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 craftsmen in the Gretsch Custom Shop have taken yet another step towards making the most historically accurate Gretsch guitars they can. After almost a year of research, development and production, new White Penguin and White Falcon guitars coming out of the Custom Shop will feature redesigned vintage correct Cadillac G tailpieces. Gretsch
Steve Hunter has truly left his stamp on some of the most beloved rock and roll tracks of the 1970s and beyond. Not only did Hunter play on five Alice Cooper albums, but he also performed on Peter Gabriel’s debut solo album that included the classic “Solsbury Hill” and was featured on two of Lou
Credit Gretsch Master Builder Stephen Stern and renowned SoCal hot rod artist Sara Ray for teaming up to create another gem of a guitar from the Gretsch Custom Shop. The ’59 Duo-Jet that is headed to U.K. resident Steve Isaacs features a 130th Anniversary logo on a larger headstock and an amazing graphic from Ray.
Premier Guitar recently caught up with Doug "Red" Redler, otherwise known as longtime tech for the Black Crowes' Rich Robinson, to run through the gear Robinson is using on the band's latest tour. While looking at Robinson's guitars, Redler pulled out several Gretsch gems, including a Japanese-made Black Falcon and a Streamliner (see photo above)