Gretsch Guitars G5426 Electromatic Jet Club Electric Guitar – Silver

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Description

Electromatic Jet Club models feature arched maple tops with chambered basswood bodies and bolt-on maple necks with rosewood fingerboards.
The G5425 Jet Club has a single-cutaway chambered basswood body with an arched maple top that resonates true to That Great Gretsch Sound, with a two-tone body color scheme (Black or Silver top with Walnut-stained back and sides). Features include Gretsch dual-coil humbucking pickups that ensure luscious tone, 22 medium jumbo frets, anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge and stop tailpiece that ensure vibrant sustain, Neo-Classic thumbnail fingerboard inlays, G arrow knobs and white pearloid Gretsch-logo pickguard.

Body
Body Material: Chambered Basswood Body with Arched Laminated Maple Top
Body Shape: Jet
Body Back: Basswood-Chambered
Body Top: Arched Laminated Maple
Body Finish: Gloss Polyester, Gloss Polyester, Gloss Polyester
Body Depth: 1.875″ (48 mm)

Neck
Number of Frets: 22
Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
Position Inlays: Neo-Classic “Thumbnail”
Fingerboard Radius: 12″ (305 mm)
Fretboard: Rosewood
Neck Material: Maple
Nut Width: 1.6875″ (42.8 mm)
Scale Length: 24.6″ (625 mm)
Headstock: Jet Style
Truss Rods: Standard

Electronics
Pickup Configuration: HH
Bridge Pickup: Gretsch Dual-Coil Humbucking
Neck Pickup: Gretsch Dual-Coil Humbucking
Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone

Hardware
Bridge: Anchored Adjusto-Matic
Tuning Machines: Die-Cast
String Nut: Synthetic Bone
Switch Tips: Black

Miscellaneous
Strings: D’Addario XL110 Regular Light, NPS (.010-.046 Gauges)
Unique Features: Two-Tone Body Color Scheme, Gretsch Dual-Coil Humbucking Pickups, Bolt-On Neck

Accessories
Control Knobs: G-Arrow

Brand

Gretsch

Gretsch is an American company that manufactures musical instruments. The company was founded in 1883 in Brooklyn, New York by Friedrich Gretsch, a 27-year-old German immigrant, shortly after his arrival to the United States. Friedrich Gretsch manufactured banjos, tambourines, and drums until his death in 1895.

In 1916, his son, Fred Gretsch Sr. moved operations to a larger facility where Gretsch went on to become a prominent manufacturer of American musical instruments.

Most modern-era Gretsch guitars are manufactured in the Far East, though American-made “Custom Shop” models are available. In 2002, Gretsch entered a business agreement with Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC). Under the terms of that agreement Fred W. Gretsch would retain ownership while FMIC would handle most of the development, distribution and sales.

Through the years, Gretsch has manufactured a wide range of instruments, though they currently focus on electric, acoustic and resonator guitars, basses, ukuleles, and drums.

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