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The Gretsch Penguin is one of the rarest Gretsch models of all time. With production beginning in 1955, it is believed that fewer than 100 were made before discontinued in 1964. Original features include a Duo-Jet body shape and Falcon peghead, pearl humptop inlays, and a roller space control bridge. It has truly has become a rare and covetable guitar.
Master builder Stephen Stern has tirelessly recreated the vintage specs of the original 1955 Penguin, and aged it to appear as it would today. The body features finish checking and light age marks, the gold hardware appears to have been used for years, and the peghead veneer has not discolored as would be seen on an actual '55. This Penguin not only looks great, but plays and sounds fantastic as well!
The Gibson Classic Strap provides the utmost in comfrot and durability. Made of top quality, die-cut saddle leather with a suede backing, this strap will only improve with age. Simple,...
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NYXL1149 is designed with larger gauges for players who prefer moderate flexibility and a full, beefy tone.D'Addario NYXL guitar strings will bend farther, sing louder, and stay in tune better...
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