About Gretsch Guitars
Gretsch Guitars are known for their classic style and flair with solid body guitars, semi-hollow body guitars and full hollow-body guitars comprising the range Gretsch has to offer. The main series of Gretsch Guitars we offer at Haworth Guitars consists of the Gretsch Electromatic Guitars, Gretsch Streamliner Guitars, Gretsch Acoustic Guitars, Gretsch Roots Guitars, and Ukuleles as well as the Gretsch Professional or Player Series Guitars.
Gretsch Streamliner Guitar
The Gretsch Streamliner Guitar Range offers quality Gretsch craftsmanship at a price-point that won't break the bank. The Streamliner guitar range has that iconic Gretsch style and flavor but with a few modern appointments and additions making it an impressive series in the Gretsch line-up.
Popular models in the Gretsch Streamliner Guitar Range include the G2420 Hollowbody and G2420T Hollowbody with Bigsby Tremolo. Must see semi-hollow body models in the Streamliner range include the Gretsch G2622 and G2622T Center Block Guitars as well as the G2655 and G2655T Streamliner Center Block Jr Guitars. Honorable mentions go to the unique G2420T with the P90 neck pickup, G2655TG with P90 bridge pickup and the G2622TG with P90 pickups in both neck and bridge positions.
Gretsch Electromatic Guitar
The Gretsch Electromatic Guitar Series takes things up a notch with impressive hardware, timber, and finishing across the range. The Gretsch Electromatic Range consists of hollow-body, semi-hollow body, solid body, and bass models.
Semi-Hollowbody guitars which are hot in the Gretsch Electromatic Range include the Gretsch G5622T Center Block Guitar and the smaller-bodied G5655TG Electromatic Center Block Jr Guitar with Bigsby.
Hollow-body Electromatic Guitars which turn heads include the Gretsch G5420T Single-cut Hollowbody Guitar with Bigsby, G5420TG guitar with Gold Hardware and the G5422TG Limited Edition Double-cut with Bigsby and Gold Hardware.
Other Gretsch hollow-body guitars to check out in the Electromatic range include the Tim Armstrong G5191BK Hollow-body Guitar, the Gretsch G100BKCE Synchromatic Archtop Guitar, the Gretsch G5442BDC Short-Scale Bass Guitar and the G5440LSB Long-Scale Bass Guitar.
Solid-body Electromatic Gretsch guitars in the range include the Gretsch G5232T Electromatic Double Jet Guitar with Bigsby, the Gretsch G5220 Jet BT with V-stoptail, the G5230T Jet FT with Bigsby and the left-handed G5230LH Jet FT Single-cut. For the bassists, the Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet Bass II is a comfortable bass which packs a punch!
Other solid-body models in the Gretsch Electromatic guitar range include the G5425 Jet Club Guitar and the G5265 Jet Baritone Guitar as well as the unique G5700 Gretsch Lap Steel Guitar.
Gretsch Players Edition Guitar
The Gretsch Players Edition or Professional Guitar Series are built with the finest craftsmanship Gretsch has to offer with only the highest quality timber and hardware used on the models in this range.
Some of our favourite hollow and semi-hollow body Gretsch Player Series Guitars include the Gretsch G6120T-BSSMK Brian Setzer Signature ’59 Smoke Guitar, the Gretsch G6119T Tennessee Rose Guitar, the G6120T-59 Vintage Select Chet Atkins Guitar, the Gretsch G6609TG Broadkaster Guitar, the Gretsch G6122 Country Gentleman Guitar, the Gretsch G6196T Country Club Guitar and of course the Gretsch G6136T Vintage Select White Falcon Guitar.
Some of our most-wanted solid-body Gretsch Players Edition Guitars include the Gretsch G6128T-57 Vintage Select ’57 Duo Jet Guitar and the Gretsch G6131T Jet FT with Bigsby.
Gretsch White/Black Falcon
At Haworth’s, we believe that this particular guitar needs it’s own write up due to its strong reputation in the electric guitar space.
The Gretsch White/Black Falcon is an industry icon with its impressive white hollow-body, sparkling gold binding, gold hardware, and finer appointments. The Gretsch White Falcon guitar is played by a range of professional guitarists including fellow Aussie Chris Cheney of The Living End. The White Falcon is also a staff favorite here at Haworth Guitars and we have helped to marry many a customer with this exquisite guitar by Gretsch.
Gretsch Acoustic Guitars
The range of Gretsch Acoustic Guitars covers several body-shapes and styles suitable to a vast range of guitar players. One thing you’ll notice about the range of Gretsch Acoustic Guitars which makes them iconic is the traditional Gretsch triangular soundhole design. It is this feature along with the Gretsch traditional strap pins, iconic headstock/bridge designs and that classic Gretsch headstock that make these guitars uniquely Gretsch.
In the smaller body-size, we have the Gretsch G5021E Rancher which is ideal for fingerpicking and for smaller-sized guitarists with it’s a smaller size and lighter feel. In the dreadnought range, we have the Gretsch G5024E Rancher, the Gretsch G5031FT Rancher, and the Gretsch G5034TFT Guitar, the latter of which is more of a hybrid between an acoustic and electric guitar with Bigsby tremolo and the humbucker neck pickup.
In the jumbo body-size, we have the Gretsch G5022CWFE Falcon Guitar, the G5022CWFE-12 12-string Falcon Guitar and the G5022CE Rancher Jumbo Guitar with special mention to the G5013CE Rancher Jr Guitar.
The Gretsch Roots Ukulele Range speaks quality with a great range of Gretsch ukes ranging from soprano and concert sizes to tenor size. The Gretsch G9100 Soprano Uke and G9110 Concert Uke are some of the most popular ukulele models in the Gretsch range with G9120 and G9121 Tenor Uke proving to be a great choice in the tenor ukulele range. Special mention goes to the Gretsch G9112 Resonator Uke and the unique Gretsch G9126 Guitar-Ukulele model with 6-strings.
Gretsch Resonator Guitar
Gretsch is well known for their resonator guitars and the quality feel and tone that coincide with the Gretsch name. The Gretsch G9200 Boxcar Round-neck Resonator Guitar is one of the most popular resonator models with the G9210 Boxcar Square-Neck Resonator available for square-neck players.
The Gretsch G9220 Bobtail Round-Neck Resonator Guitar is another key model in the range along with the G9241 Alligator Biscuit Resonator and the G9201 Honey Dipper Resonator Guitar.
And concludes our brief run-down on Gretsch Guitars here at Haworth Guitars. With such a broad range of Guitar Guitars on the market we couldn’t include everything but instead went for a highlight-reel sort of summary. For more information on Gretsch Guitars contact our friendly team at Haworth Guitars today!