Tone Amplified!

With its deluxe appointments and Fishman® Nashville pickup, the Bobtail Square-Neck stands out in the mix in multiple ways. The vital feature of all Gretsch resonator guitars is the Grestch Ampli-Sonic™ diaphragm (resonator cone), which is hand-spun in Eastern Europe from nearly 99 percent pure aluminium, yielding an impressive quality and volume of tone.

SPECIFICATIONS Neck
  • Fingerboard Material Padauk
  • Headstock 1930's Gretsch® 3x3
  • Neck Finish Vintage Semi-Gloss
  • Neck Material Mahogany
  • Neck Shape Squareneck
  • Number of Frets 19 (12 to Body)
  • Nut Material Bone
  • Nut Width 2" (50.8 mm)
  • Position Inlays White Dot
  • String Nut Bone
Body
  • Body Laminated Mahogany
  • Body Finish Vintage Semi-Gloss
  • Body Material Laminated Mahogany
  • Body Shape Resonator
  • Body Style Gretsch® Resonator Guitars
  • Bracing Internal Sound-Well
  • Cutaway Non Cutaway
  • Sound Hole F-Holes
Hardware
  • Bridge Spider - Fishman® Nashville
  • Bridge Cover/Tailpiece Weathered Trapeze Tailpiece
  • Hardware Finish Chrome
  • Pickguard None
  • Strap Buttons End-Pin Output Jack
  • Strings D'Addario® EJ42 Phosphor Bronze, (.016-.056 Gauges)
  • Tuning Machines Grover® Sta-Tite™
Electronics
  • Controls NA
  • Special Electronics Fishman® Nashville Series Resophonic Pickup

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • G9230 Bobtail Square-Neck A.E. Mahogany Body Spider Cone Resonator Guitar with Fishman Nashville Resonator Pickup
Finish
  • 2 Color Sunburst
Categories
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String

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