 14th fret
  • Bound fingerboard
  • Neoclassic position markers
  • Black headpiece, pearl inlaid
  • 16″ side, 2 1/2″ deep body
  • Laminated maple construction
  • Bound body
  • open bound F holes
  • Single cutaway
  • Dual high-sensitivity FilterTron™ adjustable pickups
  • Tone switch
  • Volume control for each pickup
  • Master volume control
  • Chrome hardware
  • Solid brass control knobs, chromeplated
  • Gretsch tuners
  • Gretsch Bigsby vibrato tailpiece
  • Burgundy stain finish, hand polished
  • Gretsch hardshell case