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1955 Gretsch Country Club, 6193G

One of the most traditional of the Gretsch line, The 1955 Country Club 6193 was the first to sport the cutout G Tailpiece and it was also the first year for the Cadillac Green color. The tone of the DeArmond Dynasonic pickups on this guitar is amazing.

Gretsch 6193 Country Club 1955 Cadillac Green

Gretsch 6193 Country Club 1955 Cadillac Green

Gretsch 6193G Country Club Cadillac Green from 1955

Gretsch Country Club Cadillac Green from 1955

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Early Roland Synth Guitar | I got used to these guitars way … | Flickr

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Wow, great axe!

Les Paul was known to always tinker and experiment with the electronics on his guitars. This Gibson Les Paul Recording Guitar shows a more elaborate electronics system than the standard Les Paul.