| String Configuration: || 6 String || Dexterity: || Right-Handed |
| Brand: || Gretsch || Model: || Silver Jet-1957 6129-57 |
| MPN: || Does Not Apply || Body Type: || Semi-Hollow |
| UPC: || Does not apply |
DescriptionCondition : UsedThere are very small scratch and dent on the guitar, but not noticeable much.
There are more than 80% fret left, and no neck problem.
Truss rod is functional well.
There are some somber in metal parts.
All the maintenance is done by technical staff.
The tailpiece is retrofitted with Bigsby, equipped with a mirror pick guard, replaced with a nut, replaced with a switch knob, has become a lock pin which changed the position of the top and bottom holes of the strap pin.
Play condition is excellent.【SPEC】Year of manufacture: 2000Pickup: PassivePickup configuration: 2SNumber of frets: 22 fretsNeck scale: MediumWeight: 3.75 kgBody Material: Maple Top / Mahogany BackTremolo: OtherFingerboard: RosewoodNeck Joint: Set NeckNeck material: mahoganySerial number: 002129-1760Accessories: Hard case, lock pin fittings※ Gretsch items can be offered from us.
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