Gretsch Masterbuilt G6130 1955 Roundup – NOS
Tonal EvaluationGiddy-up, cowpokes! This Masterbuilt Gretsch is ostentatious-looking, but it has the tone to back it up. In general, this serial has tight bass response and lots of shimmering overtones in the high register. The neck pickup adds some woody low-mids into the mix along with plenty of upper-midrange sparkle, and the bridge pickup is punchy with vintage-sounding trebles that can be sweet and lush or hot and sizzling depending on how hard you pick. This responsive high-end makes this guitar great for country players (pedal steel-style licks sound great on it), but players of every genre will enjoy this Gretsch for its clarity, crispness, and touch-sensitivity.
|Model||Masterbuilt 1955 Roundup NOS|
|Finish Color||Transparent Dark Western Stain|
|Master Builder||Stephen Stern|
|Top Wood||Knotty Pine|
|Body Wood||Mahogany with Embossed Leather Trim|
|Neck Shape||Fat "C"|
|Neck Dimensions||.870 1st - .990 9th|
|Fingerboard Inlays||Pearloid Engraved Block|
|Controls||Master Vol, Neck Vol, Bridge Vol, Tone, P/U Selector Switch|
|Case||Deluxe Blonde with Brown Leather Trim|
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