Like the original G6120, the Brian Setzer Signature has a body made of 3-ply laminated maple, which in this case is finished with a distinctive Blue Harbor gloss lacquer.
Gretsch’s patented 1959 trestle bracing reduces the chance of feedback, even at a high volume.
The guitar’s maple neck has a sizeable scale length of 24.6 inches and is fitted with an ebony fingerboard with 22 frets and characteristic thumbnail position markers.
Two TV Jones Humbuckers take care of your sound and an original Bigsby tremolo bridge is the icing on the cake.
This Blue Harbor 2-Tone beauty has been modelled after the modified Gretsch G6120 of Brian Setzer, rockabilly legend and leader of the Stray Cats and the Brian Setzer Orchestra.
The guitar’s tone controls have been simplified, the pickups have been replaced by two feisty TV Jones Humbuckers, and your instrument stays nicely tuned when you use the Bigsby tremolo intensively.
In short, the G6120SH STZR is a real Hot Rod rock machine that’s built for speed. It combines classic looks with modern playing comfort, and the Harbor Blue 2Tone finish really brings out the grain of the maple top.
Numero tasti 22
Tipo di ponte tunomatic + vibrato
Configurazione pickup HH
Tipo di pickup humbucker (passivo)
Fissaggio del manico incollato (set neck)
Tipo di legno fondo acero
Legno della tastiera ebano
Tipo di legno tavola acero
Tipo di legno fasce acero
Custodia rigida inclusa sì
Paese di produzione Giappone
Scala chitarra 24,6” (625 mm)