There is admittedly an endless amount of eye candy all across the 2015 NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif., this week, but let's be real ... Gretsch guitars are gorgeous! Here are 5 Gretsch guitars to drool over ... Gretsch Custom Shop Bayou Roundup Built by Master Builder Steve Stern, this Custom Shop axe is truly
The Killers touring guitarist Ted Sablay sat down with Gretsch to discuss how he got into playing guitar and what led him to Gretsch.
Join some of the world's greatest Gretsch guitarists for a fascinating look at Gretsch guitars—their dazzling style, fantastic tone, colorful history and more. "The History and Magic of Gretsch Guitars" features artists including Duane Eddy, the Cult's Billy Duffy, Jim "Reverend Horton Heat" Heath, Collective Soul's Ed Roland, Brian Setzer, Billy Zoom and others, and
Fifty years ago, on Feb. 9, 1964, the Beatles made their U.S. television debut appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. With George Harrison rocking a Gretsch Duo Jet that night, business skyrocketed for Gretsch guitars. President and CEO Fred Gretsch recently spoke with Parade about how Beatlemania transformed his family-owned company. “Overnight, thousands of garage bands
Reverend Horton Heat has a new album coming out on Jan. 21 that is appropriately titled Rev, and Guitar World recently offered fans a behind-the-scened look at what's to come. The music mag went into the studio with bassist Jimbo Wallace and Jim "The Rev" Heath, and the duo discussed the recording process and their
Check out one of the new Gretsch Hot Rod Walt guitars receiving its custom pinstripe paint job. A limited run of these guitars are shipping out now to dealers worldwide. Get 'em while you can!
Fall Out Boy is back and better than ever in 2013, and so is singer/guitarist Patrick Stump’s signature Gretsch guitar model, the G5135CVT-PS Stump-O-Matic Patrick Vaughn Stump Signature Electromatic® CVT, as seen (and heard) below. In this video clip, Stump himself gives you a guided tour of the guitar, which now features a white finish
What’s the deal with the zero fret found on some Gretsch guitars? What is it, why is it there and what does it do? A “zero fret” is an extra fret located directly in front of the nut. You don’t often see them these days, although they were once fairly commonplace. Regarded today
Allen Stone recently visited with the Gretsch crew and offered a soulful performance of “Unaware,” a track off his eponymous self-released 2011 album.