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|Original "dark cherry" walnut
|Single cut hollow body with a maple top, back, and sides.
|1st fret 0.88" - 11th fret 0.97"
|Two piece set in maple neck with bound rosewood finger board and pearloid thumbnail inlays. The headstock has a serial number from 1960, but has a "zero fret" which correlates with a 1962 dating.
|Orignal hi-lo tron pickups with 1 3-way pickup selector / 1 3-way tone selector / 1 master volume knob / 2 volume knobs for each pickup / 1 3-way kill switch
|neck 3.22k ohms - bridge 2.95k ohms
|Original except for pickup rings and bridge
|-The pickguard appears to be original, but was stripped and painted white underneath at some point
-The bridge appears to be a vintage Gretsch bridge, but non original.
-Vintage Gretsch pickup rings, but non original. There are secondary drill holes under the rings.
-A section of binding has been re-glued to the neck.
|Original hardshell case
|This guitar is in good condition for it's age. Moderate play wear throughout the body and neck. Dings and scratches throughout. The binding is cracked and crumbling. There is finish chipping off the back of the neck towards the headstock.
|This guitar plays well with slight neck relief and low action. Frets are narrow, medium heigh with signs of play wear.