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Gretsch G5438 Pro Jet

Product Code: Gretsch G5438 Pro Jet
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Price: $399.99 Price in reward points: 8000

The Gretsch G5438 Pro Jet is a solidbody electric guitar for the unconventional guitarist. If you march to your own drummer, you don't want to be seen (and heard) with the same axe everyone else plays. Enter the distinctively different G5438 Pro Jet. Gretsch started with a chambered basswood body and maple top, then loaded in two "Blacktop" Filter'Tron pickups, for great gobs of glassy grunt. With comfy playability, affordability, and unique sonics and visuals in its corner, the Gretsch G5438 Pro Jet is a contender for your next guitar.

If you're a recording guitarist, you've probably got more than one guitar - and you treasure each one for its unique tonality and playing feel. Consider this: the Gretsch Pro Jet - with its chambered body - has a sound and feel all its own. Twin Filter'Tron pickups deliver a glassy chime that you'd be hard pressed to duplicate with any other guitar - and when pushed, they churn out a guttural grind that's tailor-made for causing your amp some serious pain. Regardless of your musical genre, you need the Gretsch G5438 Pro Jet in your sonic palette.

Hey, you don't want to sound and look like everyone else, do you? Then you certainly don't want to play the same guitars! The Gretsch G5438 Pro Jet is an axe for the iconoclast; the musician who isn't afraid to think outside the box. Fact: if you venture onstage with a G5438 Pro Jet, you're not going to be mistaken for the guitarist in the act that took the stage the night before. With its vintage-y quirky-cool visuals this Pro Jet announces to your fans that they're about to hear something off the beaten path. (Once you've set the expectations, of course, now it's up to you to deliver!)

The Gretsch G5438 Pro Jet electric guitar is a proud part of Gretsch's legacy in American music. Everyone knows Gretsch electric guitars and drums, but did you know that got their start in 1883 as a banjo company? It wasn't long before Gretsch was making mandolins, ukuleles, and eventually flat-top guitars, contributing to the very roots of American music. So when you pick up a Gretsch guitar, you're holding more than a great axe, you're holding a piece of American music history.

 

  • Single cutaway basswood body; arched 3-ply maple top; maple neck
  • 12" radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and pearloid hump-block inlays
  • 24.6" scale; 1.6875" nut width
  • Synthetic bone nut; Jet style headstock; 1.875" body depth; Standard Truss Rod
  • "Blacktop" Filter'Tron Bridge Pickup; "Blacktop" Filter'Tron Neck Pickup
  • Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle; "G" Arrow control knobs
  • Chrome hardware; anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge; enclosed die-cast tuning machines

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