Vintage Guitar magazine's October issue takes a close look at the Gretsch G5622T-CB Electromatic® Center Block with Bigsby®, coming right out of the gates with high praise for its bang for the buck. "Enamored with the Cadillac of guitars, can't quite spring for a Coupe deVille, and don't want to get stuck with an econobox?
The new Gretsch Streamliner Collection offers a brave new sound at an affordable price. Available in Center Block Jr., Center Block and Hollow Body models, the new Streamliner collection was designed for powerful sound and versatile playability with spectacular vintage Gretsch style. The secret to the Streamliner’s bold sound is a new offering from Gretsch—the
For the September issue of Guitarist, there is a feature on some of the new Gretsch Center Block guitars. As such, the music magazine held a photo shoot with model Kimberley Holladay. Photographer Philip Sowels had Holladay pose in various outfits with several of the new models, including the single- and double-cutaway Center Block Falcons.
Gretsch G6137TCB Panther Center-Block The coolest new guitars on the block are Gretsch’s new “center-block” models. Each distinctively designed instrument boasts “That Great Gretsch Sound” with a solid new sonic advantage in the form of a special spruce center-block design. These new Gretsch guitars include the G6137TCB Panther Center-Block (pictured), and the G6139CB Falcon™ Center-Block Single-Cutaway and G6139T-CBDC Falcon Center-Block Double Cutaway models, with more to come. All are distinguished by classic pickups and special “thinline”-style bodies (1 ¾” deep, which is unusually thin for a Gretsch hollow-body guitar).