In a new video, the fine folks at UK’s Andertons Music address stereotypes and answer the question, “Can Gretsch guitars do that?” With three extremely talented players on hand, Mick Taylor, Pete Honoré, and Rabea Massaad break down the preconceived notions of what a Gretsch guitar is capable of by rocking outside of the box
On a mission to break the rockabilly stereotype, Andertons Music Chappers and the Captain, aka Rob Chapman and Lee Anderton, kick off the Gretsch Streamliner demo below with a wicked jam session. As the Captain explained, it was driven by his goal of getting the “dirtiest, nastiest sound out of the guitar possible.” In addition
During the 2014 NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif., earlier this year, Andertons Music stopped by the Gretsch Showcase to check out some of the new products. Not only did they run through the offerings from the Gretsch's Roots Collection, but they also checked out an Electromatic Pro Jet with Bigsby in a stunning Silver Sparkle finish.