The Gretsch G5222 Electromatic® Double Jet™ and G5655T Electromatic Center Block Jr. Single-Cut each nabbed a slot on Guitarist magazine’s list of best guitars for under $1,000. “There’s never been a better time to buy a guitar under a grand and there are some absolute belters to be had,” wrote Guitarist in their September issue.
Photo by Suzie Caplan The Stray Cats are back with their first album in 26 years, 40, and Guitarist magazine’s Ed Mitchell caught up with the legendary Brian Setzer in the August issue to talk about the gear used on the latest record and his longstanding relationship with Gretsch. “[On 40], I used my mainstays,”
The Gretsch G5655TG Electromatic Center Block Jr. nabbed a rave write up in Guitarist magazine's May issue, with reviewer Ed Mitchell applauding the model’s craftsmanship. ““The G5655TG is proof that Gretsch absolutely owns build and finish quality in the sub-grand guitar market," wrote Mitchell. "This is flawless. We’ll go as far as saying it’s getting
The Gretsch G2420T-P90 Limited Edition Streamliner™ Hollow Body with Bigsby® and G2655TG-P90 Limited Edition Streamliner Center Block Jr. both gained a new fan and a rave review from Guitarist magazine’s Dave Burrluck in the November issue. Unlike other Streamliners in the line, these limited edition offerings pack a unique pickup combination of a Broad’Tron and
The Gretsch G6228FM Players Edition Jet BT and G6131T Players Edition Jet FT grace the pages of Guitarist magazine’s September issue with rave reviews of the modern spin on vintage specs for today’s player. “These new Gretsch Players Edition G6228FM BT and G6131T FT Jets promise all the faithful mods we hope to see in
Guitarist magazine recently tested a Gretsch G9220 Roundneck resonator and gave it four out of five stars for playability and affordability. "A resonator has always been the easiest way to bag some classic Delta blues and bluegrass tones; the Bobtail just makes it more affordable," said the magazine. Check the G9220 reso in action below,
Former Pulp guitarist and solo musician Richard Hawley enjoyed an eight-page spread inside the November issue of Guitarist magazine, just in case you missed it. The Gretsch aficionado welcomed the magazine to his studio, where he unveiled his guitar collection. "Guitars for me are synonymous with love," he told Guitarist. "They go hand in hand